Nick Doody

Nick Doody

Nick’s Doody’s career as a stand-up comedian got off to a pretty good start: while still a student, Nick supported Bill Hicks on his final tour of the UK, at Bill’s request. A finalist in the 199 So You Think You're Funny new act competition, Nick has gone to be a familiar face on the comedy circuit and as a writer for such shows as BBC4’s Late Edition and Channel 4’s FAQ U, 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Friday Night Live.
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Kirshen & Doody's new Rado 4 show

Stand-ups Nick Doody and Matt Kirshen have landed a four-part series for Radio 4.

The pair are currently writing the scripts for Bigipedia, described as 'a malevolent mix between Google. Microsoft and Wikipedia'.

Kirshen says he finds the 12-hour days preparing for the show gruelling, writing on his Twitter page: 'If I'd worked this hard at uni I wouldn't be in comedy.'

Doody has previously described the series as 'a piss-take of Wikipedia, with all the same inaccuracies, written by nutters'.

The show will be recorded from this week, and go out in late July. It was commissioned from independent production house Pozzitive following a successful pilot last year.

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Published: 1 Jun 2009

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Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2002

Comedy Zone


Edinburgh Fringe 2007

Nick Doody: Hypocrite


Edinburgh Fringe 2008

Nick Doody: Tour of Doody


Edinburgh Fringe 2009

Nick Doody: Schizo


Edinburgh Fringe 2014

Nick Doody vs The Debonair Assassin


Edinburgh Fringe 2015

Nick Doody: T'ai-Po


Edinburgh Fringe 2017

Nick Doody: Interesting Times


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