Star of the critically acclaimed film The Unbookables, “A true story about standup comics who have spent their whole lives pushing limits – onstage and off”. James Inman is the 1997 winner of the San Francisco International Comedy Competition. Described by media critic David Fewster as being “the spawn of an unnatural union between Henry Rollins and Don Rickles.” James performed at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival, Comedy Central Laugh Riots and is a three time headliner of the Seattle Lenny Bruce Festival. He was co-creator of the Mudslingers Ball Comedy Central pilot which later evolved into Lewis Black’s Root of All Evil. He’s also written and produced his own one man show adapted from his book The Greyhound Diary.