Joel Dommett

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Joel Dommett
Born Joel Patrick Dommett
(1985-12-11) 11 December 1985 (age 29)
Rockhampton, Gloucestershire, England
Occupation Comedian, actor
Years active 2007–present

Joel Dommett (born 11 December 1985) is an English comedian and actor known for his television roles in Skins, Live in Chelsea and Impractical Jokers UK.


Originally from Rockhampton, Gloucestershire, Dommett 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,[1] 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. Alongside this, Dommett appears as one of the comedians in Impractical Jokers UK. A second series began airing in 2014.

In October 2015, Dommett became a panellist for Nicole Scherzinger's team on Sky 1's music/comedy panel show Bring the Noise.

In November 2015, Dommett appeared on a game of The Chase: Celebrity Special along side Les Dennis, Sinitta & Louise Hazel.


Name Notes
Sweat the Small Stuff BBC Three
Bring the Noise Sky 1
Impractical Jokers UK Presenter - BBC Three
How To Survive A Disaster Movie Channel 5
MTV News Newsreader
EMA Voices 2011 Presenter
Greatest Body Shockers E4
Three @ the Fringe BBC Three
Russell Howard's Good News Extra Guest - BBC Three
Pop's Greatest Dance Crazes BBC Three
Popatron BBC Two
Skins E4
Teenage Kicks ITV
Up Close and Personal ITV2 Pilot
Signs of Life BBC One
Inspector Lynley BBC One
Bitesize BBC 1
Bricking It  ?
Golden Hour ITV
Totally Frank Channel 4
Casualty BBC 1
Live in Chelsea 4oD
Reality Bites ITV2



  1. ^ British, Comedy Guide. "Popatron". Popatron, BBC2 Sitcom. British Comedy Guide. Retrieved 2 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "Joel Dommett". Retrieved 2013-11-04. 

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