Dominic is one of the most regarded comedians of his generation, since starting stand-up since 1991. The Sunday Times described him as ‘The UK’s master of observational comedy’
Dominic Holland currently has a feature film A MAN’S LIFE in development with Picture Palace Productions and has recently completed the associated novel. He was also commissioned to write two episodes of the sit-com THE WILD WORLD OF WARREN by Bill Freedman in conjunction with Baby Cow Productions. Other writing projects include a blog called ECLIPSED at Dominic Holland.com and a feature called ONLY IN AMERICA, which is currently out to producers. His series called THE SMALL WORLD OF DOMINIC HOLLAND for BBC Radio 4 won a Comic Heritage Award, and he has also published two comic novels as well as writing umpteen articles and short stories.
Dominic is one of the most regarded comedians of his generation, since starting stand-up since 1991. The Sunday Times described him as ‘The UK’s master of observational comedy’ and the Daily Telegraph noted that ‘he is a top notch stand up who everyone should see’. Dominic’s personal favourite quote about himself was by the late Bob Monkhouse who called him ‘Britain’s funniest not yet famous comedian.’ Dominic is still working hard on the ‘not yet’ bit.