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Education
  
Modern History

Role
  
Actor

Name
  
David Mitchell


Children
  
1

Years active
  
1995–present

Height
  
1.78 m

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Full Name
  
David James Stuart Mitchell

Born
  
14 July 1974 (age 49) (
1974-07-14
)
Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom

Residence
  
Alma mater
  
Abingdon SchoolPeterhouse, Cambridge

Occupation
  
Actor, Comedian, Writer, Presenter

Spouse
  
Victoria Coren Mitchell (m. 2012)

Parents
  
Ian Douglas Mitchell, Kathy Grey Mitchell

Books
  
David Mitchell: Back Story

TV shows
  
Peep Show, That Mitchell and Web, Would I Lie to You?, QI, Mock the Week

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David mitchell comedian


David James Stuart Mitchell (born 14 July 1974) is a British comedian, actor and writer. He is half of the comedy duo Mitchell and Webb alongside Robert Webb. The duo starred in the Channel 4 sitcom Peep Show in which Mitchell plays Mark Corrigan. Mitchell won the British Academy Television Award for Best Comedy Performance in 2009 for his performance in the show. The duo have written and starred in several sketch shows including Bruiser, The Mitchell and Webb Situation, That Mitchell and Webb Sound and also That Mitchell and Webb Look. Mitchell and Webb also starred in the UK version of Apple's Get a Mac advertisement campaign. Their first film Magicians was released in 2007.

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Mitchell is a frequent participant on British panel shows, being a team captain on Would I Lie to You?, and the former host of The Bubble and Was It Something I Said?, as well as a frequent guest on other panel shows, including QI, The Big Fat Quiz of the Year, Mock the Week, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and Have I Got News for You. He also hosts the radio show The Unbelievable Truth and was a co-host of the comedy news programme 10 O'Clock Live. As a writer, Mitchell regularly contributes comment articles to The Observer and The Guardian.

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Early life

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Mitchell's ancestry can in part be traced back to the Highland Clearances. He was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, to Ian Douglas Mitchell and Kathy Grey Mitchell (née Hughes), who then worked as hotel managers. In 1977, when Mitchell was two years old, his parents gave up their jobs to lecture and to look after him. He attended Napier House Primary School. He is the elder of two boys; when David was seven and a half years old, his brother Daniel was born. The family moved to Oxford where Mitchell's parents became lecturers on hotel management at Oxford Polytechnic, now Oxford Brookes University. and he attended New College School which was an independent preparatory school in the city. In a 2006 interview with The Independent, Mitchell stated his childhood dreams:

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When I was at school I either wanted to be a comedian-stroke-actor or prime minister. But I didn't admit that to other people, I said I wanted to be a barrister and that made my parents very happy. I didn't admit I wanted to be a comedian until I came to university, met a lot of other people who wanted to be comedians, and realised it was an okay thing to say.

From the age of thirteen, Mitchell was educated at Abingdon School, a public school in Oxfordshire. Having always been top of the class at Primary school and Prep school, once he moved to Abingdon, he realised that there were plenty of people more intelligent than he was; so he turned his attention to debating and drama, "where [he] had a chance of being the best". There, Mitchell often took part in plays, "largely because you got to play cards backstage." His roles mainly consisted of small minute-long parts, until he won the role of Rabbit in Winnie-the-Pooh. This was the first time that he was "consciously aware I was doing a performance" and that that "was better, even, than playing cards." Mitchell had been "obsessed" with comedy writing since his school days, as he "always felt that doing a joke was the cleverest thing", and "would intrinsically prefer a parody of something to the actual thing itself".

Education

Rejected by Merton College, University of Oxford, in 1993, Mitchell went up to Peterhouse, Cambridge where he studied Modern History. There, he began performing with the Cambridge Footlights, of which he became President for the 1995–96 academic year.

Mitchell was in his first year at university when he met Robert Webb during rehearsals for a Footlights production of Cinderella, in 1993, and the two men soon established a comedy partnership. According to Mitchell, these factors had a detrimental effect on his academic performance at university and he attained a 2:2 in his final exams.

Early work and Peep Show

Before his break into comedy, Mitchell worked as an usher at the Lyric Hammersmith theatre, and in the cloakroom of TFI Friday among other jobs.

Mitchell's first project with Webb was in January 1995, a show about a nuclear apocalypse entitled Innocent Millions Dead or Dying: A Wry Look at the Post-Apocalyptic Age. Webb later described it as being "fucking terrible". After leaving university he and Webb began performing a number of two-man shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.

