NICK Page has had his fair share of ups and downs – but at least he can laugh about it.
Here’s everything you need to know about the former BBC presenter and Britain’s Got Talent contestant…
Rex Features Nick Page is performing on Britain’s Got Talent 2018
Who is Nick Page?
Nick Page, 48, is a former TV presenter turned stand-up comedian, who used to host Escape to the Country on BBC.
Nick’s debut show at the Edinburgh Fringe festival My Glorious Hypothetical Life As A Eunuch was met with rave reviews in 2012.
In 2017 he won English Comedian Of The Year and has played at comedy clubs throughout the UK and around the world.
The 48-year-old also regularly performs for the British armed forces.
He was awarded the Operational Service Medal in 2015 after seven tours entertaining troops in Afghanistan.
Nick told The Sun’s Bizarre column: “We’ve had shows in Afghanistan where they’ve had to be stopped because of rocket attacks.
“We came under fire while we were leaving one of the forward operating bases.”
The stand-up received a £32,000 fraud conviction in 2005, completing 200 hours of community service.
He said: “I was really really stupid and I got prosecuted for mortgage fraud. I did community service and I was very lucky not to go to prison.”
What else has Nick Page done?
In addition to comedy Nick has also worked in Radio and TV.
For BBC3 he wrote and performed one episode of Brain Candy.
He’s presented on Radio 4 twice and has done some voiceover work.
Before his comedy/tv career, Nick was formerly an estate agent, car salesman and bouncer.