Lloyd Woolf

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Lloyd Woolf is a British comedian and member of the four man group Cowards, which also includes Tim Key, Tom Basden and Stefan Golaszewski.

Woolf was born in Swansea. After graduating with an English degree from Cambridge University, Woolf moved to London, where he began performing as both a stand-up comedian and with the popular comedy sketch group, Cowards.

Woolf performed his first solo stand-up show, Ten Shows I Abandoned, at the 2008 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

In 2007 Cowards broadcast their first radio series on BBC Radio 4. It has since been released as a CD Audiobook by BBC Worldwide and is also available on iTunes. A second series was broadcast in late 2008, and is now for sale.

A TV version of Cowards has been made for BBC Four and was broadcast in January 2009, to critical acclaim. Woolf also featured in the BBC Three sketch show The Wrong Door and the short film Nightwalking.

Woolf has also featured in various TV adverts, the most popular being Pot Noodle's infamous Welsh miners parody. Woolf performed in Captain Oates' Left Sock, a play about group therapy in which a man (not Woolf) inevitably drops his trousers, at the Finborough theatre in London. Despite being reviewed poorly, the cast was described as "cracking".

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