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Now established as one of Britain's best-loved and biggest comedy stars, ex-boxer Lee Evans has captured audiences' and critics' imagination with his irrepressible physicality and disarming charm.
The winner of the Time Out Award for Comedy, Smash Hits Award and the highly coveted Perrier Award, he has been described by the press as "a dazzling comic genius".
Lee has recently finished filming Plots With a View (co-starring Christopher Walken and Brenda Blethyn) for Autumn release in the UK and the Hollywood movie Highbinders, with martial arts king Jackie Chan, due for release in 2003.
leaving art school, Lee spent six years touring clubs all across the
British Isles and, eventually, on what became the alternative comedy
circuit, gaining a regular weekly spot at London's famous Comedy Store.
Christmas Special for the ITV network and the video Lee Evans Live - The Different Planet Tour (1996)
The World of Lee Evans series, Channel 4 (1995)
Viva Cabaret (1994)
An Evening with Lee Evans, Channel 4 (Christmas 1993)
Jack Dee Christmas Show Channel 4 (1993)
The Tortoise and the Hare, the follow up to Chicken Run for Dreamworks and Aardmann Productions. (release date tbc)
Plots with a View with Christopher Walken, Brenda Blethyn and Alfred Molina, due for release next year. (2003)
Vacuums, a STOMP feature film, due to be released later this year. (2002)
The Martins with Kathy Burke (2001)
In 2000, Lee worked with the NBC Saturday Night Live team on the film Ladies Man with Tim Meadows and Will Farrell
Lee starred in the Farrelly Brothers' movie There's Something About Mary alongside Cameron Diaz and Ben Stiller
In 1998 Lee appeared in the box office smash Mousehunt with co-stars Nathan Lane of Birdcage fame and Christopher Walken
The Oscar-nominated short film Brooms by the creators of STOMP (1997)
The Fifth Element with Bruce Willis and Gary Oldman. (1997)
Funny Bones, directed by Peter Chelsom (Hear My Song) (1995)