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Main Cast Reviews  Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders, Simon Brint Categories  Comedy Duration  1987 - 2017 7.2

Review
This is a BBC comedy skit show. It was created by comedy duo Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders. The show was about British life and television. The show also included celebrities like Patsy Kensit, Lulu and Kate Moss. These two comedians were hilarious. They created laugh out loud outrageous moments!

Cast:
Dawn French as Various Characters / ... 52 episodes 1987-2017,
Jennifer Saunders as Various Characters / ... 52 episodes 1987-2017,
Simon Brint as Ken Bishop / ... 29 episodes 1987-2017,
Rowland Rivron as Duane Bishop / ... 27 episodes 1987-2017,

More Cast (278) ...
Patrick Barlow as Alfred / ... 8 episodes 1990-2017,
Harriet Thorpe as Countess of Hertzegovina / ... 8 episodes 1987-2003,
Kirsty MacColl as Self / ... 7 episodes 1988-1990,
Lorna Brown as PA / ... 7 episodes 2004-2017,
Kevin Allen as Anthony Newley / ... 8 episodes 1990-2017,
Kathy Burke as Angela's agent / ... 7 episodes 1988-1999,
Liza Tarbuck as The Producer / ... 6 episodes 2004,
Betty Marsden as Madame / ... 6 episodes 1987,
Olwyn Atkinson as The Hot Hoofers 5 episodes 1987,
Ina Clare as The Hot Hoofers 5 episodes 1987,
Brenda Cowling as 5 episodes 2004,
June Easther as The Hot Hoofers 5 episodes 1987,
Janette Tough as Anadin Skywalker / ... 5 episodes 1993-2017,
Vivienne Jay as The Hot Hoofers 5 episodes 1987,
Peter Johnston as The Hot Hoofers 5 episodes 1987,
Kate Moss as Self / ... 4 episodes 1996,
Sue Perkins as E Incluso 4 episodes 1996,
Mel Giedroyc as E Incluso 4 episodes 1996,
Sidney Cole as Guard / ... 4 episodes 1993-1995,
Eileen Essell as 4 episodes 2004,
Caroline Haig as The Hot Hoofers 4 episodes 1987,
Tim Wylton as Mr. St. Angelo Collins 5 episodes 1993-2004,
Christine Mackie as 4 episodes 1987,
Marcia Tucker as 4 episodes 1987,
Lenny Henry as Announcer / ... 2 episodes 1988-1996,
Lulu as Self 3 episodes 1988-2017,
Ian Tough as Ian Krankie 3 episodes 1993-1996,
Sean Chapman as Elrond 3 episodes 1994-2002,
Mac McDonald as Comedy Emcee 3 episodes 1990-1995,
Adrian Edmondson as James Macaroon / ... 3 episodes 1988-2017,
Mavis Nicholson as Self 3 episodes 1988-1995,
Patsy Kensit as Self 2 episodes 1996,
Maggie Steed as Agent / ... 3 episodes 1998-2004,
Jools Holland as Self 3 episodes 1987-2003,
Jon Plowman as Commissionaire / ... 1 episode 2003-2017,
Jane Asher as Self 2 episodes 1990-1993,
Christopher Biggins as Self 2 episodes 1993-1995,
Helen Lederer as Baby Sue / ... 2 episodes 1988-1998,
Joanna Bowen as 2 episodes 1993,
Joanna Lumley as Self 2 episodes 1998-2017,
Bernie Clifton as Self 2 episodes 1993-1995,
Joan Bakewell as Self 2 episodes 1988-1990,
Felicity Kendal as Costellare Ospite / ... 2 episodes 1996-2003,
Roy Hudd as Self 2 episodes 1993-1995,
Paul Rider as 2 episodes 2002-2004,
Helen Mirren as Self 2 episodes 1996-2017,
Lisa Coleman as Shirley 2 episodes 1993-1996,
Gareth Snook as 2 episodes 1990-1995,
Samantha Carr as 2 episodes 1988,
