Actor and comedian Jeff Leach is a young man hell bent on world domination. He performs his own opulent and revealing brand of stand up comedy whilst acting in feature films, writing sketch and sitcom pieces and also developing and presenting immersive documentaries. He has been a finalist in the London New Comedian Awards and Amused Moose Laughter Awards, signed a DVD deal with BBC Worldwide's corporate branch 2Entertain and has performed 2 sold out one hour solo stand up shows at Edinburgh Festival 2011/12.
Fresh from university, Jeff landed a lead role in the Royal Shakespeare Company's 'Complete Works Festival' and worked for radio stations including XFM, Mercia FM and KERRANG! Radio. He became one of Europe's most notorious live DJs under the moniker Men In Masks producing for Island Records and Ministry of Sound and at a festival in 2008 he was offered the opportunity to become a television presenter.
This resulted in Jeff presenting a whole host of youth, music, factual entertainment and documentary programmes over the past four years including:
Confessions of a Sex Addict, Celebrity Scissorhands and Most Annoying People of 2010/ 2011 (BBC3) / The Surgery and Scene Stealers (BBC Switch) / Big Brother's Big Mouth (E4) / Male Hookers Uncovered, What Did I Do Last Night? and Wasted Britain (Current TV) / T In The Park Festival, The National Lottery and Comic Relief Naughty Bits (BBC1) / Britain In Bed (Channel5). He was also the face, voice and sole presenter of Virgin Media Music On Demand for three years interviewing the likes of Lady GaGa, Kelly Rowland, Professor Green, Example and providing V Festival coverage for the channel during that time.
Recently he has started to focus on his acting performing the role of Dean in British indie thriller feature Two Days In The Smoke and landing the role of Elvis Macbeth playing Hollywood star Brendan Fraser's evil brother in forthcoming feature film In With The Outlaws. He has also starred in short films Gutpunch and Shop Girl Blog and plays main character Lenny in online comedy series The Chaos.
Jeff started stand-up comedy in February of 2010 and in that short time has written and performed two solo one hour shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival promoted by Live Nation and MHA to fantastic audience and critic response. He has started to appear regularly on panel shows such as Fake Reaction on ITV2 and Big Brother's Bit On The Side showcasing his quick wit, unbridled and unashamed confidence as a live comic.