Tim Key

Tim Key (born 2 September 1976 in Cambridgeshire) is an English actor, writer, and performance poet. In 2009, he was the winner of the Edinburgh Comedy Award and was also nominated for the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality.

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Newswipe With Charlie Brooker - Episodes - Series 2
... pants bomb attempt, as did a poem from Tim Key ... With guest stars such as Tim Key and Heather Brooke who discussed how Britain's journalism is based on anonymous sources ... Tim Key presents a poem about disgraced MPs ...
Tim Key - Album
... Key's first album, a curious artefact of poetry, prose and tense conversation, entitled Tim Key ...
Tom Basden - Career - Comedy and Television
... He also starred with Tim Key in the short film The One and Only Herb McGwyer Plays Wallis Island, which won the UK Film Council Kodak Award for Best British Short Film ... Basden replaced Tim Minchin as the resident musician for the second series of Mark Watson Makes the World Substantially Better where he appears along with Tim Key and Mark Watson ... year he appeared as musical side-kick to Key in his Radio 4 programme Tim Key's Late Night Poetry ...
Mark Watson - Career - Comedy - Live Shows
... Festival Fringe Far too Happy Cambridge Footlights revue with Edward Jaspers, Tim Key, Day Macaskill, James Morris and Sophie Winkleman ... With Tim Key and Alex Horne ... Since I Was Born Followed by UK tour We Need Answers With Tim Key and Alex Horne 2009 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Mark Watson's Last Ever 24-Hour Show 2011 ...

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