Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Roy Walker Interview – 100 Years Younger….
Roy Walker is best known to TV viewers through top ITV game show, “Catchphrase”.
In 2018 he returns to our screens in ‘100 years younger in 21 days’ on ITV.
He won a new young audience for 9 years “Carpark Catchphrase” feature on Chris Moyles’ BBC Radio 1 breakfast show.
He’s since has become a huge cult hit with under 35’s and is regularly booked for universities around the country where he plays to sell-out audiences – often to two thousand screaming students at a time!
He stormed the Edinburgh Festival with his debut show “Goodbye Mr Chips”.
Roy now tours the world on top cruises. Find out more HERE!
Enjoy an Exclusive interview with Roy Walker via YouTube:
Born in Belfast, as a teenager Walker performed in the Francis Longford Choir, then worked as a riveter in the Harland and Wolff shipyard.
He was the Northern Ireland champion hammer thrower for three years, and represented his country internationally.
He spent a short time as a comedy partner of James Young before serving seven years in the British Army.
Walker came to fame in 1977 when he won the ITV talent show New Faces, receiving the highest mark ever given to a comedian.
He was also a regular on the 1970s ITV stand-up comedy show The Comedians. He appeared on the BBC show Seaside Special on 15 July 1978.
Also in 1978 he appeared in two episodes of Blackpool Bonanza.
In 1984 he appeared in an episode of the comedy series The Main Attraction
Interview recorded by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 16th October 2016