The rising star, who shot to fame after dancing to Cheryl Cole’s Fight For This Love for 2010’s Let’s Dance for Sport Relief, hosted at the weekend My Funniest Year, in which a comedian told their story of an entire year to an audience at London's Hackney Empire theatre.
Hound, whose appearance is sponsored by RSM Tenon, is a regular on comedy panel shows across TV and radio and this year he secured a short stint of notoriety for stripping naked on the BBC television programme Argumental.
The comic boasts a CV comprising a wide range of accomplishments, having covered the Glastonbury festival for the BBC and working for the Science Museum - writing, producing and performing technology shows to a varied audience. He also presented the last ever Top of The Pops and is a regular on panel shows for the comedy channel Dave and BBC3.
He will be announcing all the winners of this year's awards at the four-star Lancaster London on Thursday 21 October, with numbers expected to exceed 600 this year.
The shortlist for the awards will be announced on Friday 10 September and bookings are still available.
Visit www.insolvencyandrescueawards.co.uk for more details on bookings.