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Adam Kay is a British comedy writer and performer.
Adam Kay is well known for his television writing credits including Mongrels and Crims.
Kay trained as a doctor, where he started performing in medical school shows in 1998.
Whilst at medical school, he founded the musical comedy group Amateur Transplants and wrote on the BBC Radio 4 series 28 Minutes to Save the NHS.
Kay worked for a number of years as an obstetrician and gynaecologist, writing textbooks on the subject, before leaving medicine for a career in writing. He continues to write humorous medical features for Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Kay is writer and co-creator of 2015 BBC Three sitcom series Crims – along with Grandma’s House writer Dan Swimer. Other television writing credits include Mongrels on BBC Three, Watson and Oliver on BBC Two and Anna and Katy on Channel 4.
Kay has sold out for six years at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival snd has also had sell-out UK Tours. He performs regularly in comedy clubs as well as music festivals.
Kay won Best Musical Variety Act at the 2014 London Cabaret Awards. He regularly performs songs on the Radio 4 series The Now Show.
Nik Hill, Gloucester Rugby Club
Tommy Flisher, Union Street PR
Fiona Rodden, Linking Leaders
HRH Prince William (on the occasion of his brother’s 30th birthday party)
Alastair Richards, British Army
Kieran Kelly, Liverpool Medical Society