Keith Lemon Lookalike Stu Arnold as seen on Britain’s Got Talent semi final 2011 where he appeared as Arnie The Entertainer-nator.
He has now launched a new career as a professional show presenter.
This multi character impressionist and singer, Stu Arnold is also available locally in the Nottingham and Derby area as a Keith Lemon Lookalike.
Various options are now available to suit your venue or event.
He travels throughout the UK on assignments when all expenses and fees are paid. Limited availability for voice overs, appearances at night clubs, comedy clubs and celebrity parties. He can be booked for meet and greet or mix and mingle entertainment for any event you’re planning. Remember to send over as much information as possible about your event.
Keith Lemon Lookalike Stu Arnold
Ask about ‘Lemon Juice’ appearances by this lookalike at various events.
You may have seen him in Aberdeen, London, Newcastle upon Tyne, Brighton, Edinburgh, Wales, Norwich or Leeds.
Limited Hot deals are now on offer for Xmas and NYE 2018.
A full night of entertainment is available from one man, top comedy impressionist Stu Arnold – Keith Lemon Clone.
Personal appearances at nightclubs, raves, TV shows are always a possibility.
Now booking. ‘An Evening With Keith‘. Recommend a venue in your area for this Lookalike Show.
Get in touch if you’re ready to book.
Fee + travel expenses and accommodation when necessary. Ask for details.
Special deals and bespoke shows available for corporate events and Army bases throughout the UK. You will not be disappointed.
Keith Lemon – Leigh Francis
In a 2006 interview with The Guardian, Leigh Francis said that Keith Lemon is loosely based on his best friend (whose name is also Keith Lemon).
Lemon is easily distinguished by his Yorkshire accent, bleached hair, ginger moustache and fake tan.
According to Francis, Lemon’s background is that of a failed businessman who was most successful in 1993, when he won the prestigious Businessman of the Year award for his innovative creation, the “securi-pole”. (Wikipedia).