Jeff Leach is a true Renaissance man. An award-winning actor, stand-up comedian, writer and broadcaster he has enjoyed global success on stage, film, television and as an online broadcaster. A multi-faceted performer with a ‘no holds barred’ mentality, his television shows have broken boundaries whilst his revealing live stand-up shows have brought belly-laughter to audiences across the world.
Starting his stand-up comedy career only seven years ago, he has already performed national tours throughout the UK & Europe, three critically acclaimed one hour solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and signed a DVD deal with BBC Worldwide’s 2Entertain. In August 2015 he relocated to the US joining the line-up of regulars at the world-famous Comedy Cellar in NYC alongside his comedy heroes and is now booked on both coasts at venues including The Stand, Hollywood Improv, Laugh Factory, Comedy Store, Stand Up NY and New York Comedy Club to name but a few. Also appearing as a regular guest on multiple comedy shows including Race Wars, Legion Of Skanks, YKWD with Bobby Kelly, Burning Bridges with Kevin Brennan, The Artie & Anthony Show, In Hot Water, Shame On, Comedy Cellar Podcast and more shows across Sirius XM, Gas Digital Network and Compound Media. He also hosts his own twice-weekly comedy chat podcast Savage Snowflake Podcast with Jeff Leach on which he has interviewed celebrities such as Seth Green, stand-ups including Esther Ku, Kurt Metzger, and Zainab Johnson and influencers like Matthew Santoro.
“Jeff Leach has a brilliance in the way he writes and performs that at times is relentless” ☆☆☆☆☆ The New Current
Also an immensely talented actor, Jeff can be seen in feature films ‘London Town’ in which he plays warm-hearted punk rocker Ronnie alongside Jonathan Rhys-Meyers’ portrayal of The Clash frontman Joe Strummer. Other films include ‘The Smoke’ and ‘The Dog Wedding’ and television roles on shows such as ‘Hollyoaks’, ‘Whipped’ and ‘Gutpunch’. He has also voiced characters in major video game titles including ‘The Order: 1886’, ‘Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock’ and ‘Total War Warhammer’ as well as voice work on major ad campaigns for NBC Sports, SEGAand Citroen.
“A comedic tour-de-force… never less than hilarious” ☆☆☆☆☆ Three Weeks
An avid gamer and professional broadcaster Jeff hosts three regular weekly live shows on his YouTube Live channel, as well as a live-recorded Savage Snowflake Podcast and uploads weekly edited sketch, IRL and scripted comedy content for his ever-growing audience. As a host, he has fronted awards shows, conferences, game activations and major live events for Ubisoft, Daybreak Games, Twitch Main Stage, Promax Games Awards, Bethesda, BAFTA Game Awards, ReedPop, Esports Arena & Blizzard Entertainment, McCann Erickson, Mulberry, Promax BDA, ICEE Fest, BBC Worldwide, GFT and Game Marketing Summit. Jeff is a team member of pro-Esports org Tempostorm.
“Endearing and heart-warmingly funny, he definitely has a gift for making people laugh” ☆☆☆☆☆ Maidenhead Advertiser
Prior to this Jeff enjoyed success as a tv host of hit shows such as E4’s Big Brother’s Big Mouth and has appeared as a comedy panelist on ITV2’s Fake Reaction, Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff, BBC’s Comic Relief’s Naughty Bits and The Gaby Roslin Show on BBC London. He also hosted and produced his own series Jeff Leach +1 on London Live which saw him dive headfirst into the capital’s alternative nightlife trying his hand at everything from lucha libre to male stripping, glitter wrestling to freestyle rap battling. An experienced music presenter and the face of Virgin Media On Demand he was dubbed “hilarious” by Lady GaGa and “the best interview I’ve ever had” by Taylor Momsen. On the documentary front, Jeff took immersive documentary presenting to a whole new level for Current TV’s Male Hookers Uncovered actually taking on the role of escort himself with a real paying customer and in his authored documentary Confessions of a Sex Addict for BBC3 he foraged through his own promiscuous dating history to unearth the root causes of this often-overlooked addiction.