Trevor Lock’s brand of spontaneous, emergent stand-up has gained him a worldwide cult following: no two shows are the same. He has appeared on Comedy Central UK and with Stewart Lee and Russell Brand. Trevor's stage plays have been optioned for film, TV and broadcast by BBC Radio 4. Trevor acted in all three of Channel 4's Bafta-nominated, British Comedy Award-winning Star Stories series. He was also Cocky Locky, a popular member of Russell Brand's chart topping BBC Radio 2 podcast and UK tour.

2013 saw the solo show, Nude Echo: The Whatever Dreams of Amazing Street, which included songs and poetry that would later appear in print in the book, Does Anyone Know What ‘I Love You’ Means?

2014 brought the show, Special Mouth Noises. After six performances in London and four at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the show’s improvised introduction became so fun and impossibly long that the rest of the show was never performed again. And the intro returned to London for a sellout run.

In 2015, Trevor appeared in Comedy Central’s 90 Characters or Less series.

In addition to his one-man shows, writing and directing for theatre and radio, and presenting and acting on some of the UK's most popular radio and TV shows, Trevor coaches other stand up comics, and speaks at schools, universities and businesses. Most notably, he followed in the footsteps of The Dalai Lama, Bill Clinton and Kermit the Frog in addressing the world famous Oxford Union on the meaning of life, refuting Descarte's maxim 'Cogito ergo sum' by tipping a glass of water over his head!

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'Superbly comic writing’ — 'Magnícamente gracioso'
The Sunday Times
‘Hilarious' — 'Hilarante'
'Strangely charming and absolutely entertaining' — 'Extrañamente encantador y absolutamente entretenido"
The Independent
'He has a totally unique wellspring of gags. In a different league really’ — 'Tiene su propia fuente de humor, pertenece a otro nivel'
London Is Funny
'Truly sublime stand up’ — 'Verdaderamente sublime'
London Lite