The Big, Bald, Bearded Glaswegian. A naturally skilful and riveting raconteur, Gibson mixes a conversational style with his own unique brand of dark humour, gloriously bad language and shrewd observations.
Working any room he plays like a champion Gibson's amazing ability to sneak powerful themes and experiences into what might appear to be a traditionally bawdy set, full of toilet humour and political incorrectness, has allowed him to move up the ranks quicker than many before him.
His brush with mortality galvanised him into becoming a stand-up and inspired the show Life After Death, which won the then 32-year-old the Edinburgh Comedy Best Newcomer Award at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe. Making him the first Scottish Comic in history to do so.
"Absolutely compelling, he mops the floor with the fashionable over promoted kids"
"Riotously funny and at times painfully raw"
"Gibson has a real savour for the comedy of life's unglamorous underside"
- The Guardian
"Irvine Welsh meets Billy Connolly"
- The Evening Standard