Lucky for the Pope that Vince Flück discovered comedy and decided not to join the Swiss Guard like his parents wanted. Raised in the wild western Canadian Rockies, Flück is a recent comedy import to Britain. Posessing a sardonic wit and a knack for finding the lighter side of dark matter, Vince has been a hit at comedy clubs and festivals accross North America since he was fresh out of secondary school.
Flück arrived in the UK in 2006 and fell in love with the slightly sinister sarcasm of British audiences... leading him to stick around for a while. In August 2006, Flück engaged in his first Edinburgh Fringe festival performing on the Big Value, Talk of the Fest, BBC Live, Spank, Late n Live, Phat Caves, Vent and the Stand. He now makes his home in windgey ol' London-town and tours accross UK, Ireland, Europe and wherever else this latest adventure takes him.
noteable awards and notorious achievments: winner in funniest new comic in Canada competition 1992, development deal for film and television Walt Disney Studios 1996, best short film recipient* Slamdance International Film Festival 1996, finalist Reel Madness Film Festival 2000.
select TV/Film appearances: Austin Stories, MTV (US); Chris Isaak Show, VH1 (US); Life Or Something Like It, 20th Century Fox (US); Oasis Video: Sunday Morning Call; Linda McCartney Story, Lions Gate Films
festival appearances: Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2006; Houston Comedy Festival 2005; Just For Laughs Comedy Festival 2001, 1993; Rocky Mountain Comedy Fest 2004; Edmonton Fringe Festival 2004; Alberta Rock Festival 2004; SXSW 2001, Vancouver International Comedy Festival 2005, 2004, 1999; Another Roadside Attraction 1995; Toronto People's Comedy Festival 1992.