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Jack Dee

Since The Jack Dee Show hit the small screen in February 1992, Jack Dee has become a household name.

Jack first came to prominence on the live comedy scene in 1991 winning the British Comedy Award for Best Stage Newcomer and an Edinburgh Festival Perrier Award nomination.

Since then he has had sell-out tours nationally and internationally, hosted several series of The Jack Dee Show (C4), received two Golden Arrow awards for his part in the now famous John Smith Bitter commercials and won the Top Television Comedy Personality at the 1995 British Comedy Awards.

1996 saw the live recording of Jack's Saturday Night for ITV followed by Jack Dee's Sunday Service in 1997.

Jack Dee Live In London was filmed on the last night of a 6 week sell-out West End run at the Gielgud Theatre and released on video.

In 1997 he also received his third British Comedy Award for Best Stand Up Comedian.

Jack showed his acting talents as part of the cast of the West End smash hit "Art" in 1998 for two seasons and in 1999 was team captain for a new game show with Jonathan Ross and Julian Clary called It's Only TV But I Like It (BBC1).


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