Professional since 1979, Arnold has spent his time travelling around the world from The Middle East, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Ibiza, Greece, Majorca and Gosport. Performing
in a variety of venues from theatres, nightclubs, hotels, restaurants and front rooms.
Recorded his own half hour show for Sky One and appeared on channel 4's "Big Breakfast" three times, "New Faces" for Central TV, "Meridian Tonight" "The Bobby Davro show" "Summertime Special" "This Morning" with Richard and Judy etc. Appeared on Channel 4's "Big Brother's Little Brother" performing an original song written for "Celebrity Big Brother" which was also on satellite channel E4 the same day. His most recent tv spot was february 2015 on ITV's "Mel & Sue in the afternoon" when he sang live a self-penned song about the show which was also featured in the "Best Bits" programme at the end of the series.
Has appeared alongside many names from the showbiz world including: Chas & Dave, Engelbert Humperdink, Shakin' Stevens, The Drifters, The Three Degrees, Jim Davidson, The Barron Knights, The Stylistics, Jethro, Ronan Keating, Shane Richie, Tim Vine, Milton Jones and many more.
Very proud to have been voted "Best Thomson Gold cabaret act 2005 in Cyprus"
Very Very Well Received - First time we’ve had him and would definitely like him back, great act and different to the norm. Big thumbs up from the team.
WARNERS HOLME LACEY:
Very Very Well Received - Guests absolutely loved James’ witty and zany show, many guests said he was the best comedian they have seen at Warners
He has written material for other entertainers including Brian Conley's LWT tv series for the characters "Septic Peg" and "Nick (it's a puppet) Frisby"
He's produced an album for Syd Little and written comedy songs for up and coming ventriloquist Donna Marie Walton.
As an actor he's appeared in many television productions alongside such household names as Faye Dunaway, Colin Firth, Sean and Jon Pertwee and he was an "infected person" in the cult horror film "28 days later" Directed by Oscar winner Danny Boyle with Christopher Ecclestone.
Has written songs for holiday park characters, Ollie the Octopus, Billie Bonkers and most recently Dylan the Dog for the Glan-y-mor holiday park in Clarach bay Wales.
What does he do?
Gags, props, audience participation and music all combined for a great family-friendly show.
"he'll make yer laugh, he'll make yer sing,"