Addy Van Der Borgh
An Audience With Peter
Angie Le Mar
Anthony J Brown
Adam Buxton is best known as half of the Adam & Joe double act, whose cult Channel 4 series, supposedly shot in their bedsit, ran from 1996 to 2001.
He met Joe Cornish at Londonís Westminster School and developed a friendship based around making short comedy videos, some of which they submitted to Channel 4ís Takeover TV in 1994.
They were subsequently invited to host the programme before being given their own show, which was most famous for its recreation of Hollywood scenes using soft toys.
They won the Royal Television Society Best Newcomers Award in 1998, hosted several specials for Channel 4 and BBC Three and fronted a Saturday lunchtime show on London radio station XFM.
Adamís s biggest solo achievement has been co-writing and starring in the E4/Channel 4 mini-series The Last Chancers, about a fledgling rock band in Brighton.
He also took his character show I, Pavel Ė about a temperamental avant-garde artist - to Edinburgh in 2005.
Show - Edinburgh Fringe 2005 - Sunday 0th Aug, '05-
It's a good thing Adam finds farts funny as even his most insignificant bum bursts would put some comedians with more tv-hours under their belts to shame. Also becoming more than adept at comedy songs. Looks great in a sailor's cap and beard but somehow doesn't look like Captain BirdsEye. His podcast ramblings with Joe Cornish have me in joyous warm laffy-tears.
A natural innovator in comedy and in the media, Buxton's wastepaper bin is probably overflowing with stuff Minchin, Brand or Demetri Martin would consider their best material.
Quite funny, good at characters but needs to make sure he doesn't parody people better than him.
This man along with Joe Cornish are geniuses. Two lads who got together with a video camera and created some classic very funny home made videos. They are an inspiration to the Youtube generation. Check out their podcasts on Xfm to see what they're about. Brilliant stuff!
Adam Buxton: I, Pavel
Edinburgh Fringe 2011
Bug Hosted By Adam Buxton
Edinburgh Fringe 2013
Adam Buxton: Kernel Panic