Will Mars used to be European (pre-Brexit). He’s just British now. He recently moved to New York and spends his time drinking tea, telling jokes, and eating pizza. Generally in that order. He’s living the dream. Unlike his older brother who believes that “the pursuit of happiness” should remain a Will Smith film.
His successful one-man shows regularly take him away to Asia, Australia, and Europe. He takes his tea and jokes with him but the pizza doesn’t travel so well. Audiences are recognizing Will as an exciting new talent to the U.S., and as such he recently made his network television debut on FOX's Showtime at the Apollo. You may also know him (he doesn’t think you will) from appearances on BBC TV's Stand Up for Comic Relief (it wasn’t aired in the U.S.), BBC TV's Joke Thieves (ditto) and BBC Radio's The Comedy Club (you guessed it … Ditto).
Fox's Showtime at the Apollo (Anniversary Special)
BBC's Stand Up for Comic Relief (U.K.)
BBC's Joke Thieves (Creator, U.K.)
Edinburgh Festival, Scotland
Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, Atlanta
Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Australia