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Richard Blackwood

Richard Blackwood is an English comedian, media personality, occasional actor and MC.

Blackwood presented the UK version of Singled Out on Channel 5 and, in 1999, presented his own show called The Richard Blackwood Show. He scored a UK #3 hit single in 2000, with the song Mama Who Da Man, based on Mama Used to Say by his uncle Junior. He had acting appearances in Holby City in 2003 and played the title character in the 2002... Read more >>

Richard Blackwood

Richard Blackwood Overview

Richard Blackwood is an English comedian, media personality, occasional actor and MC.

Blackwood presented the UK version of Singled Out on Channel 5 and, in 1999, presented his own show called The Richard Blackwood Show. He scored a UK #3 hit single in 2000, with the song Mama Who Da Man, based on Mama Used to Say by his uncle Junior. He had acting appearances in Holby City in 2003 and played the title character in the 2002 television series Ed Stone is Dead. In March 2007, he acted in the Bollywood film Don't Stop Dreaming. In 2010 he played Brightie in Tennessee Williams's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at the Novello Theatre in London. In March 2011, he played the role of Russell the Store Manager in Anuvahood. He is currently playing the role of Donkey in the West End production of Shrek the Musical.

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