Stephen Glenn Large was born in Dundonald, Belfast, Northern Ireland, on 2nd December 1981. He is known for his work with BBC Comedy, including the sketch show, 'Late Licence', their Brexit-themed sitcom, 'Soft Border Patrol' and their online sketch series 'Tight Shorts'. To date Stephen's online content for BBC Comedy has amassed 75 million views. His stage-plays, 'Carol's Christmas' (2016), 'Three's a Shroud' (2017-18) & 'Dog DLA Afternoon' (2019) have been sell-out successes in venues such as the Grand Opera House, Belfast. He's also a Kindle chart-topping author with his self-published title, 'Dundonald Liberation Army' (2016). Stephen's debut screenplay, 'Normal Lives' (2018-20), about the dance scene and life in post-Good Friday Agreement Northern Ireland is in development with the Northern Ireland film board.