James Acaster Biography and Wiki
James William Acaster (b. January 9, 1985) is an English comedian who is renowned for performing at Edinburgh Festival Fringe which has been nominated for Best Show five times. He won the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Award for Most Outstanding Show in 2019 with Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 and has won four Chortle awards.
Acaster has appeared on several panel shows, such as Mock the Week, Taskmaster, 8 out of 10 Cats, and Would I Lie to You?. He also has a 2018 Netflix show titled Repertoire, consisting of four hour-long stand-up comedy performances.
He currently hosts panel show Hypothetical alongside Josh Widdicombe, food podcast Off Menu with fellow comedian Ed Gamble and music podcast James Acaster’s Perfect Sounds from the BBC.
James Acaster Age and Birthday
James was born on January 9, 1985, in Kettering, Northamptonshire, England. He is currently 37 years old as of 2021. His birth sign is Capricorn.
James Acaster Height
Acaster stands at an average height and stature. Details regarding his actual height are not available at the moment. However, we will update it when it is available.
James Acaster Education
Acaster attended Montagu Secondary School in Kettering. He later joined Northampton College where he pursued music. Further information about his credentials have not yet been established, this part is pending review and will be updated soon.
James Acaster Family
Details regarding the identity of his parents have not yet been revealed since he has not disclosed anything about them. We are keeping tabs and will update this part once it is available.
James Acaster Children
The renowned comedian is not known to have any children at the moment.
James Acaster Net Worth
Acastar has not yet revealed his current net worth including assets, investments, and properties. He is not the kind of person to display his wealth publicly, nevertheless information regarding his net worth will be updated soon.
James Acastar Repertoire
In March 2018, Netflix released James Acaster: Repertoire, consisting of the four one-hour shows filmed in September 2017. The initial response to Repertoire was very positive, with a rating of 8.3 on IMDB. Later in July 2018, Acaster performed at Cornbury Music Festival on the Comedy Stage.
James Acastar Bake Off
Comedian James Acastar was in a Celebrity Bake Off who was quite challenged at baking.
James Acastar Books
He has also written two Sunday Times Best-Selling books, James Acaster’s Classic Scrapes, consisting of true stories, most of which were originally told on Josh Widdicombe’s show on XFM, and Perfect Sound Whatever, consisting of album reviews from the year 2016.