Duncan Wisbey - Radio and Television

Radio and Television

In television, Wisbey performed in and contributed to the writing of Alistair McGowan's Big Impression. He is also the voice of the character Migo in The Roly Mo Show. In 2005 he appeared as himself in the documentary Dirty Fan Male about his live comedy show of the same name. Other parts have included appearances in the series Peak Practice and The Bill.

In radio, Wisbey has appeared in the BBC productions Trapped, Undone, The Secret World and Go 4 It. Wisbey also appeared in the fifth installment of the popular series Wrong_Turn_5:_Bloodlines, as a character named "Mose".

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