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Matt Lucas

Actor, Comedian & Writer

Matt Lucas first came to prominence in Shooting Stars with Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer. Together with David Walliams, he reaped massive success with the smash hit series Little Britain. The three BBC series and 2 Christmas specials won nearly every award for which they were nominated including 3 Baftas.

"One of the UK's best loved actors and comedians"

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In detail

Matt completed two series of The Matt Lucas Awards for BBC1, and Pompidou for BBC2. Matt has played Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum in both Disney Alice in Wonderland films. He also appeared in the hit adaptation Paddington and his latest film roles include the sci-fi comedy How to Talk to Girls at Parties and A Futile and Stupid Gesture. Matt starred as the series regular Nardole in Doctor Who series 10 and fulfilled a lifetime ambition to appear in Les Miserables playing Thenardier in both the 25th Anniversary Concert at the O2 Arena, and for a run in the West End. Matt starred as the lead in the revived version of the classic British musical Me and My Girl, at the Chichester Festival Theatre.

What he offers you

Matt demonstrates to businesses the importance of creativity and its direct relationship to all aspects of the corporate spectrum. He shares with audiences his knowledge on how to create the conditions in which one's creativity can best flourish.

How he presents

Matt Lucas is unrivalled with his exceptional use of humour leaving audiences with a highly memorable and rewarding performance.

Languages

He presents in English.

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Topics

  • Creative Inspiration from The TV World
  • Awards Hosting
  • Q&A

Publications

  • 2018
    Little Me
  • 2007
    Inside Little Britain

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