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Directory of British Comedians
Guide picks
Alphabetically arranged, the best of British comedians.

Armstrong and Miller
Oodles of info about comedy duo Ben Miller and Alexander Armstrong. Yo daddy.

Arthur Askey
Real old timer from way back, recently posthumously honoured by the British Comedy Society.

Rowan Atkinson
All you ever wanted to know about the man behind BlackAdder, Mr Bean and more.

Michael Bentine
From The Goons to Potty Time - well documented site devoted to a man whose interests cover everything from the paranormal to art restoration...and of course - comedy.

Richard Blackwood
Dedicated to one of Channel 4's brighter comedy stars.

Arnold Brown
Scottish alternative comedian recognised as a founding father of British alternative comedy.

Roy 'Chubby' Brown
One of the most foul-mouthed comics on the comedy circuit. His act causes offence to many, but he has built up a dedicated following.

Ed Byrne
Rising star in the stand-up comedy firmament. Funny with floppy hair.

Rhona Cameron
Scottish funny gal. Recently exploded onto our screens in first British lesbian sitcom.

Charlie Chaplin
Basic but thorough guide to the life and works of the silent movie star.

Steve Coogan
Fan site packed with information on all Coogan's characters, including Alan Partridge and Paul Calf.

Peter Cook
An extensive homage to one of the British comedy greats.

Alan Davies
He's everywhere on TV just now - in drama (and adverts) as well as comedy roles.

Les Dawson
Another comedy classic. Find out all about the great crumpled comic here.

Adrian Edmondson
Fan site dedicated to the anarchic British comedian.

Ben Elton
Basic FAQ and background on one of the most successful comedic writers and stand-up comedians in the country.

Lee Evans
Packed with info on the quirky physical comedian whose sweaty uniqueness is captured here.

Stephen Fry
Updates on the wry British comic and writer tailor made to play Oscar Wilde in the recent biopic.

Boothby Graffoe
Amiable and creative stand-up named after a small town in Lincolnshire.

Jeff Green
'Stand up's most irresistable rogue.' Thorough and informative site about the London comic.

Dave Gorman
Perrier nominated comedian with a unique web site all his own.

Tony Hancock
Comedy colossus from the 60s whose tragic story is laid bare here.

Frankie Howerd
Titter Ye Not! Tribute site to the popular funny man from days of yore. Oh please yourself!

Lee Hurst
Includes information about his own Backyard Comedy Club.

Phil Kay
A truly one-off. You never know what to expect next from this master of mirth.

Daniel Kitson
Proving that image isn't everything. This likeable stand up's got a nice streak of self-denigrating humour.

Mark Lamarr
Find out all you ever wanted to know about the 1950s throwback. Includes a biography, articles, pictures and quotes.

Hugh Laurie
Star of many British sitcoms and 'A Bit of Fry and Laurie' and also an acclaimed comedy actor.

Josie Lawrence
Comedy store stalwart and improv queen.

Lee and Herring
Massive site containing archives from This Morning With Richard, Not Judy, Fist of Fun and lots more.

Fred MacAulay
The gospel according to Saint Fred - well made fan site for the Scottish comedian.

Rik Mayall
Another survivor from the 80s Comedy Store and one half of the Dangerous Brothers, recently branched out into films.

Paul Merton
Innit Marvellous - a whole site dedicated to the funny one from Have I Got News For You.

Max Miller
Homage to the original cheeky chappie. Britain's top comedian in the 1930s, 40s and 50s.

Spike Milligan
The one and only Spike. Details of his life and works in a very basic web site.

Morecambe and Wise
Of all the comedy acts produced by Britain, Morecambe and Wise are perhaps the best loved and most fondly remembered.

Neil Mullarkey
The Comedy Store Player and Whose Line Is It Anyway? regular.

Simon Munnery
Innovative comedian with many guises. this is a League Against Tedium site.

Rob Newman
Comedian, writer and political activist all rolled into one.

Ross Noble
Groovy site for comic with a gift for improvising hysterical, elaborate routines.

Graham Norton
OK, so he's Irish. Unofficial tribute to the naughty late night comedian includes highlights from featured sites on his show.

Simon Pegg
Comedian, writer, actor, skateboarder, lover of obscure Japanese pop music. Star of Spaced, Hippies and Big Train.

Leonard Rossiter
Detailed fan site of the comedian's life and career.

Peter Sellers
A fan site stuffed with information and clips about the Goon and movie star.

Frank Skinner
Fan site devoted to the Laddish comic. Beware the midi Three Lions intro!

Jim Tavare
Bizarre comic with double bass and stuff.

The Mark Thomas Comedy Product
Regularly updated site where you can catch up on the stunts pulled during Mark Thomas' last series.

Johnny Vegas
Site reflecting his unique live show, which incorporates his famous potterís wheel and Butlins-style singalongs.

Tim Vine
A shrine to the modern master of the wacky one-liner.

Norman Wisdom
Old trooper and a master of pathos and falling over. Still going strong and now a Sir.

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