Richard Leslie VRANCH

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1959-06-29
Education Bristol GS, Trinity Hall Cambridge (MA, PhD)
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Recreations travel in Europe and Latin America
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Style Richard Vranch
Career actor, writer and former musician; writing incl: films for NatWest, Boots, AA, Harper Collins, Ryman and the Sheik (play for Tamasha Theatre Co) 2002, articles, comedy sketches, feature film script Sole Representation 1999; Plessey res fell St John's Coll Oxford 1984-85; guest speaker Big Science (Royal Instn) 2013; >ir< work incl: Aftertaste (with >qv1qv2<26024>qv3<, >ir<) 1981-, The Comedy Store Players 1986-, English Teaching Theatre (tour to Europe, ME and Mexico) 1988-94, Secret Policeman's Biggest Ball (Cambridge Theatre) 1990, Hysteria 2 and Hysteria 3 1991, Clive in The Dead Set 1992, Paul Merton Show (London Palladium) 1994, Lifegame (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Mexico (one-man show) 1999, YarnBards 2004-, Paul Merton's Impro Chums 2004-, Paul Merton Out of My Mind (Vaudeville Theatre) 2013; >ir< appearances incl: Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Channel 4) 1988-97, The Secret Policeman's Biggest Ball 1990, Jackanory (BBC) 1993 and 1994, The Music Game (Channel 4) 1993, Cue the Music 1994-96, Beat That Einstein (Channel 4) 1994, Paul Merton at the Palladium (BBC) 1994, Mind Games (BBC) 2005, Celebrity Weakest Link (BBC) 2005; various animations and voice overs; writer Smack the Pony 1999-2002; >ir< for BBC Radio 4 incl: The Hot Club 1989, Wordly Wise 1997, Cross Questioned 1997, Just a Minute 1999, Puzzle Panel 2005, Loose-Ends 2010; Jammin (BBC Radio 2, team capt) 2001-04; >ir< Balloon Seller in The Suicidal Dog
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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