Nick Revell biography

Nick Revell

Comedian, TV Writer

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Who is Nick Revell?

Nick Revell is a British stand-up comedian and writer for radio and television. Born John Revell, he studied at Lincoln College, Oxford.

Revell started performing stand-up in 1980 at Comedy Store, where he later became a regular MC, between 1982 and 1992. According to his website, he then gave up being a stand up comedian and started writing for radio and television until 2002.

At the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 1987 he won both the coveted Perrier Award and The Blackheath Award for Excellence.

He has written several comedy radio shows including The Million Pound Radio Show, The Sunday Format, The House of the Spirit Levels and two series of The Nick Revell Show. He has written material for other comedians including Jasper Carrott and Dave Allen. Television shows he has contributed to include Not the Nine O'Clock News, Naked Video, Three of a Kind and Drop the Dead Donkey.

He has written two novels, The House of Spirit Levels and Night of the Toxic Ostrich, which was published in 2000.

He has appeared in several radio shows, such as Old Harry's Game, The Million Pound Radio Show and The Nick Revell Show.

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Nationality
  • United Kingdom
Profession
Education
  • Lincoln College, Oxford

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on July 23, 2013

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