Limmy

Limmy

Date of birth: 20-10-1974
Limmy is a Scottish comedian who achieved cult fame online before landing a BBC series Limmy’s Show in 2010, which went on to win two Scottish Baftas over its three series. He has had small roles in a number of TV series, including playing a window cleaner with an unintelligible Glaswegian accent in the IT Crowd episode The Final Countdown, and having a regular slot in the second series of Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe on BBC Two. His first book Daft Wee Stories, was released in 2015.
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Limmy plans a new sketch show

Monthly episodes paid for by fans

Limmy is set to launch a new half-hour sketch comedy show.

The Glaswegian comedian has turned to crowdfunding to finance the monthly episodes, which will be released online.

So far, almost 700 people have signed up, which means he will generate almost £3,000 for each episode of Limmy’s Homemade Show.

Launching the project on Patreon, the comic said he would eventually release each episode on YouTube – but those who pay $2 (£1.54) a month would get them several weeks earlier.

Fans making bigger contributions will be able to access longer edits of the sketch or behind-the-scenes footage.

The comedian, whose real name is Brian Limmond, has previously said he had no plans to return to Limmy's Show, which has aired on BBC Scotland, Netflix and Gold and scooped two Scottish Baftas.

He has recently turned to writing short stories, with his second anthology, That’s Your Lot, released earlier this year.

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Published: 19 Jul 2017

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Book (2015)
Daft Wee Stories

Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2007

Limmy: Limmy's Show


Edinburgh Fringe 2008

Limmy's Show


Edinburgh Fringe 2016

Limmy: Daft Wee Stories


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