As a result of their performances at the Edinburgh Fringe, the duo were given the chance to write for Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller and for series two of Big Train. After minor work on The Jack Docherty Show and Comedy Nation, their first break into television acting was in 2000, on the short-lived BBC sketch show Bruiser, which they primarily wrote, and starred in. The show also featured three time BAFTA winner Olivia Colman, who would become a regular cast member of Mitchell and Webb projects, and Martin Freeman, later of The Office fame. Other cast members included Matthew Holness and Charlotte Hudson. Additional material for the show was provided by various people, including Ricky Gervais and James Bachman.

In 2001 the two men were commissioned for a sketch show of their own, entitled The Mitchell and Webb Situation, which ran for six episodes on the now defunct channel Play UK. Despite the show running for a mere series, it was reasonably well received. Wessex Scene's Darren Richman said "what the series lacked in budget, it made up for in magnificent material" and went on to call it "far superior to the vastly overrated Little Britain" and "perhaps the greatest forgotten sketch show of modern times." Eureka! TV, which released The Mitchell and Webb Situation on DVD in 2005, said that the show "gushes forth an hilarious stream of surreal and quirkily inventive sketches", as well as calling it a "cult success". In the interview with Wessex Scene, Mitchell stated that he was "more proud of the way it turned out than annoyed that it was only aired on a small channel."

Mitchell and Webb's next project came in 2003, with starring roles in the Channel 4 sitcom Peep Show, as flatmates Mark Corrigan and Jeremy Usbourne respectively. The show originated from writers Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain's failed attempt to complete a team-written sitcom for the BBC; they had an old script that they wanted to revive and Mitchell and Webb helped out, with it eventually evolving into Peep Show. Despite low viewing figures (which almost got the show cancelled after series three) the show was received to wide critical acclaim. The British Sitcom Guide called it "without a doubt one of the best sitcoms of the decade." Ricky Gervais has been cited as saying "the last thing I got genuinely excited about on British TV was Peep Show, which I thought was the best sitcom since Father Ted". The BBC hailed Mitchell's performance in the series, citing that "As Mark Corrigan, David reached out to all those middle-aged men in a twentysomething's body, who believe drugs are boring and systems are necessary if society is to function at all." Mitchell has stated that he empathises with Mark and enjoys playing him and that he "agrees with many of [Mark's] opinions." Peep Show has aired nine series, making it the longest-running sitcom in Channel 4 history.

In 2009, Mitchell won the British Academy Television Award for Best Comedy Performance for his work on Peep Show, after having lost in the same category the year before. He was nominated again in 2010. He won the award "Best Television Comedy Actor" at the 2007 British Comedy Awards, and the pair shared the 2007 Royal Television Society Award for "Comedy Performance". They were also jointly nominated for "Best Television Comedy Actor" at the 2006 British Comedy Awards. Peep Show itself has also won the BAFTA for "Best situation comedy" in 2008, and the British Comedy Award for "Best TV comedy" in 2006, and retained it the following year. It also won "Best TV Comedy" at the South Bank Show Awards, and claimed a Golden Rose in 2004.

Other Mitchell and Webb projects

After the success of Peep Show Mitchell and Webb returned to sketch comedy with their BBC Radio 4 sketch show That Mitchell and Webb Sound, which ran for five series. The show was adapted for television and became That Mitchell and Webb Look. Producer Gareth Edwards described it as "the shortest pitch [he had] ever written". The show has run for four series. Towards the end of 2006 the pair made their first tour, with a show called The Two Faces of Mitchell and Webb. The tour was criticised as just "a succession of largely unrelated scenes" by The Guardian's Brian Logan, who gave it a rating of two stars.

That Mitchell and Webb Look won them the BAFTA for Best Comedy Programme or Series at the 2007 awards, and they earned a further nomination for it in 2009. It was nominated for two British Comedy Awards in 2006: Britain's Best New TV Comedy and the Highland Spring People's Choice. Their stage tour The Two Faces of Mitchell and Webb was nominated for the British Comedy Award for Best Stage Comedy, and That Mitchell and Webb Sound won a Sony Silver Award.

Their first film, Magicians was released on 18 May 2007. It was directed by Andrew O'Connor and written by Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain. Mitchell played the role of a magician named Harry. Later in 2007, the pair recorded a pilot BBC Radio 2 sitcom entitled Daydream Believers, in which Mitchell played Ray, a science-fiction writer. The show was previously a one-off television pilot from Channel 4's Comedy Lab, and also starred Mitchell and Webb.

Mitchell and Webb's first comedy book, This Mitchell and Webb Book, was published in 2009. A second book is in preparation. They also wrote and filmed Playing Shop, a comedy television pilot for BBC2 about two men who operate a business out of their shed. Although the BBC commissioners were happy with it, Mitchell and Webb scrapped it themselves, as they felt it was too similar to Peep Show. A new pilot had been commissioned, but the plan was later shelved. Mitchell and Webb voiced a robotic duo in the Doctor Who episode "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship" in 2012.

