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Travis Jay has been on the comedy circuit for the last eleven years, after winning the Jumpoff TV Comedy competition in 2012 he then went on to perform for BBC 1xtra and made an appearance on BBC Radio 4 (Stephen K Amos’ Life: an Idiot’s Guide). As well as being a regular face on the Stand-up circuit, Travis is presently a radio presenter for ‘The Vibe’ on The Beat London Radio station.

Travis has performed across many prestigious comedy venues such as The Comedy Store, Comedy Cafe, The Barbican, Hackney Empire, The Palm Hotel (Dubai), and also Internationally Royal Theatre Carre (Amsterdam).

Travis Jay is also an actor, having appeared as TJ the Barber in ‘Brothers with No Game’, he’s also worked with Hollywood Actor Aml Ameen on the film ‘12’ The Damaged Race (2012. AmeenDreem Entertainment).

Travis also writes and performs Spoken Word poetry, appearing on BBC Radio 1’s ‘First words’ poetry series.

Some have described his style as very creative, animated, and clever. He's built a reputation as being a very entertaining and sometimes controversial storyteller.


Both Comedy Specials, 'The Funny Thing Is' (2014) & ‘Travis Jay: One Night Only’ (2015) were a sold-out success.

“Travis is a very exciting comedian to watch, a promising talent”

Ava Vidal, British Comedienne (Michael McIntyre Comedy Roadshow)

“Bright, charming and oozing charisma, a joy to watch“

Pollyana Mcgirr, TV Producer “Definitely one to watch“

Jane Berthoud, Head of BBC Radio Comedy

Travis Jay represents the 2nd Generation of the C.A.T.


His mother Angie LaMar appeared at the C.A.T. Los Angeles.

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