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Glenn Wool

Glenn Wool is a Canadian stand-up comedian now living in the United Kingdom.[1] His material veers between sagely political and gleefully silly, discussing both the pop group Franz Ferdinand and the Pope's contribution to cryogenics programmes during his time onstage. Wool starred in a self-titled show produced for Channel 4's "comedy lab" season in 2004. In 2012 he appeared in BBC's show Russell Howard's Good News. In 2013 he appeared in Comedy Central UK's "The Alternative Comedy Experience".

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  1. ^ Bunbury, Stephanie (2006-04-29). "Funny: the joke's on us". theAge.com.au. Retrieved 2008-08-14. 

External links

  • GlennWool's Website
  • Glenn Wool's official MySpace page
  • Live review: Glenn Wool at the Edinburgh fringe
  • Telegraph review: Glenn Wool's 'Let Your Hands Go' 2009


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