An accomplished actor, Jonny’s dramatic roles over the years have included Vershinin in ‘Three Sisters’, a villainous boyfriend in medical soap opera, ‘Doctors’ and an animal rights activist being eaten by tigers in ‘Dalziel & Pascoe’
He’s perhaps most recognisable currently for his role of Frank London, team leader, in the CBBC series ‘M.I. High’ or for his appearances as a regular guest panellist on Channel Five’s ‘The Wright Stuff’.
Having always had a flair for comedy, Jonny first flexed his comedy muscles as an improviser. Quickly rising to the top of his game by showing an excellent aptitude for off-the-cuff funniness, he still regularly appears with top London group ‘Shotgun Impro’.
He’s also had considerable sketch comedy experience and in 2009, made his first forays into stand- up comedy, becoming a resident MC at The Funny Side Comedy Clubs, where he’s impressed with his stage presence, quick wit and affability.
Having garnered critical acclaim for his hosting skills, Jonny is now gigging all over the UK with his very own stand-up set.
“Highly impressive MC” – LondonisFunny.com
“Jonny Freeman turns in a true comedy performance” ““ Whatsonstage.com
2010 & 2011 ““ Guest Panellist, on Five’s ‘The Wright Stuff’
2008 ““ ‘Peter’ in BBC sitcom by David Renwick, ‘Love Soup’