David Gilliam as 2 episodes 1993,
Gary Forecast as 2 episodes 1988,
Roger Moss as 3 episodes 1993-1995,
Dawn Reddall as 2 episodes 1988,
Samantha Spencer-Lane as 2 episodes 1988,
Gary Waldhorn as Bruce Ismay / ... 2 episodes 1996-1998,
Darren Day as Jude Law 1 episode 2004,
Ed Bishop as Head of Light Entertainment / ... 3 episodes 1988-1995,
Alison Moyet as Self 2 episodes 1987-1988,
Darcey Bussell as Self 1 episode 1993,
Richard Briers as Self 1 episode 1994,
Dusty Springfield as Self 1 episode 1996,
Sue Barker as Costellare Ospite 1 episode 1996,
Selina Cadell as 1 episode 1999,
Richard Madeley as Self 1 episode 2002,
John Nettles as DCI Barnaby 1 episode 2003,
John Humphrys as Self 1 episode 2005,
Victoria Graham as Newsreader 1 episode 2017,
Ben Elton as Self 1 episode 1988,
Sue Jones-Davies as 1 episode 1988,
Brian Conway as 1 episode 1988,
Anthony Dowell as Self 1 episode 1993,
Russ Conway as Self 1 episode 1994,
Clarke Peters as Lt. Johnny Cochrane 1 episode 1996,
Michael Praed as Sally 1 episode 1996,
Mossie Smith as Self 1 episode 1996,
Muriel Gray as Self 1 episode 1996,
Stephen Frost as 1 episode 1999,
William Franklyn as 1 episode 1999,
Judy Finnigan as Self 1 episode 2002,
Daniel Casey as DS Troy 1 episode 2003,
Basil Brush as Self 1 episode 2004,
Kacey Ainsworth as Self 1 episode 2005,
Robbie Coltrane as Big Daddy / ... 1 episode 1988,
Sarah Greene as Television Presenter 1 episode 1988-1993,
Glenn Tilbrook as Self 1 episode 1988,
Annabelle Hampson as 1 episode 1988,
Terrance Conder as 1 episode 1988,
Jerry Hall as Self 1 episode 1990,
Eleanor Bron as Dr. Marcia Hardstein 1 episode 1990,
Nicholas Hytner as 1 episode 1990,
Carl Davis as Self 1 episode 1990,
Lynn Faulds Wood as Self 1 episode 1990,
Susie Fairfax as 1 episode 1993,
Robert Carwithen as 1 episode 1993,
Anita Harris as Anita Harris 1 episode 1994,
Robbie Richardson as 1 episode 1995,
Janet McTeer as Self 1 episode 1996,
Rosemary Leach as Self 1 episode 1996,
Clare Francis as Self 1 episode 1996,
John Inman as Darth Sid 1 episode 1999,
Dale Winton as Lord Saruman the White 1 episode 2002,
Pam Ferris as Self 1 episode 2003,
Dan Clark as Glynis 1 episode 2004,
Lewis Bundy as 1 episode 2004,
Shane Richie as Alfie Moon / ... 1 episode 2005-2017,
Ian Sears as 1 episode 1988,
Terry Molloy as 1 episode 1988,
Charlie Reid as Self 1 episode 1988,
Craig Reid as Self 1 episode 1988,
Clive Panto as 1 episode 1988,
Nigel Planer as Andy 1 episode 1990,
Maggie Philbin as Self 1 episode 1990,
Marie Helvin as Self 1 episode 1990,
Sarah Walker as Self 1 episode 1990,
David Horovitch as 2 episodes 1993-1995,
Lee Cornes as Dickie Valentino 1 episode 1993,
Paul Stobart as 1 episode 1993,
Geraldine McEwan as Self 1 episode 1994,
Ann Mitchell as Self 1 episode 1996,
Geraldine McNulty as 1 episode 1998,
Robert Pugh as 1 episode 1999,
Alastair Mackenzie as Archie MacDonald 1 episode 2002,
Michelle Collins as Regan Lear 1 episode 2004,
Alex Lowe as Driver 1 episode 2004,
Rochelle Gadd as 1 episode 2004,
Andrew Coppin as 1 episode 2004,
Jessie Wallace as Self 1 episode 2005,