In 2007 the duo fronted the UK version of Apple Inc.'s "Get a Mac" adverts, with Mitchell playing PC. The adverts received much criticism. Writing in The Guardian, Charlie Brooker claimed that the use of Mitchell and Webb in the adverts was a curious choice. He compared the characters of PC and Mac in the adverts to those of Mark and Jeremy in Peep Show, stating that "when you see the ads, you think, 'PCs are a bit rubbish yet ultimately lovable, whereas Macs are just smug, preening tossers.'" The British Sitcom Guide also criticised the pair for "selling their souls". One journalist called the adverts "worse than not funny", and accused Mitchell and Webb of "an act of grave betrayal" for taking corporate work. In an interview with The Telegraph, Robert Webb responded to the duo's critics, stating that "when someone asks, 'Do you want to do some funny ads for not many days in the year and be paid more than you would be for an entire series of Peep Show?' the answer, obviously, is, 'Yeah, that's fine.'" In the same interview, Mitchell also said: "I don't see what is morally inconsistent with a comedian doing an advert. It's all right to sell computers, isn't it? Unless you think that capitalism is evil – which I don't. It's not like we're helping to flog a baby-killing machine."

In 2005, the duo were placed ninth on a list of the United Kingdom's best television talent, and were named twelfth in a Radio Times list of the most powerful people in television comedy.

Solo acting, presenting and writing

As well as his work alongside Webb, Mitchell has appeared on his own in several shows. He played technical expert Owen in the Radio 4 sitcom Think the Unthinkable in 2001. He played the surgeon Dr Toby Stephens in the BBC2 sitcom Doctors and Nurses. In 2005 he played Kate's hapless secretary Tim in the BBC's updating of The Taming of The Shrew in its ShakespeaRe-Told series. Mitchell appeared as various roles on the Channel 4 sketch programme Blunder. The show was not well received, with the British Sitcom Guide naming it as the worst thing that Mitchell did in all of 2006 in their "British Sitcom Awards" of that year. He portrayed the recurring character of Dr. James Vine in the BBC sitcom Jam and Jerusalem. Mitchell had a small part in the film I Could Never Be Your Woman, playing an English writer, also named David. While in Los Angeles to record the part he decided that he did not like the area much, and preferred filming in Britain.

He wrote for series five of the BBC2 impressionist sketch show Dead Ringers, and voiced Mitch in the Disney animated series Phineas and Ferb. He also narrated the reality show Beauty and the Geek. Following the success of Channel 4's Alternative Election Night in 2010, which Mitchell hosted with Jimmy Carr, Charlie Brooker and Lauren Laverne, the four presented 10 O'Clock Live, a series of live shows looking at the week's affairs. Mitchell has a solo segment entitled Listen to Mitchell. The show has run for three series.

Mitchell has presented four series of the online video show David Mitchell's Soapbox, a series of short monologues co-written with John Finnemore for ChannelFlip. In these monologues Mitchell has criticised a variety of subjects, including the BBC show Doctor Who and 3D television. Matt Warman of the Daily Telegraph suggested that the series could be a sign that new comedy will increasingly become available online, rather than on television. The series has been released on DVD.

He provided the voiceover for a £1 million government advert for FRANK, warning of the dangers of cocaine, as "Pablo the Drug Mule Dog"; and also for the Driving Standards Agency's "The Highway Code". He writes columns for The Observer and The Guardian. He also took part in Channel 4's Comedy Gala, a benefit show held in aid of Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital at the O2 Arena. In October 2009, Mitchell signed a deal with HarperCollins and its imprint Fourth Estate to write a volume of memoirs and a novel. The memoirs, Back Story: A Memoir, was published in October 2012 with the novel scheduled for 2013.

Mitchell played William Shakespeare in the sitcom Upstart Crow, broadcast in 2016 as part of the celebrations of the 400th anniversary of the playwright's death. The series has been renewed for 6 more episodes, as well as a Christmas special, scheduled to air in 2017 on BBC 2.

Panel shows

Mitchell has become a regular participant on many panel shows, leading The Independent's James Rampton to christen him "if not king, then certainly prince regent of the panel games." Mitchell is a team captain on the BBC panel show Would I Lie To You?, opposite Lee Mack. The show has run since 2007, airing ten series. Since 2006, he has hosted eighteen series of The Unbelievable Truth, a panel game on BBC Radio 4. The inaugural episode of Was It Something I Said?, a panel comedy show that Mitchell hosts, was broadcast on Channel 4 in October 2013.

