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MITCH BENN

ABOUT MITCH BENN

Mitch Benn is a comedian, author, satirical songwriter, musician and actor. He is perhaps best known as the resident comic songwriter on BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show from 1999 to 2016. As a comedian, Mitch has toured extensively in the UK and internationally over the last 20 years. Mitch’s voice acting credits include Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens TV series and the Sandman audiobooks. Mitch has written three Sci-Fi novels - Terra, Terra's World and Terra's War. He also writes a weekly column in The New European newspaper.

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VIDEOS

Watch the latest videos and browse the back catalogue

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MUSIC

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PATREON

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AUTHOR PRESS KIT

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TERRA TRILOGY

Discover Mitch's Sci-Fi novels and join the Reader Club

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CONTACT

Contact details for Mitch and his management

GET AN EXCLUSIVE AUDIOBOOK SHORT STORY


Join the Mitch Benn Reader Club for occasional treats including exclusive content and freebies.

 

As a thank you, get the bonus precursor to The Terra Trilogy, 'Earth: A Visitor's Log' absolutely free. This audio journal isn't available anywhere else.

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