£7500 - £12500
Marcus Brigstocke started his career in comedy while at Bristol University, as part of the Club Seals troupe alongside Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell. He went on to win the 1996 BBC New Comedian Award at the Edinburgh Festival.
As well as his live work, he fronts BBC Four's Late Edition, starred in short-lived BBC1 sitcom The Savages and is a regular on Radio 4's Now Show.
His upper-class-twit creation, Giles Wemmbley Hogg has starred in two Radio 4 series, one about his travels to the Third World, the second revolving around the 2006 World Cup.
Marcus is a likeable and amusing character.