|Playing age range||35-45|
|Height||5′ 8″ (172 cm)|
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TV & RADIO CREDITS (as a writer and performer)
Big TV – Virgin Media (2019)
Girl Alone (short film) – (2018)
Tonightly – Channel 4 (2008)
Scallywagga – BBC3 (2008)
Meet The Blogs – ITV (2008)
Under The Mud (short film) – (2007)
Its Adam and Shelly – BBC3 (2007)
Comedy Shuffle – BBC3 (2007) – Writer & Performer
How I Won the Capital of Culture – BBC Radio4
Deck Of Friends – BBC Radio – (2005)
Gerald Roberts Radio Show – BBC Radio – (2005)
Loose Ends – BBC Radio – (2004)
Domestic – BBC2 (2002)
AWARDS & NOMINATIONS
Daily Post Arts Award – 2008
North West Breakthrough Comedian Of The Year – 2005
Liverpool Echo Comedian Of The Year – 2003
BBC New Comedy Awards Finalist – 2001
Carter is known as one of the best character comedians on the circuit, with an attention to detail so much so, many have not known he was in character. He doesn’t rely on wigs and silly costumes, Carter relies on sincerity. His most famous creation Nige has gained cult status amongst comedy fans and comedians alike and is see as a comedy icon in his native Liverpool.
His unique ability to improvise and interact with an audience whilst delivering a perfectly honed set of belly-laugh gags and hilariously surreal stories has taken him across the globe, as well as working with, amongst others, Sean Lock, Reg D Hunter, Ricky Gervais and Russell Brand.
Carter can count Johnny Vegas and Jon Richardson as fans of his work. His contemporaries like him so much that Steve Coogan’s company, Baby Cow paid for his one man show Edinburgh run in 2012 and Craig Cash’s company, Jelly Legs paid to make a half hour teaser pilot to be shown at the BBC of one of Carter’s characters.
For a comic that is not a TV celebrity, Carter still managed to perform a multi character one man show to a sell-out crowd in Liverpool’s Neptune Theatre in 2014 and turned it into a successful selling DVD. Because of its offbeat format, It has started to become a ‘cult film’ for comedy aficionados.
Carter wrote a weekly column for The Liverpool Echo Newspaper about his life as a comedian before it was banned (after two years and despite public outcry) in 2016 for being ‘too honest’ for a Sunday morning readership.
Carter is constantly being offered the chance to showcase his style on television. A temptation he has resisted until he feels the time is right. He has dabbled in television and radio work, his infamous ‘Jesus’ Younger Brother’ series for the BBC in 2013 was banned before it was even aired (no joke) and he recently became the presenter of Radio 5’s new show, ‘Better Than The News‘.
Carter’s character Nige was cited by Sir Jeremy Isaacs as being instrumental in the success of Liverpool’s 2007 capital of culture bid. In 2008 Keith also co-wrote the play The Berserker Boys with fellow Liverpudlian comedian Stanley McHale. The play premièred at the Unity Theatre in February 2008
‘A character comic of rare skill’ – The Guardian
‘Carter is in danger of becoming huge’ – Chortle
‘Surely this man will have a sitcom in a few years time’ – Metro