Greg Larmouth (born 17th May 1990) is an English radio personality, presenter & philanthropist.


Gregory Theodore Larmouth was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and grew up in Dudley, a small mining village in North Tyneside, throughout his childhood, attending Fordley Community Primary School[1] and Seaton Burn Community College.[2] Upon completing his GCSE exams, Larmouth continued his education at Gosforth High School, obtaining 3 A-Levels, whilst also performing stand-up comedy in the UK.[3] [4]

In 2008, Larmouth quit his comedy career in order to continue his education, and in September of that year began attending University of Sunderland. It was here that he took up a keen interest in politics and philanthropy, in particular the conflict in Gaza. In 2011, Larmouth moved into first producing, and then presenter for award-winning radio station Spark FM, working with long-time collaborator Daniel 'Potta' Cuthbertson on a specialist Hip Hop show every Saturday evening, in the highly coveted 7-9pm slot, though critics slated the show, calling Larmouth a "bellend" and "big headed talentless prick".

Personal life

Larmouth currently still resides in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and is an avid fan of Newcastle United Football Club, regularly attending matches, preferring to sit amongst his fellow fans instead of in his private box. It is through Newcastle United that Larmouth became acquainted with Mike Ashley, and the two are regularly spotted at a Newcastle city centre casino together [5]. In turn, Mike Ashley listens to Larmouth and Cuthbertson's show when he isn't busy.


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