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The name of Sean Lock is not alien to anyone who knows a thing or two about British Comedy scene.
A winner of British Comedy Award, this man has been entertaining his fans through live shows, television, radio and other mediums for many years now. Here is a brief about the career highlights of Sean Lock, who is both a comedian and writer.
A reputed name in the comedy circle, Sean Lock was born in Woking, Surrey on April 22, 1963. Although an avid football fan that he still is, Sean started his showbiz journey as a stand-up comedian and thus opted for career that is both difficult and rewarding.
And with the plethora of talent that he possesses, he proved that his chose for the best. With frequent comic appearances on television and radio and live show performances all over the world, he has established himself as one of the most sought after comedians of recent times.
When Sean Lock first appeared BBC's Nationwide in 1970s, nobody noticed him. It was his first proper television appearance in 1993 that made him a star he is today. In that, he appeared with Rob Newman and David Baddiel in a television show called Newman and Baddiel in Pieces. His was a supporting artist in this show and also toured with the duo in this capacity.
Along with Newman and Baddiel, Sean Lock became the first comedian to perform at Wembley Arena. This and other stand-up appearances made him a known name among the masses.
By the end of 1990s, Lock has made regular appearances on radio also including some panel shows, his own show on BBC Radio 15 Minutes of Misery and script editing for Bill Bailey's 1998 BBC2 series, Is It Bill Bailey.
With 15 Minutes of Misery, Sean Lock has garnered a huge fan base all over Britain. This 15 minute show used to feature Sean, Kevin Eldon and Hattie Hayridge. The idea revolved around Sean spying on his neighbors in his South London tower block. For this he took help of his plumber who fitted a bugging device, known as The Bugger King. This funny idea was loved by everyone and his character became a household name.
The 15 Minutes of Misery lasted continued till early 1999 and was later expanded to the half hour series. Titled 15 Storeys High, Lock's character was revised and given a flat mate and a job at the local swimming baths giving it more sitcom kind of feel. This show then made him a tele-star when it run on television for a further two series in 2002 and 2004.
Sean Locks romance with television does not stop here. His profile is full of television appearances of different kinds. He turned into a regular team captain in 2005 panel game 8 Out of 10 Cats and has also appeared on the comedy quiz show QI. He was also a panelist and presenter of Have I Got News for You and appeared on Room 101 as well. Not to forget quiz shows like Top Buzzer and The 99p Challenge.
Another winning moment for Sean Lock occurred when he hosted his own entertainment show on Channel 4 in 2006. With TV Heaven, Telly Hell and appearance on the World Cup special edition of They Think It's All Over, this man has truly ruled the tele world because of his brand of surreal humor.
If Sean Lock is funny on television, then he is fantastically hilarious LIVE! His live shows are filled with unimaginable fun and laughter bursting comedy. He has taken his world of comedy in all the major venues and has garnered good response from everyone.
In 2000, he won the British Comedy Award and became the Best Live Comic. He was also nominated for the Perrier Comedy Award. Some of his sell-out live shows are available on DVDs that must be collectors items for his fans.
A powerhouse comedian, a gifted writer, and a truly fabulous stand-up act; Sean Lock deserves thumps up for everything he does. If you want to get the real taste of his inimitable humor, then watch him live and enjoy some of the funniest moments of your life.