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Kevin Bishop is a British actor and comedian. He was born on 18 June 1980 in London, England. He is best known for his roles in the television series The Kevin Bishop Show, Not Going Out, and Miranda. Bishop attended the University of Manchester, where he studied drama and theatre studies. He began his career in comedy in 2003, performing stand-up comedy at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. He then went on to appear in various television shows, including The Kevin Bishop Show, Not Going Out, and Miranda. Bishop has also appeared in films such as The Boat That Rocked, The Inbetweeners Movie, and Absolutely Anything. He has also appeared in various stage productions, including The Producers, The 39 Steps, and The Ladykillers. As of 2021, Kevin Bishop's net worth is estimated to be around $2 million. He has earned his wealth through his successful career in acting and comedy.

Popular As Kevin Brian Bishop
Occupation Actor · comedian · writer
Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 18 June, 1980
Birthday 18 June
Birthplace Bromley, London, England
Nationality United Kingdom

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In 2017, Bishop became the speaking voice for 2-D, fictional lead singer of British virtual band Gorillaz.


In August 2016, Bishop starred in the revival of classic 1970s BBC sitcom Porridge. He played the role of Fletch, grandson of Ronnie Barker's original main character, locked up for cyber-crime. Originally a one-off, the show was commissioned to full series in October 2016. The first series was broadcast in October 2017 on a 6 week run on BBC1 as well as the full series being released at the same time on the BBC iplayer.

In 2016 Bishop played Nigel Farage in a one-off BBC2 comedy entitled Nigel Farage Gets His Life Back.


In 2013, Bishop appeared in the American comedy series Super Fun Night, written by and starring Australian comedic actress Rebel Wilson. The show ran for one season.


In 2005, he portrayed the late comedian Dudley Moore onstage in Pete and Dud: Come Again, a drama charting Moore's turbulent relationship with Peter Cook, which debuted at the Assembly Rooms as part of the Edinburgh Fringe before transferring to The Venue in London's West End in March 2006. In August 2007 he appeared as the title character in Channel 4's satirical spoof documentary "Being Tom Cruise", a spin-off of Star Stories. In September 2014, Bishop appeared in the one-man show Fully Committed at the Menier Chocolate Factory, in which he played forty characters.


Bishop's first role was in Grange Hill. His second role, at age 16, was as Ben Quayle in Silent Witness. He played Stupid Brian in three episodes of My Family. He starred in Muppet Treasure Island as Jim Hawkins. In 2002, he played Dick in the pantomime, Dick Whittington.


Kevin Brian Bishop (born 18 June 1980) is an English comedian, writer and star of The Kevin Bishop Show, which he co-wrote with Lee Hupfield.