Jack Farthing as George / ... 1 episode 2017,
Stephanie Beacham as Doreena Petherbridge 1 episode 1988,
June Whitfield as Self 1 episode 1988,
Steven O'Donnell as 1 episode 1988,
Chris Ifill as 1 episode 1988,
David Beard as 1 episode 1993,
Anna Wing as Old Lady 1 episode 1994,
Lynda La Plante as Self 1 episode 1996,
David Vine as Self 1 episode 1999,
Trude Mostue as Self 1 episode 2002,
Brian Cox as King Lear 1 episode 2004,
Pauline McLynn as Enthusiastic Fan 1 episode 2004,
Eve Pollard as The Director General 1 episode 2004,
Barry Castagnola as 1 episode 2004,
Tanya Byron as Self 1 episode 2005,
Eleanor Tomlinson as Demelza Poldark / ... 1 episode 2017,
Louisa Rix as Woman in Shower 1 episode 1988,
Sharon Boyce as 1 episode 1988,
Colin Layne as 1 episode 1988,
David Gilmour as Self 1 episode 1990,
Stuart Fell as 1 episode 1990,
Greg Cruttwell as Greg 1 episode 1993,
Jonathan Ross as Johnny Carson 1 episode 1993,
Jakko M. Jakszyk as 1 episode 1993,
Jan Anderson as 1 episode 2002,
Suzy Aitchison as Murder Victim 1 episode 2003,
Sally Phillips as Self 1 episode 2005,
Toyah Willcox as Self 1 episode 1988,
Vas Blackwood as Jazza 1 episode 1990,
Mark King as Self 1 episode 1990,
Arthur Cox as 1 episode 1993,
Beverly Hills as Beverley 1 episode 1993,
Julia Sawalha as Self 1 episode 1996,
Rosie Cavaliero as 1 episode 2002,
Mark Lamarr as Mark Lamarr 1 episode 2004,
Max Digby as 1 episode 2004,
Rufus Wainwright as Self 1 episode 2005,
Mark Davis as 1 episode 1988,
Mark Knopfler as Self 1 episode 1990,
Mark Greenstreet as 1 episode 1990,
Courtney Pine as Clarinet / ... 1 episode 1990,
Carla Mendonça as Lavinia 1 episode 1993,
Craig Rogan as 1 episode 2002,
Paul Robinson as 1 episode 2003,
Ian Dunn as 1 episode 2004,
Dave Lamb as 1 episode 2004,
Jon Glover as Douglas 1 episode 1987,
Rupert Bates as 1 episode 1987,
Michael Grade as Self 1 episode 1987,
Cass Allen as 1 episode 1987,
Lemmy as Self 1 episode 1990,
Paul Cavalier as 1 episode 1990,
Thomas Arklie as 1 episode 1993,
Anthony Warren as 1 episode 2002,
Roger Griffiths as 1 episode 2004,
Stephen Powell as 1 episode 2004,
John Fitzmaurice as 1 episode 2004,
Pamela Cundell as 1 episode 1987,
Eric Carte as 1 episode 1987,
Crispin Letts as Mike 1 episode 1987,
Terry Bradford as 1 episode 1987,
Wayne Fowkes as 1 episode 1988,
Paul Neaum as 1 episode 1988,
Ralph McTell as 1 episode 1990,
Hermine Demoriane as 1 episode 1990,
Rupert Penry-Jones as Stage Manager 1 episode 1994,
Amanda Holden as Cordelia Lear 1 episode 2004,
Penny Smith as Newsreader 1 episode 2004,
Harry Enfield as 1 episode 1987,
Oscar Quitak as Dr. Fennell 1 episode 1987,
June Ellis as 1 episode 1987,
David Crane as 1 episode 1987,
Lisa Jayn as 1 episode 1988,
Gary Moore as Self 1 episode 1990,
Christopher Ryan as 1 episode 1994,
Miranda Forbes as Connie 1 episode 1996,
Derren Litten as 1 episode 2004,
Gemma Walton as 1 episode 2004,
Hilda Fenemore as 1 episode 1987,
Elaine Ford as 1 episode 1987,
Tom Fahy as 1 episode 1987,
Steve Rider as Self 1 episode 1987,
Roberta Hamond as 1 episode 1987,
Matt Lucas as 1 episode 2004,
Jane Findlay as 1 episode 1987,
