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David Walliams

Last updated 06 October 2015

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(unlisted roles): as David: The Kidnappers(Radio Times)[Misc] | as Sydney: The Pitch of Fear(Radio Times)[Misc]
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(tbc): The Web of Caves(Radio Times)[Misc]
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Self: The Graham Norton Show[Related]
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Production Credits
Writer: The Pitch of Fear(Radio Times)[Misc]; The Web of Caves(Radio Times)[Misc]; The Kidnappers(Radio Times)[Misc]
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David Walliams
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David Edward Williams

Born: Fri 20th August 1971 (age: 44)

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Walliams firstTV appearance was as "Lesley Luncheonmeat" on Sky1's show Games World in 1993. He appeared alongside Alex Verrey, who played Big Boy Barry, every Tuesday evening. He went on to be "The Lift" on the first series of the CBBC gameshow Incredible Games in 1994. 

He appeared with The League of Gentlemen's Mark Gatiss, who wrote and appeared in Doctor Who parodies The Pitch of Fear, The Web of Caves and The Kidnappers for BBC2's "Doctor Who Night" in 1999. He later performed in the Big Finish Productions Doctor Who audio play Phantasmagoria, written by Gatiss. Walliams appeared with Matt Lucas in the video of the Fat Les song Vindaloo (the unofficial anthem for the England national football team at the 1998 FIFA World Cup) and had a cameo role in a 1999 episode of Simon Pegg's Spaced (1x3 "Art") as Vulva, an artist/collaborator from Brian's past and now a self-proclaimed artist of impressionism.

In 2000, he played Jake Plaskow in the BBC's Attachments, set in an internet start-up company. In 2001 he was one of the leads in Cruise of the Gods. In 2003 he appeared in EastEnders and Marple.

From 2003 to 2005 Walliams co-wrote and co-starred in three series of the BBC TV character sketch show Little Britain with Matt Lucas, which first aired on BBC3 before moving to the more mainstream BBC1. A successful live stage show of the series, Little Britain Live, was produced in 2006. A number of seasonal and charity specials followed, up to 2009. A spin-off series produced in the USA by HBO, Little Britain USA, followed in 2008, a second series of which is due to air in 2010.

Walliams has also appeared in Series 7, Episode 6 of the BBC 2 show Top Gear.[2][3]