Eddy Hare

About Eddy

Eddy Hare is a critically acclaimed stand-up comedian, writer, and actor. He made his TV debut as a nominee in the BBC New Comedy Awards 2021 (BBC One) and was a finalist in the Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year competition. He has also appeared on Question Team (Dave).

As half of musical double act Crizards, Eddy has co-written two critically acclaimed shows at the Edinburgh Fringe: Cowboys (2022) and This Means War (2023). Crizards are currently adapting Cowboys for TV with Daddy’s Super Yacht Productions and their 2023 music video Quicksand was selected for screening at the BBC Comedy Festival. As a writer, Eddy has also co-developed a radio pilot with William Stone for BBC Studios.


★★★★ “Sweet and absurd” Broadway Baby

“Expect to be laughing regularly at him in future” The Evening Standard

“Strong gag-writer… very strong payoff” Chortle

Press as Crizards:

★★★★ “Classic double act” The Guardian

★★★★ “Entirely ridiculous” The Telegraph

★★★★ “Impossible to leave without a very large grin” Broadway Baby

★★★★ “Hugely enjoyable” The List

★★★★“Perfectly tuned comedy” Entertainment Focus

★★★★ “Comedy gold” The Skinny

★★★★ “A bundle of joy!” Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

★★★★★ “An absolute delight” Broadway World

★★★★★ “A comedy triumph” The Reviews Hub

★★★★★ “Essential Fringe viewing” EdFringeReview

★★★★★ “The funniest show I’ve seen at the Fringe this year” North West End


CRIZARDS: COWBOYSSelfSoho TheatreJordan Brookes
CRIZARDS: THIS MEANS WARSelfPleasance TheatreJordan Brookes
PULPED: BAD TECHDinerPulpedMax Clendaniel
QUESTION TEAMSelfInterstellarBarbara Wiltshire
BBC NEW COMEDY AWARDS - 2021SelfPhil McIntyre TelevisionPhil McIntyre Television
CRIZARDS: QUICKSANDCowboyDaddy's SuperYachtBenjamin Sutton