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In Edinburgh 1998, Rob Rouse followed in the footsteps of comedy legends such as Peter Kay, Tommy Tiernan and Dylan Moran when he stormed the “So You Think You’re Funny?” competition, and won. Rob is now firmly established as one of the circuit’s favorite stand-ups. His two previous UK stand up tours (My Family and the Dog that Scared Jesus and The Great Escape) both took him the length and breadth of Britain, delighting audiences and garnering critical acclaim. Now he’s back with his biggest ever UK tour this autumn. Rob is currently on primetime TV as a regular panelist on ITV1’s “Mad Mad World,” a brand new comedy panel show, alongside Rhys Darby, Rufus Hound and Paddy McGuinness. In addition to appearing in the new season of Channel 4’s “Fresh Meat,” Rob is also recording for the second series of Radio 4’s “Everyone Quite Likes Justin,” due to air later this year. Add these to his previous appearances on “8 Out of 10 Cats” (Channel 4), “Dave’s One Night Stand” (Dave), “Spoons” (Channel 4), “The Friday Night Project” (Channel 4), “Celebrity Juice” (ITV2), and “Sean Lock’s 15 Storeys High” (BBC2), to name but a few, as well as his numerous radio shows, UK and European tours, appearing at this year’s prestigious Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival, and even an internet phenomenon with his now famous pet duck, Shaniqua (R.I.P.), and you’ll see why Rob has always been known and loved for his hugely lively, loveable, honest, frank and seriously funny stand up comedy.