Steve Steen has been performing pretty much everywhere since 1972. He’s appeared in every funny programme you’ve heard of including Blackadder, Fry and Laurie, Have I got news for you, Whose Line is it anyway and …The Bill.
It was inevitable that a man like Steve would spend a spell in prison, and in 1979 he was duly banged up in 'Porridge' the film spin-off from the tv series. Upon his release he promised to mend his ways and went to Berlin to perform in the celebration of a 100 years of German culture where he was banned and almost booted out of the country.
Channel four started up and their first home grown comedy series was 'Little Armadillos' starring Steve and his mate Jim Sweeney
You name it he's done it, The Kenny Everett Show', `Carrott Confidential`, Saturday Night Live', 'Russell Harty's Christmas Party', 'Wogan', 'Blackadder the Third', 'A Bit of Fry and Laurie', 'Red Dwarf', 'The Staggering Stories of Ferdinand de Bargos', 'Spitting Image', 'Clive Anderson Talks Back', 'Have I Got News For You', 'Whose Line Is It Anyway', 'The Bill', 'The Lenny Henry Show', 'The Rory Bremner Show', 'The Good Sex Guide', 'Crapston Villas', 'Jo Brand Through the Cakehole', 'The Paul Merton Show', etc, etc, blah blah blah…
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