A regular on the comedy circuit throughout the UK, in 2016 Leroy had a successful stint performing across the Atlantic in New York City. This was quickly followed with further success at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 as part of the prestigious Lunch Time Special. Back home in Cardiff he’s had sold out solo shows at the Wales Millennium Centre and the Cardiff Glee. In November 2018, Leroy returned to the Wales Millennium Centre for two sold out nights with his show 3 Dads and will be returning to the WMC this autumn with his new show StereoType.
Also, in demand as a writer, Leroy authored the documentary Tower Lives and is the star on the new online platform BBC Sesh - generating over 4 million views with his sketches.
In 2017 Leroy wrote and starred in The Great Welsh Brexit Roadtrip for BBC Radio Wales. Mixing improvisation with scripted comedy enabled him to finally put his Politics degree to use.
Leroy returns this autumn as Rob in series two of Tourist Trap, a new BBC sitcom about the Welsh Tourist Board, starring Sally Phillips.
In September 2018, Leroy also recorded his second comedy commission, a 30 minute live stand up show titled Three Dads for BBC Radio Wales and will be returning to Radio Wales this autumn with a new sketch show.
Leroy has had a busy 2020/21. He starred as a guest in the third series of BBC Wales’ Six Nations Sin Bin alongside Gabby Logan and Gareth Williams. It was a great success and featured a bunch of other comedians such as Kiri-Pritchard-Mclean. A stand-up set of his was featured on BBC Radio Wales’ The Leek, and he was alongside Sindhu Vee, Kerry Goldman and Tom Price. Leroy is also currently writing a script for a CBBC show.