Phil Jerrod is a stand-up Comedian dies after cancer battle know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Cause of Death and Wiki Bio
|Birthdate ( Age)||1979|
|Place of Birth||United Kingdom|
|Spouse/Partner||Name Not Known|
|Net Worth||$1 Million ( Arround )|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Phil Jerrod who was born in 1979 supported Channel 4 star Romesh Ranganathan on his UK tour in 2016.He also went on the road with Seann Walsh and Angela Barnes on their national tours.
His cult fans will know him for his podcast Crash Bang Wallop, which has racked up over one-hundred-thousand downloads since launching in 2018.Phil was awarded Best Debut Act at the Leicester Comedy Festival in 2015.He also took three critically acclaimed solo shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Early Life and Family
Phil was born in 1979 his started his stand-up career in 2012 – going on to win the Best Debut Act Award at the Leicester Comedy Festival in 2015, and opened three critically acclaimed solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe festival in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Phil Jerrod Wife
Phil Jerrod is Survived by his wife.Jerrod’s wife of 13 years Beck had been fundraising for Cancer Research UK as recently as August, when she participated in the Shine Night Walk in Brighton.
Jerrod began his stand-up career in 2012 after leaving his job in publishing, and went on to win best debut act at the Leicester Comedy Festival three years later.He brought three shows to the Edinburgh Fringe and supported Romesh Ranganathan on his UK tour in 2006.
In addition to his stand-up career, Jerrod had written for shows like Mock The Week, and gained a cult following with Crash Bang Wallop, which launched in 2018.
Cause of Death
Comedian Phil Jerrod has died after a battle with a rare form of cancer.His agency Off The Kerb confirmed that Jerrod died on Saturday, after being diagnosed with sarcoma.
The sad update revealed that the comedian passed away with his wife at his side – while fans, colleagues and followers have taken to social media in the wake of the news of his death to pay tribute and to express their shock and sadness.
A statement issued by Off The Kerb on Monday reads: “It is with deep sadness we have to announce the death of Phil Jerrod. Phil peacefully passed away at home after a battle with cancer, with his devoted wife Beck by his side.
“Phil’s critically acclaimed stand-up and comedy writing meant he was incredibly respected by his peers, supporting and writing with many of his comedy heroes.
“Phil was a dear friend to us, an incredibly kind and talented man, who was taken far too soon. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.”Fellow Brighton-based comic Anegla Barnes was among the first to pay tribute to Phil.Taking to Twitter to share a photo of herself with the late comedian, she wrote: “On Saturday we had to say goodbye to one of my best friends, the incomparable Phil Jerrod.