An improvisational powerhouse, Jarred Christmas finds the time to pepper his irrepressible joie de vivre with damn fine jokes.
He spills the beans here about his current state of flux between the attraction of live work and the fresh challenges of TV writing.
We also cover the downfalls of trying to play to the Edinburgh critics, Jarred’s own “three Cs” of comedy, and how to cheat your way to success in a live studio sitcom...
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