Jamie MacDonald is a Scottish comedian, writer and voiceover artist.

In 2017 Jamie was named on the BBC New Talent Hotlist as well as reaching the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedy Award. His credits include Breaking The News (BBC Scotland/BBC Radio Scotland), Socially Distant With Susan Calman (BBC Scotland), The Comedy Underground (BBC Scotland), The Good, The Bad & The Unexpected (BBC Radio Scotland), Fred At The Stand (BBC Radio 4) and Rosie Jones: Box Ticker (BBC Radio 4). His acting credits include The Scotts (BBC Scotland) and Scot Squad (BBC Scotland).

Jamie has performed 5 solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe as well as performing at comedy clubs all around the UK including Glee, The Stand and The Comedy Store (Manchester). Jamie successfully toured Scotland with his show, Designated Driver, in 2019.

Jamie started to lose his sight in his early teens due to a progressive degenerative retinal disease. Despite this, Jamie studied Ancient History at St Andrews University and Law at Aberdeen before working as a corporate banker in London.

Consistently hilarious

★★★★ Ed Fest

One of the funniest Scots on the circuit

★★★★ Sunday Herald

Not afraid to milk his disability

★★★★★ Broadway Baby