Alistair Barrie is a British actor and stand-up comedian.
Andrew O'Neill (born 14 September 1979) is a stand-up comedian, musician, presenter, and writer. He lives in London.
Andy Kind is a British stand-up comedian and one of the initiators of the UK Clean Comedy movement. He has been performing since January 2005 and by the end of that year had won ‘Anything for Laffs’, one of the best known competitions in the Manchester area. He's performed at a number of major festivals, specialises as a compere and also runs a number of regular comedy workshops.
Andy Parsons (born 1967) is an English comedian and writer, who regularly appears on Mock the Week. With comedy partner Henry Naylor, he has written and presented nine seasons of Parsons and Naylor’s Pull-Out Sections for BBC Radio 2.
Angie Le Mar (born 27 October 1965) is a British comedian, actor, writer, director, presenter and producer.
Anna Crilly (born 28 November 1975 in Pembury, Kent) is an English actress and comedian.
Cannon and Ball are an English comedy double act consisting of Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball. The duo met in the early 1960s while working as welders in Oldham. They started out as singers working the pubs and clubs of Lancashire and switched to comedy after being told comics earned an extra £3 a night.
George Colin Crompton (22 June 1931 – 24 August 1985) was an English stand-up comedian.
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