(Gordon) Angus DEAYTON

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1956-01-06
Education Caterham Sch Surrey, New Coll Oxford (BA)
Books & Publications
Recreations soccer (former Crystal Palace FC triallist), tennis, skiing
Clubs Groucho, Soho House, Home House, Garrick
Style Angus Deayton
Career writer and broadcaster; with Oxford Revue at Edinburgh Festival 1978 and 1979, memb Hee Bee Gee Bees pop parody gp 1979-85, writer and performer Radio Active (BBC Radio 4) 1980-87 (various awards incl from BPG and Sony); writer/performer: Brunch (Capital Radio) 1985-88, Uncyclopaedia of Rock (Capital Radio) 1986-87 (Monaco Radio award 1986), Rowan Atkinson Stage Show (UK, Aust and NY) 1986-90, Alexei Sayle's Stuff (BBC2) 1988-91, One Foot in the Grave (BBC1) 1989-2000; writer/presenter: KYTV (BBC2) 1989-93 (Grand Prix and Silver Rose of Montreux 1992), TV Hell (BBC2) 1992, Have I Got News For You 1990-2002, In Search of Happiness 1995, End of the Year Show 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 2000, The Lying Game 1997, Before They Were Famous 1997-2005, The Temptation Game 1998, History of Alternative Comedy 1999, Not Another Awards Show 1999, Millenium Sketch Show 1999, Not Another Gameshow, News Bulletin, Eurovision Song Contest 2002, Posh'n'Becks: The Reign in Spain 2003-05, Nighty Night 2003-05; presenter: BAFTA Awards 1996 and 2001, Hell's Kitchen 2004-07, Bognor or Bust 2004, New Year's Dishonours List 2005, Heartless 2005, Comic Relief Does University Challenge 2003 and 2005, Absolute Power 2005-07, Stick to What You Know 2005, Help Your Self 2006, Only Fools on Horses 2006, Would I Lie to You? 2007 and 2008, Comedy Sketchbook 2008, British Comedy Awards 2008, Pete'n Dud - The Lost Sketches 2010, It's Your Round (Radio 4) 2011 and 2012, Pramface 2012-13, World's Most Dangerous Roads 2013, Waterloo Road 2013; appearance in Swinging with the Finkels (film) 2011; other awards incl: Newcomer of the Year TV Comedy Awards 1991, Best TV Performance in a non-acting role BPG Awards 1992, New Talent of the Year TV and Radio Industry Club Awards 1992, BBC TV Personality of the Year TV and Radio Industry Club Awards 1995
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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