Trevor Leighton as 1 episode 1987,
Paula Jacobs as Mrs. St. Angelo Collins 1 episode 1993,
Denise Van Outen as Lear's Middle Daughter 1 episode 2004,
Martin Muncaster as 1 episode 1987,
Richard Lloyd-Morgan as 1 episode 1987,
Kate McEnery as Joan St. Angelo Collins Aged 10 1 episode 1993,
David Walliams as 1 episode 2004,
Julie T. Wallace as Self 1 episode 1987,
Roy Castle as Self 1 episode 1987,
Nina Myskow as Self 1 episode 1987,
Elizabeth Halton as Carmen Singer 1 episode 1987,
Jade Magri as 1 episode 1993,
Ruby Wax as The Executive 1 episode 2004,
Sharron Davies as Self 1 episode 1987,
Peter Wear as 1 episode 1987,
Dinah Harris as Carmen Singer 1 episode 1987,
Ben Miller as Book customer #2 1 episode 1993,
Marc Wootton as Self 1 episode 2004,
Pamela Armstrong as Self 1 episode 1987,
Allan Hargreaves as Self 1 episode 1987,
Angela Hickey as Carmen Singer 1 episode 1987,
Beryl Korman as Carmen Singer 1 episode 1987,
Rik Mayall as Dawn's co-star 1 episode 1987,
Robert Bateman as Carmen Singer 1 episode 1987,
Gordon Christie as Carmen Singer 1 episode 1987,
Patrick Donnelly as Carmen Singer 1 episode 1987,
Howard Milner as Carmen Singer 1 episode 1987,
Joan Armatrading as Self 1 episode 1987,
Ellen Thomas as Various characters 1 episode 1988,
Eileen Page as Various characters 1 episode 1988,
Paula Yates as Self 1 episode 1988,
Max Gold as Various characters 1 episode 1988,
Kevin Godley as Self 1 episode 1988,
Chris Difford as Self 1 episode 1988,
Robert Grimsey as Dancer 1 episode 1988,
Raymond Stevenson as Dancer 1 episode 1988,
Saverio Coppolino as Dancer 1 episode 1988,
Robert Downer as Dancer 1 episode 1988,
George Avory as Various characters 1 episode 1988,
Tristan Rafael as Dancer 1 episode 1988,
Louise Lombard as Self 1 episode 1993,
Stella Gonet as Self 1 episode 1993,
Cathy Murphy as Self 1 episode 1993,
Victoria Beckham as Self 1 episode 1998,
Emma Bunton as Self 1 episode 1998,
Melanie C as Self 1 episode 1998,
Mel B as Self 1 episode 1998,
Spice Girls as Themselves 1 episode 1998,
Rebecca Nagan as Leprechaun 1 episode 1998,
Don Austen as Leprechaun 1 episode 1998,
Riverdance as Themselves 1 episode 1998,
Dusty Bin as DB-321 1 episode 1999,
Keturah Sorrell as Lady in Audience (uncredited) 5 episodes 1987,
Tina Simmons as Secretary (uncredited) 1 episode 1987,
Derek Lyons as Quick Nose courier (uncredited) 1 episode 1988,
Lee Richards as Barmaid (uncredited) 1 episode 1988,
Mark Moore as DJ (uncredited) 1 episode 1990,
Eva Gray as Spaceship Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 1996,
Zoe Selah Smith as Fellini Muse (uncredited) 1 episode 1996,
Andreas Petrides as Darth Maul (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Alan Yentob as Self (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Anastacia as Self (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Michael Winsor as Basil Brush (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Emma Raine Walker as (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Claudia Winkleman as (uncredited) 1 episode 2005


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