Kevin Day is still the only ex-Human Resources manager working in comedy. Since this new career began some twenty years ago he has traveled the world performing stand up - I WAS A TEENAGE RACIST was one of his many acclaimed Edinburgh shows. In 2014 he made a triumphant return to the comedy circuit with his new full length comedy show STANDY UPPY, followed by HAIRLINE in 2015. He currently writes on a number of hit shows - among them HAVE I GOT NEWS FOR YOU, 8 OUT OF 10 CATS and A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN. He has also written on a host of other programmes ranging from the BBC SPORTS PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR to CHILDREN IN NEED. In the theatre he has co-written a history of the Old Vic with Kevin Spacey and directed Arthur Smith's DANTE'S INFERNO. Presenting work includes BBC2's MATCH OF THE DAY 2, and he is a regular voice on Radio 4 and part of BBC 5 Live's coverage of the Cheltenham Festival, which won a Sony Gold Award. Kevin has also won the Time Out Comedy Award, a Writers' Guild award (for his work with Dave Allen) and the one he is most proud of, the 2007 ProMax award for Best Interstitials for a series of Christmas promos on More4 featuring a very grumpy Santa.