Reginald D Hunter

Caroline Frost

'I Have Great Concerns About Upsetting People'

HuffingtonPost.com | Caroline Frost | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Entertainment

For a man accused, variously, of 'offensiveness, misogyny and violence', Reginald D Hunter is, in person, invariably polite, with the manners of a Dee...

What Kind Of Week Has It Been? 3 May 2013

Paddy Duffy | Posted 02.07.2013 | UK Politics
Paddy Duffy

The UK and Ireland has been festooned with talent shows this last decade, and have completely permeated (or is that punctured?) popular culture in that time. But it's got to the point where it seems the Irish government is using Britain's Got Talent as the template for abortion law.

Funny Tweets Of The Week

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 03.05.2013 | UK Comedy

It was all happening in politics this week - mainly as a result of Nigel Faright Farage's Ukip party, which hit the headlines not just for its local e...

'Irony's Annual Night Off'

The Huffington Post UK | Samuel Luckhurst | Posted 01.05.2013 | UK Sport

Reginald D Hunter has been asked to repay his fee for performing at the Professional Footballers' Association's annual awards ceremony on Sunday night...

PFA Defends Hunter's Stand-Up Act At Awards

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 29.04.2013 | UK Sport

Gordon Taylor has defended the decision to book Reginald D Hunter to perform at the PFA Awards after the American comedian raised eyebrows with a cont...

Reginald D Hunter On Herman Cain, How Racism Is Hilarious And Why Sepp Blatter Shouldn't Resign

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse | Posted 20.11.2011 | UK Entertainment

“Racism is hilarious. It’s only uptight people who don’t know it.” American comedian Reginald D Hunter's controversially named shows Trophy...

Is There a Bias Against US Comics Performing on British TV & Radio?

John Fleming | Posted 27.12.2011 | UK Comedy
John Fleming

I think there may be the possibility that, if an American comedian suddenly appears on TV or radio from nowhere, there is (as seen by producers) the risk that the audience may think they are vast successes in the US and have not been 'discovered' and whisked up from the relative obscurity of comedy clubs by talented UK producers.