|Born||Joel Patrick Dommett
8 June 1985
Rockhampton, Gloucestershire, England
Dommett is originally from Rockhampton and attended The Castle School in Thornbury. He moved to London at the age of 19. His first stand-up gig was at a bar in Los Angeles and he has since performed in locations as diverse as Reykjavik and The Netherlands. In 2008, he won Best Newcomer award and was a finalist in Stand Up Comedian of the year. Also in 2008, he appeared in a feature film called The Edge of Love, a Second World War drama. Joel is a member of National Youth Theatre.
In 2010, Dommett appeared in a recurring role in E4's Skins as D.C. Sweeney and appeared in all six episodes of Popatron, a sitcom produced by Charlie Brooker's Zeppotron that appeared on BBC Two as part of its BBC Switch brand. Beginning in 2011, Joel hosted Live in Chelsea, a live discussion show revolving around the events of the popular reality show Made in Chelsea. Dommett appeared in the first two series of Impractical Jokers UK from 2012 until 2014 on BBC Three.
In 2015, Dommett was a team captain on ITV2's comedy show Reality Bites. He was also a regular panellist on Nicole Scherzinger's team on the Sky 1 panel show Bring the Noise. In November 2015, Dommett appeared on a celebrity edition of The Chase.
|2008||The Edge of Love||Train Soldier||Feature film|
|Greatest Body Shockers||E4|
|Russell Howard's Good News Extra||Guest||BBC Three|
|Signs of Life||BBC One|
|2004||Casualty||Jonathon Hansell||BBC One|
|2005||The Golden Hour||Dale Harper||ITV|
|2005||Totally Frank||Cory||Channel 4|
|2007||Inspector Lynley||Josh Tyler||BBC One|
|2007||Up Close and Personal||ITV2; Non-broadcast pilot|
|2010||Popatron||Toby Wood||BBC Two|
|2011–?||Live in Chelsea||Presenter||4oD|
|2011||Pop's Greatest Dance Crazes||Contributor||BBC Three|
|2011||EMA Voices 2011||Presenter|
|2012||How To Survive A Disaster Movie||Co-presenter||Channel 5|
|2012–2014||Impractical Jokers UK||"Joker"||BBC Three|
|2013||Sweat the Small Stuff||Guest||BBC Three|
|2014||The Dog Ate My Homework||Guest||CBBC|
|2015||Reality Bites||Team captain||ITV2|
|Bring the Noise||Regular panellist||Sky1|
|2016||World of Weird||Co-presenter||Channel 4|
|I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!||Contestant 2nd place||ITV|
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- "I'm a Celebrity star to bring comic gig to Cumbria". www.newsandstar.co.uk. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
- British, Comedy Guide. "Popatron". Popatron, BBC2 Sitcom. British Comedy Guide. Retrieved 2 March 2014.
- Solutions, Powder Blue Internet Business. "BBC Three picks up Impractical Jokers : News 2012 : Chortle : The UK Comedy Guide". Retrieved 24 November 2016.
- Guide, British Comedy (28 June 2013). "BBC Three orders Impractical Jokers Series 2". Retrieved 24 November 2016.
- Guide, British Comedy (23 January 2015). "Reality TV panel show coming to ITV2". Retrieved 24 November 2016.
- "Joel Dommett joins new Sky 1 music panel show Bring The Noise". British Comedy Guide. 8 October 2015. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
- "The Chase: Celebrity Special Episode 5". "ITV Press Centre". Retrieved 5 December 2016.
- "Meet your 2016 Celebrity Campmates". Retrieved 24 November 2016.
- "Joel Dommett comes second on I'm A Celebrity 2016 as he loses out to new Queen of the jungle Scarlett Moffatt". The Sun. 4 December 2016. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
- "Joel Dommett". IMDb.com. Retrieved 2013-11-04.
- Official website
- Chortle profile page and tour dates
- Digital Spy interview
- BBC Impractical Jokers profile
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