Simon at Bill Murray 2017 - Credit - David Rose 2.jpg


Simon’s new feature film Benjamin premiered at the London Film Festival in 2018 and has been released in cinemas in March this year. Simon’s first feature length film Carnage aired on BBC iPlayer in May 2017 and is still available to watch here.

The end of 2017 saw Simon on the road with his latest sell-out UK stand up tour What Is This? At the same time his critically acclaimed debut book Help was published by Penguin Random House. 

Simon has previously written, alongside Dan Swimer, and starred in the critically acclaimed television series Grandma's House (BBC 2). His previous stand-up tours include To Be Free (UK & USA), Numb (UK, Ireland, USA & Australia) and Do Nothing (UK & Ireland).

Simon has also previously presented Popworld (Channel 4) and Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC 2). In his youth, he was the youngest finalist of the BBC New Comedy Awards and has since won an RTS Award, a Broadcast Award, two British Comedy Awards and has been nominated for a BAFTA. 

“The real deal.  Where philosophy collides with anxiety: where Heidegger meets Woody Allen."  - The Guardian

"Simon Amstell has a gift for taking a social norm and gently mocking it until it seems utterly ridiculous. Highly literate ... an endearing mixture of offhanded candor and sharp wit. Such ease and understatement makes him very good company." - New York Times