Sean Lock is one of the UKís most highly acclaimed and original comedians, making his stage debut with a five-minute open spot in a small pub in Hackney in 1988. His stand-up is the product of a hyperactive imagination combining hilariously surreal imagery and insightful observations on the human condition.
Sean is a regular at Londonís Comedy Store and has appeared at all the major festivals around the world including Edinburgh, Melbourne, Montreal and the Stavanger Humorfestivat in Norway.
Sean has performed in some of the most successful live shows of recent years regularly touring the country certainly helped by his regular appearances as team captain on the topical comedy panel show, 8 Out of 10 Cats. He has also had his own show on Channel 4, TV Heaven, Telly Hell.
Sean has written and starred in his own BBC sitcom 15 Storeys High as Vince the lifeguard who lives in a South London tower block. The show quickly established itself as one of the most original comedy series of recent years and is a cult classic. He also wrote and presented TVís Believe It Or Not for BBC4 and The Great British Sunday where Sean looks at what Sundays always meant to him Ė from hangovers to Jack Hargreaves, from Sunday school and stately homes to utter boredom.
Seanís extensive television credits include appearances on QI (BBC2), Have I Got News for You (BBC2), They Think Itís All Over (BBC2), Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC2), The World Of Lee Evans (Channel 4), Hereís Johnny (BBC2) and The Stand Up Show (BBC2).
As a writer Sean co-created Mark Lamarrís Leaving The 20th Century (BBC2), and has contributed to such shows as Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC2), Itís Only TV But I like It (BBC2) and Is It Bill Bailey (Channel 4).
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