Josh Berry is a comedian, impressionist and writer who first gained prominence for his impressions of tennis players in May 2013. In the summer of 2013 Josh was invited onto BBC Five Live Radio and ESPN television coverage of Wimbledon and has since recorded a variety of impressions clips with Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios.
After graduating from Oxford University in June 2017, Josh began to work with Union Jack Radio initially voicing the Weekly topical show ‘Andy Murray’s 15-0 Songs’ in the Spring of 2018 before writing and voicing the escapist satirical impressions sketch series ‘Josh Berry’s Fake News’ in the Autumn of 2018 (more info below). Josh continues to work with and create shows for Union Jack Radio.
Josh has appeared on a variety of BBC Radio Comedy Shows; he is a regular on Radio 4 Extra’s ‘Newsjack’ and has appeared on multiple episodes of Radio 4’s Dead Ringers.
2018 also marked Josh’s first two appearances on BBC Television; he voiced a sketch on the Tracey Ullman Show (BBC 1) and appeared on Michael McIntyre’s Show (also BBC 1)
Josh regularly performs stand up around the UK - for live dates see below.
A Remarkable New Talent - Rob Brydon
Absolutely Superb - Jon Culshaw
Very Good - Michael McIntyre
Fair Play, Fair Play - James Acaster
Josh Berry’s Fake News
Josh Berry’s Fake News is the most incredibly uncredible show on the radio. The 6 episode escapist satirical impressions series is unique in that all the goings on within it have no factual grounding; Donald Trump is killed with a dictionary by Suzy Dent from Countdown, Louis Theroux interviews himself and Russell Brand ends up in prison with Jonathan Ross. The series (written and voiced by Josh and produced by Giles Gear) is the bastard love child of Dead Ringers and South Park and is available to listen to on: ITunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/josh-berrys-fake-news/id1444153432?mt=2
Josh’s repertoire of impressions is constantly expanding but at the time of writing sits at the following voices: **Andy Murray, Tom Daley, Dan Radcliffe, Iain Stirling (Love Island Voiceover), Conor McGregor, Louis Theroux, Prince Harry, Gordon Ramsey, Kevin Bridges, Frankie Boyle, Billy Connoll, Boris Johnson, Jacob Rees Mogg, Andrew Neil, John McEnroe, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Boris Becker, Nick Kyrgios, Chris Eubank sr, Jimmy Carr, The Body Coach, Josh Widdicombe, Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross, David Mitchell, Nigel Farage, Donald Trump, Ed Milliband, Tom Allen, Joe Lycett, Dara O’Briain, James Acaster