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Hugh Dennis was born on 13 February, 1962 in Kettering, United Kingdom, is a British comedian. Discover Hugh Dennis's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

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Age 59 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 13 February 1962
Birthday 13 February
Birthplace Kettering, United Kingdom
Nationality English

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Who Is Hugh Dennis's Wife?

His wife is Catherine Louise Abbot-Anderson (m. 1996–2015), Miranda Carroll (m. 1987–1993)

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Hugh Dennis Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Subsequently, Dennis went on to read for the Geography Tripos as an exhibitioner at St John's College, Cambridge. His dissertation was titled "The Spatial Distribution of Elementary Education in 19th-century Wakefield". He also joined the Footlights, where he first met Punt and club president Nick Hancock and the trio collaborated on a number of projects besides the annual revue.

In 2019 he was a narrator in ITV's series Yorkshire Airport.


In a 2016 interview with ITV's This Morning programme, Dennis said that he was approached by Britain's domestic intelligence service, MI5, whilst at Cambridge University and attended a preliminary interview; however, he eventually decided that he did not want to take the matter any further, particularly due to being told during the interview that the job would require him to "do people over".

In 2016 Dennis appeared as the Bank Manager in the acclaimed BBC Three series Fleabag, acting alongside Phoebe Waller-Bridge in the first and final episodes of series 1.


Dennis was born in Kettering, Northamptonshire, the younger son of schoolteacher Dorothy Mary (Hinnels) and John Dennis. His brother, also named John, was the British Ambassador to Angola from 2014 to 2018. He grew up in Mill Hill in North London as his father was appointed as parish priest of Mill Hill soon after his birth. His father later became the Bishop of Knaresborough and then of Saint Edmundsbury and Ipswich.

His father was the bishop John Dennis, and he has an older brother, also called John Dennis, who is a diplomat and was the British Ambassador to Angola from 2014 to 2018.


Beginning on 16 February 2012, Dennis and Julia Bradbury hosted a four-part BBC One documentary series The Great British Countryside. From October 2014, Dennis has started appearing in the sitcom Not Going Out as Toby.

Dennis was the subject of the BBC One programme Who Do You Think You Are? (broadcast on 12 September 2012) in which he tries to find out more about his two grandfathers and their backgrounds. His paternal great-grandfather was a miner at Kiveton Park Colliery near Rotherham whose younger son, Dennis' grandfather, served as an officer during World War I, and was coincidentally trained at Dennis' alma mater St John's College.


Besides his regular television work, Dennis is a panellist on Mock the Week and has appeared in every episode since its inception. He is a regular guest on various BBC-broadcast comedy panel game shows such as They Think It's All Over, Would I Lie To You?, QI and has guest hosted Have I Got News for You. In 2011, Dennis hosted the short-lived improvisational comedy series Fast and Loose.


In December 2009, Dennis joined Oz Clarke in presenting the sixty minute Christmas special Oz and Hugh Drink to Christmas broadcast on BBC Two. In December 2010 the pair returned for a four-part series called Oz and Hugh Raise the Bar, which puts them in a competition to create a bar featuring only local British food and drinks.


In July 2008, Dennis received an Honorary Fellowship from the University of Northampton.


Dennis has starred in a number of sitcoms, including My Hero, in which he played obnoxious GP Piers Crispin. From 2007 to 2014, he starred in Outnumbered, a semi-improvised sitcom based around family life and won a BAFTA nomination in the comedy category for the 2009 Christmas special. On Radio 4 he also featured in the sitcom Revolting People which, like Outnumbered, was co-written by Andy Hamilton.

Dennis took part in the 2007 L'Étape du Tour, cycling an open stage of the Tour de France for amateurs which was held in the mountains two weeks before the main event. He completed it in 11 hours and 7 minutes. He said: "I was an hour ahead of the broom, the vehicle that gathers the slower riders and disqualifies them." In October 2011, Dennis completed the Great South Run in Portsmouth for the Alzheimer's Society.


Since 2005, Dennis has been a regular panellist on the BBC Two satirical comedy show Mock the Week. Since October 2014, Dennis has appeared in the sitcom Not Going Out as Toby. He also starred as the narrator in CBBC's The Zoo. In 2019, he was a narrator in ITV's Yorkshire Airport.


Dennis lives in London. He has been married twice: to Miranda Carroll (married in 1987; divorced in 1993), and to Catherine "Kate" Abbot-Anderson (married in 1996; separated in 2015), with whom he has a son (Freddie, born in 1997) and a daughter (Meg, born in 1999). In June 2018, it was confirmed that Dennis was in a relationship with actress Claire Skinner, who starred opposite him in the tv sitcom Outnumbered.


Peter Hugh Dennis (born 13 February 1962) is an English comedian, presenter, actor, writer, impressionist and voice-over artist, best known for being one half of Punt and Dennis with comedy partner Steve Punt; and Not Going Out as Toby; and playing Pete Brockman, the father in the BBC One sitcom Outnumbered.