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Kevin Bishop

Kevin Bishop
Born (1980-06-18) 18 June 1980
Orpington, Greater London, England, UK
Medium Television
Nationality British
Genres Sketch comedy
Subject(s) Celebrities, media
Spouse Casta Bishop (2006-present); 2 children

Kevin Bishop (born 18 June 1980) is an English actor and comedian, best known for The Kevin Bishop Show, which he co-wrote with Lee Hupfield.

Contents

  • Life and career 1
  • U.S. 2
  • Selected filmography 3
  • Awards and nominations 4
  • References 5
  • Further reading 6
  • External links 7

Life and career

Bishop's first role was in Grange Hill. His second role, at age 16, was as the London ruffian Ben Quayle in Silent Witness. He played "Stupid Brian" in My Family; he appeared in 3 episodes. He starred in Muppet Treasure Island as "Jim Hawkins". In 2002 he played "Dick" in the pantomime Dick Whittington.

In 2005 he portrayed the late comedian Dudley Moore onstage in Pete and Dud: Come Again, a drama charting Moore's turbulent relationship with Peter Cook, which debuted at the Assembly Rooms as part of the Edinburgh Fringe before transferring to The Venue in London's West End in March 2006.

Bishop appeared in Channel 4's satirical spoof documentary "Being Tom Cruise", from Star Stories on 2 August 2007 in which he played film star Tom Cruise.[1]

U.S.

As of 2013, Bishop appears on the American comedy series Super Fun Night, written by and starring Australian comedic actress Rebel Wilson. He plays Richard Royce, a lawyer who is not as staid as he appears.

Selected filmography

Year Film Role Notes
1996 Muppet Treasure Island Jim Hawkins Also played the role of a boy soprano in musical numbers
1997 Silent Witness, Series 2, "Friends like these" Ben Quayle
Pie in the Sky, Series 5, "The Apprentice" Nicky Banks
2000 The Big Finish Kevin
2001 My Family (TV) Brian
2002 L'Auberge espagnole William
Food of Love Paul Porterfield
2005 Peep Show (TV) Gay drugged man
2005 Russian Dolls William
2007 Irina Palm Tom
2007–2009 The Kevin Bishop Show (TV)
2011 A Few Best Men Graham
2012 May I Kill U? Baz
2012 Keith Lemon: The Film Dougie
2013-2014 Super Fun Night (TV) Richard Royce

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result
1997 Saturn Award Best Performance by a Younger Actor Muppet Treasure Island Nominated[2]
Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actor Muppet Treasure Island Nominated[2]
2006 British Comedy Awards Best Newcomer Star Stories Nominated[3]
2008 British Comedy Awards Best New Comedy The Kevin Bishop Show Nominated[4]
BAFTA TV Award Best Comedy Programme Star Stories Nominated[5]

References

  1. ^ Alan Jackson. "Kevin Bishop to launch own sketch show", The Times, 19 July 2008.
  2. ^ a b Internet Movie Database staff (2009). "Awards for Kevin Bishop".  
  3. ^ "2006 British Comedy Awards results.".  
  4. ^ "British Comedy Awards announced".  
  5. ^ Internet Movie Database staff (2009). """Awards for "Star Stories. Internet Movie Database (IMDb.com). Retrieved 13 November 2009. 

Further reading

  • Interview with Kevin Bishop
  • EcranLarge.com interview (6 July 2005)

External links

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