|Years active 2012â€“present|
Influenced by Jason Manford
|Name Jack Carroll|
Influences Jason Manford
Education Brighouse High School
|Notable works and roles The Ministry of Curious Stuff, Britain's Got Talent, Trollied, Sunday Night at the London Palladium|
Movies and TV shows The Ministry of Curious Stuff, Doctors, Going to Mecca
Nominations The British Soap Award for Best Young Performance
Similar People Gabz, Francine Lewis, David Walliams, Steve Hewlett, Jack Vidgen
Jack carroll live at the apollo
Jack Carroll (born 1998) is a British comedian and actor. Carroll competed in the seventh series of Britain's Got Talent at the age of 14, finishing as the runner-up. As an actor, he has appeared in two series of the CBBC Channel show Ministry of Curious Stuff and most recently has starred in the new series of Trollied. Carroll, whose cerebral palsy is often a subject of his act, won a Pride of Britain award in 2012.
- Jack carroll live at the apollo
- Jack carroll with his own comedy style week 1 auditions britain s got talent 2013
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- Britains Got Talent
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Jack carroll with his own comedy style week 1 auditions britain s got talent 2013
In 2010, at the age of 12, Carroll came to comedian Jason Manford's attention when he saw a video of Carroll performing at his parents' wedding anniversary. At Manford's invitation, Carroll gave a short performance at the start of Manford's live show in front of more than 1,400 people at St. George's Hall in Bradford. The performance was featured on a segment of BBC One's The One Show. He performed with Manford again on 21 and 22 June 2013 at the Victoria Theatre in Halifax.
In early 2012, Carroll was cast as Mr. Frazernagle in Ministry of Curious Stuff on the CBBC Channel, which starred Vic Reeves, and has appeared in two series of the show.
On 4 May 2014, it was announced that Carroll would appear in an episode of the BBC One sitcom Big School playing Dean, a new student at Greybridge School. He appeared in the fifth episode of the second series (broadcast 3 October 2014).
On 6 June 2014, Carroll was cast in the fourth series of Sky1 comedy show Trollied, in the role of Harry.
Carroll made a guest appearance in the BBC One daytime soap Doctors on 10 March 2015. He also made his acting debut on the 4 O'Clock Club as a pupil thinking of joining Ellesmere.
He will play the role of Pete in the 2018 film Eaten by Lions.
Britain's Got Talent
Carroll was a contestant on the seventh series of Britain's Got Talent in 2013. At his first audition, screened on 13 April, the judges unanimously voted him through to the next round. He was later put through to the live semi-finals. Carroll appeared on the second live semi-final on 28 May, winning the show with 42.5 percent of the public vote. He performed once again at the final on 8 June. At the end of the competition, Carroll finished in second place after receiving 20.1 percent of the vote, behind Hungarian shadow theatre group Attraction with 27 percent.
After the Britain's Got Talent final, Carroll signed a deal with Simon Cowell's company Syco to write an autobiography.
Carroll has appeared on the CBBC shows The Dog Ate My Homework and Sam & Mark's Big Friday Wind-Up. In 2015, he made guest appearances in Sunday Night at the Palladium and Jason Manford's It's a Funny Old Week. In 2016, Caroll performed a stand-up routine on the BBC Two series Live at the Apollo. In 2017, Carroll appeared on the BBC Radio 4 topical comedy show, The Now Show.
Carroll was born 11 weeks prematurely with cerebral palsy. In 2012, he won a Pride of Britain Award in the "Teenager of Courage" category.
Carroll lives in Hipperholme, West Yorkshire with his parents. He is a Leeds United F.C fan and on 31 August 2013, he performed at Elland Road at the launch of the club's Families United initiative.