Julian performed The Joy of Mincing in Australia in February 2016 at the Adelaide Fringe Festival. He was also named Adelaide Fringe Ambassador and lead the Fringe Parade - More at AdelaideNow.com

'Gay marriage won't make society disintegrate'
Digital Spy • June 2013

Time Out • 'Young gay men can learn from me' • May 2013

The Telegraph • Julian Clary, comedian and novelist, shares the cultural highlights of his week • April 2013

Financial Times • The Inventory: Julian Clary • April 2013

The Guardian - A room of my own: Julian Clary

'Prince Harry could be my future husband, but we’re arguing about his hair — obviously I can’t marry anyone ginger'

The Independent - Barking Blondes: Julian Clary, picnickers and Arabian princesses.

The Telegraph - Celebrity Gardeners: Julian Clary's garden


Julian talks about writing the books and much more on the Robert Elms Show BBC Radio London from Monday June 8th, 2009


1959 Born in Surbiton, Surrey.
1970-77 Educated at St Benedict's, Ealing Abbey.
1978-80 Drama and English at Goldsmith's College, University of London.

After graduating Julian began working on the cabaret circuit in the early 80's, known as The Joan Collins Fan Club.

His TV break came in 1989 with an ITV quiz show called Trick or Treat. Then, following an appearance on Saturday Night Live, Channel 4 offered him his own show, 'Sticky Moments' (1990-91). More TV work followed, including: Terry and Julian ('92 Ch4), All Rise ('96 BBC), Prickly Heat ('98-2001 Sky), Its Only TV But I Like It ('99-2002 BBC), Strictly Come Dancing ('04 BBC), Come And Have a Go ('05 BBC Lottery show), Have I Got News For You ('06 BBC), Who Do You Think You Are ('06 BBC), QI ('06 BBC), The Under Dog Show ('07 BBC), Monte Carlo or Bust ('10, ITV), Just a Minute ('12/13, BBC2), Your Face Sounds Familiar ('13 ITV) Piers Morgan's Life Stories ('13 ITV) and Nature Nuts ('15 ITV).

In August 2012 Julian was the 4th housemate to enter Celebrity Big Brother 10 (Channel 5) and went on to win the series.

Julian is a regular panelist on Radio 4's Just a Minute and is also the voice of the narrator in 'The Little Princess' animated series.

Roles on stage include Leigh Bowery in Boy George's 'Taboo' (2004, West End and national tour), the Emcee in Rufus Norris's Olivier Award winning production of Kander and Ebb's 'Cabaret' (2007 West End), Canned Clary ('14 St James Theatre) and For The Love of Coqs ('14 & '15 at Crazy Coqs, Brasserie Zedel). He also does panto most years as he enjoys wearing silly clothes and lots of make up.

Julian continues to tour the UK and Australia with his one man shows. In 2010 he completed a 140 date tour of 'Lord of the Mince', which is available on DVD. In 2013 he toured the UK with 'Position Vacant - Apply Within' which he took to Australia & New Zealand in April 2014.

Julian will tour the UK in 2016 with his new show 'The Joy of Mincing'

Julian has had 5 books published:
'A Young Man's Passage' (Ebury '05)
'Murder Most Fab' (Ebury '07)
'Devil in Disguise' (Ebury '09)
'Briefs Encountered' (Ebury '12)
'The Bolds" (Andersen '15)

You may write to Julian Clary, POB 67936 London NW1W 9SQ. For signed photo please include SAE.

Julian Clary is represented by
Mandy Ward Artist Management

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