"Still The Best Laconic Comedian In The Country" - Time Out
    Arnold Brown first came to prominence in the early 1980s as a highly distinctive comedian alongside Alexei Sayle and Rik Mayall et al at The Comedy Store and The Comic Strip.
    In 1987, he won the prestigious PERRIER AWARD at the Edinburgh Festival.
    He is possibly the only Glaswegian Jewish ex-chartered accountant stand up comedian in the world.
    Recent television has included The History of Alternative Comedy, Life According to Fred and Sex Wars.
    Arnold has also appeared in major feature films - Personal Services, Comfort and Joy, released in 1999 and Esther Kahn in 2000. His latest, Liam, followed in 2001.
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