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IAN ROYCE

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SOCIAL NETWORKS

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Roycey is an avid fundraiser and in 2013 he raised (by taking on challenges) and helped raise hosting charity events over 200k for charities close to his heart - mainly The NSPCC. Although Roycey can often be found helping out the smaller less public known charities for a variety of causes.

 

Roycey plans even more spontaneous charity events and challenges and has now dedicated his new YouTube channel to focus on #RoyceysAnytimeChallenge which allows his followers on Twitter and his FB page to "Rent out Roycey" for their charity by asking him to do ANY challenge to raise funds for any charity or individual.

 

The proposer goes about the fundraising. ..Roycey does the challenge and he has no

rules and no shame! Check out his Charity page to read all about his amazing achievements and find out how you can help by donating via Roycey's "Just Giving" page.

 

 

 

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Need to get in touch? Got a question? Want to make a booking? Roycey is always glad to hear from you (keep it clean!)..to send him a message click the envelope icon.

 

 

 

LATEST

Roycey recently made a cameo appearance in a One Direction video where he can be seen keeping the boys smiling during their hectic schedule!

 

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Roycey was the MC for One Direction star Niall Horan's Charity Football match in May 2014. Stars on the teams included fellow bandmates Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles and Liam Payne. Olly Murs, John Bishop and Piers Morgan were some of the other big name supporters. The even raised over 300K.

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Ian on stage at the 2015 NTAs as The X Factor family win Best Talent Show!

Roycey started his career in stand-up comedy over 24 years ago and today he is -

without question - one of the most exciting unscripted comedians in the country. His

talent to go out and perform in front of any audience - without a long script of prepared jokes - is what makes Roycey so unique and in demand.

 

The last few years have been an incredible time for Ian. Since Day One, he has worked tirelessly on The X Factor, Britain's Got Talent and Piers Morgan's Life Stories, not just as "TheWarm Up Man" but as the act that keeps the show alive during breaks and set

changes. As such, he has carved out a reputation as television's leading comedy turn.

 

When he isn't warming up the UK's biggest TV shows, he can be found on Youtube,

where his Vlogs and #RoyceyAnyTimeChallenges are a must-watch. His comedy is also

on display on Twitter where he now has a following that exceeds 75,000.

 

Ian has also supported One Direction in both New York and London, holding together the 1D

Fan Day and launching the world wide press launch of their South American stadium

tour. Ian has also been privileged to support both Gary Barlow and Robbie Williams,

entertaining thousands in some of the world's biggest arenas, including The O2,

Wembley Arena, The Manchester MEN, and the Royal Albert Hall.

 

The proudest moment of Ian's 25 year career was in January 2015 when he was invited

to attend The National Television Awards and accompany his X Factor family to

receive the award for "Best Talent Show."He's still smiling now...

 

2014 saw Roycey find a new lease of life. After turning many a corner and climbing many a mountain, his hunger to express himself in front of camera is now bearing fruit. Today, he can be seen on various mainstream shows such as ITV's This Morning and Sky News Sunrise

with Eamonn Holmes, where he has a regular spot reviewing the daily newspapers.

 

Hehas jumped out of a plane, spent 24 hours in a wheelchair to support "Help For

Heroes", cycled without breaking stride for 39 hours from London to Paris after the

2015 terror attacks, shaved his legs, helped some brave homeless people, and much

much more. He continues to push himself to new limits during 2016 and is finding new

ways to give back to life through his love of....well, doing slightly insane things!

 

Roycey's commitment to the NSPCC, Help for Heroes and Centrepoint charities

remains strong and will continue in 2016.

 

 

Ian has recently finished writing a book about his life in warm-up and the many hurdles he has overcome. Keep an eye out as it is currently in the process of being published.

 

Watching Roycey in action is more of a life experience than just time spent laughing - if you don't believe it, then he suggests you never ever use your mobile phone or open up your handbag while he has a microphone in his hand!

 

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You can catch up with the world of Roycey across a wide range of social networks.

 

Follow him on Twitter and join the 75K plus people who already enjoy his banter. Roycey has a brand new Google + account that is a feast of photos and videos from his many high profile gigs.

 

Like his Facebook page for the latest news and don't forget Instagram where you will find some of the best photos Roycey has to share. Roycey shares videos on Vine & Periscope as well as YouTune/

 

Just click the logos and you will be directed to all the right pages!

 

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