Glen Biderman-Pam

Glen Biderman-Pam is a stand-up comedian, actor and director.

Glen graduated from UCT with an honours degree in Theatre and Performance. Soon after, he landed a major role in Anthony Akerman’s Somewhere on the Border which played at the Baxter Theatre. The show travelled to Johannesburg which is where Glen began his stand-up career. After a short stint of open spots, he won the Comedy Central Open Mic Competition which launched him onto a stage with his childhood hero Barry Hilton for whom he went on to open for.

Since making his professional debut in 2013, Glen has appeared as a comedian on Comedy Central on multiple occasions, as well as SABC 2’s Late Nite Talk Show, Bantu Hour as well as Blacks Only. He has been nominated three times for the Savanna Comics Choice Awards. He has performed internationally at the Perth Fringe World Festival. Locally, he performs regularly all over Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. In July 2016 he was selected to play at the prestigious Cape Town Funny Festival at The Baxter Theatre.

Glen was recently in the smash-hit sold-out show Bad Jews which ran in Cape Town and Johannesburg.