A fun story Ed Gamble tells you before his massive weight loss.
Ed Gamble (born Edward Stephenson Jamison Gamble) is an English comedian who is best known for co-hosting The Peacock and Gamble Podcast.
The 36-year-old started from his college days; while Gamble was studying at Durham University, the comedian started performing with the Durham Revue and was a finalist in the 2007 Chortle Student Comedy Awards.
So, Ed's early work was Ray Peacock, with whom he presented two different series of podcasts; moreover, the comedian also made a television appearance on Russell Howard's Good News.
The comedian's first-ever solo performance came in 2014 at Edinburgh Fringe with the show Gambletron 5000, a huge success.
Since his long career as a comedian, we have seen Gamble change, grow, and lose weight. While many of us did not care about his weight loss, he has a lot of stories to tell you how he coped with being on the heavier side. Before that, let's find out about his weight loss itself.
If you know Ed Gamble from his earlier days in comedy, then you know he was a little on the heavier side of the weight. Many fans who came to know Ed just now would not recognize them if asked to guess.
Ed Gamble before and after weight loss.
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Ed's weight loss journey started in 2012. As per The Sun, he revealed that he lost somewhere close to seven stones in two years, and now that's impressive.
Well, the comedian never really mentioned how he lost weight, but according to some sources, Gamble did it mostly with certain diet changes. He never really bothered with Bootcamp or exercises.
Ed, however, is reported to have taken up running to lose incredible six stones and more, and his fun story about his life before weight loss includes all of these.
On his Gambletron, Ed Gamble talks about his weight loss and not being able to buy men's urban wear from River Island. There were other subjects as well, like masturbation, he tells you how he fell sick on a plane, and stuff like that.
On his Gambletron, Ed Gamble talks about his weight loss and not being able to buy men's urban wear from River Island.
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But his show is fairly themed around bodily functions, physical form, shape, and body sizes. Gamble also shares equally entertaining anecdotes about a fairly horrific guy on tour holiday with thirty posh blokes and stuff like that.
But, one joke that managed to drop one girl off her chair was his River Island joke, a story about Ed's life before his weight loss. Just go ahead, and watch it. It's really fun.
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