Hailing from across the pond, Scott Angrave is England’s funniest export, bringing his unique brand of humor to audiences around the globe. With a college degree in whatever they teach in Liverpool, Angrave’s wit is as sharp as his Scouse accent.

Splitting his time between England and the States, Angrave’s comedy often revolves around the humorous nuances of language and culture differences between the two countries. His most popular bits highlight the comparative meanings of everyday words, from rubbers in the U.K. (galoshes) to their entirely different meaning in the States. Remember, it’s important to be mindful of what country you’re in when discussing certain topics!

A regular on “John Boy and Billy,” Angrave’s comedic talents have earned him national TV airtime and a spot on the “Comics on Duty” Tour, where he entertains troops around the world with his quick wit and infectious charm.

For those venturing across the pond, Angrave’s book “How to Speak Proper English, like what I do” is a must-have guide to navigating the intricacies of British English and keeping out of trouble.

So, whether you’re on the shores of England or in the heart of America, buckle up and get ready to laugh until your sides ache with Scott Angrave as your comedic guide!

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