Karl Lucas is an English comedian, actor and writer, who has written for and appeared in a number of television, music videos and radio comedy programmes, as well as various theatre productions.
Lucas worked on Galaxy 102's Breakfast show which collectively won three Sony Awards (1999/2000) - Gold in 1999 and Silver in 2000 for Best Breakfast Show. Lucas was writer and comedy sidekick on the show and was awarded his own Sony Award (Bronze)for his part of the 'Sticker Vicar' in 1999.
Lucas is a graduate of Salford University,with a B.A. Honours and HND in Performing Arts.He is one of a handful of performers who have graduated from Salford University with distinction and is entered in their 'Hall of Fame'
Lucas played Richard, a member of the fictional Pop group 2 Up, 2 down on Peter Kay's Britain's Got the Pop Factor... and Possibly a New Celebrity Jesus Christ Soapstar Superstar Strictly on Ice (2008) a spoof on the talent show genre of programmes. Some of the shows most memorable moments saw 2 Up 2 Down singing a duet with Rick Astley, getting Hip-Hop dance lessons off Lionel Blair and Richard's rap in the middle of "The Winner's Song" (which was co-written by Gary Barlow).
He is the only British comedian who has worked as a warm up on American TV shows: America's Got Talent and Osbournes Reloaded and is rumoured to be heading out to the states to be working on the new series of The X Factor
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