British Comedy

British comedy, in film, radio and television, is known for its consistently quirky characters, plots and settings, and has produced some of the most famous and memorable comic actors and characters in the last fifty years.

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The Catherine Tate Show - Series Two (2005)
... nominated for the People's Choice Award at the British Comedy Awards in 2005, but did not win after it was announced that the show had received less votes than Ant and Dec's Saturday Night ... it was revealed in May 2008 that The Catherine Tate Show was the true winner of the British Comedy Award, and that Ant and Dec were wrongly awarded Tate had actually ... On 13 December 2006, Tate won another British Comedy Award for "Best TV Comedy Actress" for her work in the second series of The Catherine Tate Show ...
Sally Phillips - Career
... to be her big break and she was nominated for best female newcomer at the British Comedy Awards that year ... She had a starring role in the short-lived 1999 British comedy series Hippies (with Simon Pegg and Julian Rhind-Tutt), and also co-created and wrote ... In 2003, she was listed in The Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy ...
Celebrity Juice - Reception - Awards
... Year Award Category Result 2011 TV Choice Awards Best Entertainment Show Won British Comedy Awards Best Comedy Panel Show Nominated 2012 TV Choice Awards Best Entertainment Show Won National Television Awards Most ...
British Comedy - Television
... Almost all British comedies include at least 15 episodes per year, mini-series are generally shorter, including around 6 to 7 ... The BBC has generally been dominant in television comedy, but the commercial stations have also had some successes ... Other formats have also been popular, with sketch shows, stand-up comedy, impressionists and even puppet shows finding success ...
List Of Peep Show Episodes
... Peep Show is a British sitcom starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb ... Best European Sitcom" in 2004, "Best TV Comedy" at the British Comedy Awards in 2006 and 2007, "Best Television Comedy Actor" for Mitchell in the 2007 British Comedy Awards, "Best Returning ...

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