AM Awards | Evening Entertainment

 

2020 host and comedian to be confirmed shortly

 

2019 host and comedian:

 The 2019 host was Lisa Snowdon.

 Spotted by a model scout at the age of 19, Lisa quickly became one of the UK’s top fashion models. Best known for her beauty commercial and   high-fashion covers including Vogue, Marie Claire and Elle, she was also featured in FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women an incredible 10 times.

 Lisa’s first move into TV presenting was for MTV’s MTV Select and in 2006 she became the head judge and host of Sky Living’s Britain’s Next Top Model, which she hosted for four years. Lisa also co-hosted Capital London’s Breakfast Show with Jonny Vaughan and later with Dave Berry. The award winning show had over a million listeners and became London’s number one breakfast show.

 Other TV appearances include BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, Celebrity Apprentice for Sport Relief, co-presenter of Through the Keyhole with Sir David Frost, co-hosting Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose on C4, presenting coverage of BBC’s Royal Ascot and Lisa has even ventured into the jungle for the sixteenth series of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here

 

 The 2019 comedian was Hal Cruttenden.

 Hal Cruttenden is fast becoming one of the top comedians working in the UK today as well as being an accomplished writer and actor. His big break through in stand up came with his nomination for the Perrier Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Festival for his solo show 'Hal'

 He moved into TV as a warm up at the BBC for The Jonathan Ross Show and went on to write and perform in The Omid Djalili Show. Following his memorable performances on The Royal Variety Show, Hal’s appeared on the Rob Brydon Show, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, John Bishop’s Only Joking, Have I Got News for You and The Great British Bake Off (an extra slice)

 Trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama, Hal's acting roles on TV and film include ‘Shackleton’, ‘EastEnders’, ‘Kavanagh QC’, ‘Touching Evil’ and ‘Bramwell’. On film he has been in ‘Mrs Dalloway’ and ‘The Madness of King George’ and received rave reviews for his West End performance in the monologue adaptation of George Orwell’s ‘Coming Up For Air’.

In his live shows he takes the personal, the surreal, the ridiculous and the political and mixes them into one rich comic cocktail. Hal has quickly become a very popular choice for event hosting and after dinner entertainment.