Stand-up comic, corporate entertainer and popular writer, Dom Holland is a performer unlike any other. He is regularly booked for business events, where his situational comedy and ability to interact with audiences truly shines. From the highs and lows of fame to being the father of Spiderman himself, played by his son Tom Holland, Dom is an established icon of British comedy.
Since making his debut in 1991, Dom has performed at some of the most prestigious venues across the UK, including the Edinburgh Fringe on multiple occasions. A star of the stage and screen, he has appeared on Have I Got News for You and The Wright Stuff, as well as BBC Radio and The Young Person’s Guide to Becoming a Rock Star, a classic comedy series broadcast in 1998. When booked for virtual events, he harnesses decades of experience to connect with his viewers.
Dom is an established columnist and writer. His published work includes Only in America and The Ripple Effect, both in the comedy genre, as well as A Man’s Life and How Tom Holland Eclipsed His Dad. Considering his diverse career, Dom has carved a nationwide reputation for his unique comedic flair, earning respect across television, stage and literary audiences.
An award-winning entertainer, Dom received the Comic Heritage Award for The Small World of Dominic Holland, and a Perrier Best Newcomer Award in 1993. He has been described as “the UK’s master of observational comedy“, a testament to Dom’s longstanding impact on the entertainment industry and stand-out talent. Regularly booked for virtual corporate galas, his sets are guaranteed to keep audiences in stitches with laughter, all event long.
Dom Holland is regularly booked to engage audiences at virtual events, read their latest feedback below:
“Dom was fabulous thank you, very funny and he judged the audience perfectly. We had great feedback about him and his set from my colleagues, sponsors and guests. I was near the front during his set and there was certainly lots of laughter at our end of the room, but I had reports from the back of the room that he went down well there too! Dom was really lovely to work with.”
“I think you could tell from the reaction you received that we were delighted with your performance last Friday evening. Many colleagues in the 600+ audience congratulated me on the choice of entertainment. Sharp, quick and clever. I think you caught the mood perfectly.”
“I so enjoyed your performance at the British Bakery Awards and particularly how you tailored your act to the audience so specifically. A lot of effort goes into these evenings and having such a professional host is really essential, thank you.”