Jack Rooke is a 25-year-old writer, comedian and mental health ambassador. He presented his own BBC Three documentary series,Happy Man, the BBC Radio 4 comedy Good Grief and Arts special Mamma M.I.A. He was also BBC Radio 1’s on-air expert in bereavement and mental health for The Surgery. Jack has produced three stand-out Edinburgh Fringe shows –Good Grief, co-written with his 85-year-old Nan about his father’s death, Happy Hour, a comedic tribute to a friend lost to suicide, andLove Letters, a show about modern romance described by the Guardian as ‘effortlessly charming and buoyantly funny.’ Jack’s shows have transferred on to London’s Soho Theatre, Latitude Festival and The Roundhouse. In 2019 he contributed an essay to the award-winning book It’s Not OK to Feel Blue (& Other Lies), curated by Scarlett Curtis. Cheer the F**K Up is his debut publication.