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Steve Coogan is a renowned British actor. Though better recognized for his film role outside the UK - one his most cherished roles is that of a talk show host named Alan Partridge.
This performance took a jab at sports commentators and talk show host. Since then Steven Coogans name is a permanent fixture with the British audience who love Alan Partridge for his attitude that reflects an insecure and an egomaniacal talk show host who is obsessed with fame.
Steve is a multi-talented person as he posses the attributes of an actor, a comedian, a writer and also a producer. The man is better known for his film-roles outside the United Kingdom.
Stephen John Coogan, or simply Steve Coogan, was born on the 14th of October, 1965, in Alkrington. A typical Irish, he came from a large family of Catholic origin. Coogan started his career as a comic in Ipswich.
An excellent mimic, Steve worked as voice-over-artist for adverts and impersonations on Spitting Image. One of his famous impressions includes that of Prince Charles. Through 1988-89, his impersonations were also used as jingles on Jeff Youngs radio show called Big Beat.
Coogans breakout character of Alan Partridge, was first aired on the Radio 4 comedy show called On the Hour. From thereon, Coogan had his own his own radio show. He also appeared on TV in The Day Today.
He also ran his own chat show by the name of Knowing Me, Knowing You... with Alan Partridge. This was later followed by his return with yet another sitcom titled I'm Alan Partridge. Coogans famous character Alan Partridge was also a part of his 2008 stand-up tour.
Steve Coogans other famous TV roles includes the character of Paul Calf. This famous portrayal was seen in the form of video diaries in an episode of Coogan's Run, along with various other stand-up performances.
Tommy Saxondale, Duncan Thicket, and Tony Ferrino are also a few roles which are worth mentioning here. Other than performing in various TV shows, Coogan has also starred in Cruise of the Gods, 2002, and in BBC2's The Private Life of Samuel Pepys, 2003.
Coogans famous movie roles include that of Factory Records boss Tony Wilson in the movie 24 Hour Party People. He features as a Mole in Terry Jones' The Wind in the Willows, and also very notably as Phileas Fogg in a re-make version of Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days.
He co-starred with Jackie Chan in that movie. Other performances also mentioned are that of Ambassador Mercy in Marie Antoinette, Bruce Tick in Sweet Revenge, and Octavius the Roman Emperor in Night at the Museum.
His writing skills can be witnessed in the film The Parole Officer, which he co-wrote with Henry Normal, with whom he also founded Baby Cow Productions, in 1999. There are numerous other films and shows in which he has acted, and all of his work defines how talented the man is.
A multitude of awards have been won by Steve Coogan, such as British Comedy Awards also including the BAFTA awards. He has also received the South Bank Show award for his comedian performances.
Listed in The Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy, 2003, and in 2005, he was ranked amongst the top 20 comedy acts ever by fellow comedians in a poll aimed at finding the Comedians' Comedian.
Steve Coogan, the renowned British comedy writer, actor, producer and a comedian, is well defined by his talents and work. He has a real comedic mind and has a great depth and aptitude for comedic acting.