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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Expat Jack, Oct 16, 2020.
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No mention of Benny Hill? Dick Emery, or Kenny Everett? Really picking the best is impossible, depends on personal taste, mood or many other factors, the UK has had many fantastic comedians or comedy characters through the years, much more subtle and clever than the Yanks.
Peter Cook - interviewing a one legged Dudley Moore for the role of Tarzan
Morecambe and Wise used to be in the Christmas TV prime spots.
Went to see Jo Brand at the Arts centre in Pontardawe once, she was crap.
On the other hand, saw Carrot at the Grand in Swansea and he was brilliant
Tommy Cooper, genius
Suspect that quite a few have got the guts to say it but all the little luvvies out there wouldn't be able to cope with it and would cause such uproar that the alleged offenders would be ostracised by those who employ them and so the outcome could be career ending.
Modern times, Stewart Lee.
Yeah - we're funny f*ckers...
In every sense, in every sense.
Caroline Aherne and Catherine Tate, both super talented.
As a kid a stand out memory is Freddie Star as hitler in wellies
Does “Humph” fit into this category as ‘I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue” was the funniest thing on the radio for years under his Chairmanship? Humphrey Lyttelton was a deadpan genius of doubles entendres and inuendos!
I must say the person making me laugh most at the moment is Bob Mortimer!
Roy Hudd ?
I used to love Shooting Stars, Vic and Bob made a good pair!...
A lot of stiff competition, but the most talented (and laziest) of all must be Peter Cook.