Hire Dominic Frisby
Dominic Frisby (“mercurially witty” – the Spectator) is the world’s only financial writer and comedian. He is MoneyWeek’s main commentator on gold, commodities, currencies and cryptocurrencies. He is the author of the books Bitcoin: the Future of Money? and Life After The State. He also co-wrote the documentary Four Horsemen, and presents the chat show, Stuff That Interests Me.
His show 2016 Let’s Talk About Tax was a huge hit at the Edinburgh Festival; and Penguin Random House have since commissioned him to write a book on the subject – Daylight Robbery – the past, present and future of tax will be published later this year. His 2018 Edinburgh Festival show, Dominic Frisby’s Financial Gameshow, won rave reviews. Dominic Frisby was educated at St Paul’s School, Manchester University and the Webber-Douglas Academy Of Dramatic Art.
Dominic Frisby is MoneyWeek’s commentator on gold and commodities, and is a private investor, focusing on junior mining companies. He is the author of the books Bitcoin: the Future of Money? and Life After The State. He also co-wrote the documentary Four Horsemen, and presents the chat show, Stuff That Interests Me.
A keen after-dinner and conference speaker. Dominic also thinks he’s the only comedian in the whole world who writes a financial column, which gives him a unique edge. His after-dinner speeches seem to go down particularly well when the dinner is related in some way to the worlds of finance, trading and investing, stock markets, economics, mining etc etc.
Dominic is available as a presenter and voice over Artist and has a podcast too.
latest book is Daylight Robbery- How Tax Shaped Our Past And Will Change Our Future. (“A brilliant book,” Douglas Carswell; “A tour de force” Matt Ridley;
“A must-read” Roger Bootle)
Bitcoin – the Future of Money? (‘A great account. Read it!’ Sir Richard Branson) was the first book on bitcoin by a recognised publisher. And my first book was Life After The State, (‘Extraordinary’, James Harding, director of BBC News; ‘Incredibly thought-provoking,’ Al Murray; ‘Brilliant,’ Steve Baker, MP).