Bobby Mair

Bobby Mair

Bobby Mair started comedy in Toronto, moving to London in July 2011 after winning $10,000 in Bite TV's Stand Up and Bite Me Comedy Competition. He won the Laughing Horse New Act Of The Year competition in 2012.
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Bobby Mair returns to Killer Camp

Second series for American TV

Bobby Mair is to make a second series of horror-themed game show Killer Camp in the US.

In the format, participants are dropped into a 1980s-inspired lakeside summer camp, ‘Camp Pleasant’. However there is a murderer among them and  the contestants must try to earn cash and figure out who the killer is, while avoiding being despatched in a comically extreme way.

The British-based Canadian comedian originally fronted the murder-mystery reality show for ITV2 in 2019.

It was stripped across five nights in the lead-up to Halloween, with Mair playing the camp counsellor as well as host. It was then aired by The CW network in the US last summer.

Now the youth-orientated American broadcaster has announced a second series, with Mair returning in the counsellor role. This time there will be 13 contestants and a $50,000 cash prize - up from the $15,000 offered for the first series.

Those taking part in the second series, again made by UK company Tuesday’s Child, will be a mixture of Americans and Brits, suggesting it may return to ITV2, too.

Here's Mair describing an outrageous death from series one of Killer Camp:

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Published: 9 Mar 2021


Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2013

Bobby Mair: Obviously Adopted

Edinburgh Fringe 2017

Bobby Mair: Loudly Insecure

Edinburgh Fringe 2021

Bobby Mair: Cockroach


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