Lee Evans is an English actor and writer best known for his stand up comedy tours such as Big (2008) and Roadrunner (2011) and has won awards including the Perrier...Read More
Lee Evans is an English actor and writer best known for his stand up comedy tours such as Big (2008) and Roadrunner (2011) and has won awards including the Perrier Comedy Award at the 1993 Edinburgh Festival and the Channel 4 Award for his contribution to comedy at the 2011 British Comedy Awards.
Lee has graced the stage in a number of productions, most notably as nervous accountant Leo Bloom in alongside Nathan Lane in the west end production of Mel Brooks’ classic The Producers (2005) and in the 50th anniversary production of The Dumb Waiter (2007) at Trafalgar Studios.
His big screen debut was in comedy flick Funny Bones (1995) which won him Best Actor that year at the Paris Film Festival. Lee went on to appear in a number of big budget American films including The Fifth Element (1997), family comedy Mousehunt (1997), There’s Something about Mary (1998) and the voice of Train in the 2005 feature film of children’s classic The Magic Roundabout.
Lee has also featured in a number of television movies including The History of Mr Polly (2007) and The Dinner Party (2007), and has lent his voice to the fantasy mini-series Dinotopia (2002), as well as appearing in an Easter special of Doctor Who (2009).Read Less
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