Alfie Brown

Alfie Brown

Afie Brown's first stage credit was when he was 15 in Harry Hill’s stage show Wild Horses. The son of Dead Ringers star Jan Ravens, she started performing stand-up at the age of 18 in August 2006. He has appeared on BBC2’s The Grumpy Guide to Teenagers.
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Ex-partners trade insults in a new Roast Battle series

Full line-up of Comedy Central's next season revealed

Jessie Cave will trade insults with her former boyfriend Alfie Brown in the next series of Comedy Central’s Roast Battle.

The comedians dated for three years after a one-night stand resulted in Cave getting pregnant,

Their son, Donnie, was born in October 2014, and they went on to have a daughter, Margot in July 2016 but split up when when she was only ten weeks old.

The couple – who speak about each other in their stand-up sets – remain close as they bring up their children.

In an interview earlier this summer Cave – who played Lavender Brown in the Harry Potter movies - said: ‘Splitting up was quite intense... I guess it is still quite intense.’

But she added: ‘Alfie and I have an amazing relationship. It’s not conventional by any stretch, but it works for us.’

The new series of Roast Battle – due to air in October – will also feature real-life couple Sarah Keyworth and Catherine Bohart verbally attacking each other, after partners Bobby Mair and Harriet Kemsley did the same last series.

The other battles in the new series are

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Published: 5 Sep 2018


Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2009

Lunchtime Club

Edinburgh Fringe 2010

Alfie Brown And Ivo Graham

Edinburgh Fringe 2011

Alfie Brown: The Love You Take

Edinburgh Fringe 2012

Alfie Brown: Soul For Sale

Edinburgh Fringe 2013

Alfie Brown: The Revolting Youth

Edinburgh Fringe 2015

Alfie Brown: -ism

Edinburgh Fringe 2016

Alfie Brown: Scissor

Edinburgh Fringe 2017

Alfie Brown: Whatever Works

Edinburgh Fringe 2019

Alfie Brown: Imagination


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