Who are What Seems to Be the Problem’s Adam Kay and Mark Watson?
Adam Kay and Mark Watson are a comedy force to be reckoned with in their new Audible collaboration What Seems to Be the Problem. But who are they?
Adam Kay is a former doctor and bestselling writer, best known for his debut book This is Going to Hurt. Revisiting his past as a junior doctor, This is Going to Hurt was a Sunday Times number one bestseller for nine months and has sold over 1.5 million copies. It has also been translated into 35 languages worldwide.
As a performer, Adam has toured the country with his live version of This is Going to Hurt. He has written for television, including BBC hit Mrs. Brown’s Boys.
Fun fact: Remember the infamously crude London Underground-themed parody to Going Underground in 2005? This was performed by parody band Amateur Transplants, fronted by Adam Kay.
Kay’s co-conspirator, Mark Watson, is also a familiar face on the comedy circuit. He’s appeared on Mock The Week, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Would I Lie to You? and Taskmaster. He’s appeared at Edinburgh Fringe multiple times over the last two decades and was named Edinburgh Festival’s highest achiever of the decade by The Times.
Watson has also written six books, including The Place that Didn’t Exist, Hotel Alpha, and The Knot.
Adam Kay and Mark Watson’s What Seems to Be the Problem is a new insight into the human body and the many ways it can go completely wrong. What’s more, the results of medical intervention can lead to some absolutely unbelievable stories.
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