Alfie Moore is an English police officer, writer, stand-up comedian and radio performer. He is on a career break from the police.Alfie Moore spent eighteen years on the Humberside Police force before turning to stand up comedy.
Moore first appeared on the ITV show Show Me the Funny hosted by Jason Manford and has since appeared as guests onThe Wright Stuff, Sky News Paper Review, Comic Relief, ITV News Calendar and Look North.
He has been guest comedian on radio programmes, including Today (BBC Radio 4), The Richard Bacon show on BBC 5 Live, The Jeremy Vine show on BBC Radio 2 as well as hosting his own stand up comedy show on BBC Radio 4 called Alfie Moore It's a Fair Cop which he wrote and presented, was recommissioned for a second series by BBC Radio 4 in August 2014.
Moore has taken 4 shows to Edinburgh Festival. In 2012 I Predicted a Riot and 2013 Viva Alf's Vegas with Phil McIntyre Ents as Promoter, and in 2014 The Naked Stun with Mick Perrin Worldwide as Promoter which sold out for 25 nights and was awarded the Edinburgh Fringe laurel for a sell out show. Moore's 2015 Edinburgh Festival show is called Alfie Moore - A Fair Cop Stands Up.
Moore has supported Sarah Millican, Russell Kane and Milton Jones on their national comedy tours. Alfie's second UK Tour titled The Naked Stun starts in October 2015.
Returning to Settle Stories after a knock out performance at the 2016 Settle Stories Festival.
Join cop-turned comedian Alfie Moore for an hilarious, interactive work in progress performance for his critically acclaimed BBC Radio 4 comedy series 'It's A Fair Cop', before the show starts again on air for a third series.