He was a team captain on the Channel 4 comedy quiz show Best of the Worst, opposite Johnny Vaughan. Mitchell has also hosted ten episodes of Have I Got News For You. Mitchell hosted the panel show The Bubble. He hosted the second week of Channel 4's FAQ U, and appeared as himself in an episode of Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive, a panel show parody. He also appeared as one of the participants on the Channel 4 show TV Heaven, Telly Hell, and has appeared on several episodes of Question Time. Other appearances include QI, Have I Got News for You, Mock the Week, Just a Minute, Armando Iannucci's Charm Offensive and 8 Out of 10 Cats, as well as appearances on The Big Fat Quiz of the Year in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

In a 2007 interview with Digital Spy, Mitchell stated that he enjoyed panel shows, as they are "a game worth playing". He then further explained his appreciation of the panel format in response to criticism from Fast Show co-creator Charlie Higson, who stated in September 2013 that panel comedies were overtaking television programming at the expense of sketch shows and sitcoms:

There was a quote from Catherine Zeta-Jones about playing golf with her husband Michael Douglas. We essentially all started to imagine the scene of the two of them playing golf and that was very enjoyable and turned into a really fun bit of TV. It is moments like that which, for me, justify the existence of panel shows because no-one would ever have written those words. It purely came out of that combination of people which proves panel shows can produce funny TV in a way you could never write into a sitcom or a sketch show and thereby justifies its place on screen. I think it is a great form of entertainment and we shouldn't lose sight of that.

The Radio Times named him "The Best Comedy Panel Show Guest" in the world, stating that "he's incredibly, disgustingly witty" and "even starting to make Paul Merton look slow on the uptake".

Following his BAFTA win, Mitchell was ranked at No. 53 in the 2009 MediaGuardian 100, an annual ranking of media people in The Guardian. In reference to his ubiquitous presence in broadcast and print media, The Guardian's writer called him "the go-to funnyman of the moment". In their entry for Peep Show on their list of "The top 50 TV shows of the Noughties", The Times labelled Mitchell "a national institution".

Influences

Mitchell's favourite actor is Sir Alec Guinness, and he lists Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers and Peter Cook as his comedy idols. Additionally, following the death of British actor Richard Briers in February 2013, Mitchell revealed that whenever he has acted he "always hoped to be something like him [Briers]". Mitchell has also identified Morecambe and Wise, Monty Python and The Two Ronnies as highly influential on his career.

Personal life

Mitchell's father was born in Liverpool of Scottish ancestry, and his mother is Welsh—Mitchell considers himself British rather than English. On 7 August 2014, Mitchell's name appeared—as part of a list of 200 signatories—in support of an open letter to The Guardian opposing Scottish independence prior to the September 2014 referendum on the issue. Mitchell's participation in the open letter follows a May 2011 Observer column, in which he concludes that "the British will have lost their country" if Scotland ever achieves independence.

Mitchell has often joked about his personal life in interviews. In 2005, he stated: he had "been in so many situations when I've just said nothing to someone I've fancied." He later added that "I'm sort of all right on my own. I don't want it to be forever, but the fundamental thing is I'm all right alone." For many years he lived in Kilburn, London, as the flatmate of novelist Robert Hudson. In 2007, he was best man at Robert Webb's wedding to Abigail Burdess.

He first met broadcaster Victoria Coren at Jonathan Ross' annual Halloween party in 2007 and was "completely smitten", and although she decided to pursue someone else, he continued to pine for her. In December 2010 they began dating. In March 2012, their engagement was announced in The Times, and they married on 17 November 2012 with Robert Webb as his best man. In May 2015, Coren announced the birth of their daughter.

He remains interested in history and said in an interview with The Observer that "I can see myself in a few years' time joining the National Trust and going round the odd castle. I think I might find that restful as the anger of middle-age sets in." In his interview on Parkinson he stated that if he could go back in time to do one thing, it would be to go to the building of Stonehenge, to ask them "why they were bothering". He is a cricket and snooker fan, and also plays the occasional game of squash and tennis. He is a user of Twitter, and does not drive. He is an agnostic.

Mitchell walks for an hour daily to help a bad back, and has lost weight as a result, but he "probably [has] quite a bad diet" and "probably drinks too much." He is constantly "checking and re-checking things", and describes himself as a worrier. Mitchell is a keen cricket fan and has written on the subject for The Guardian.

His favourite television programmes include The Simpsons, which he called the "best programme ever". He claims that watching new comedy is "very stressful", and cites I'm Alan Partridge, The Office and Monty Python as being among his favourite television programmes. He has also stated a liking for Extras; 30 Rock; CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; Bleak House; Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy; Terry and June and the television programmes of Adam Hart-Davis.

Beyond the realm of film and television, Mitchell cites Evelyn Waugh as among his favourite authors. He once claimed that he is "not remotely interested in music", but appeared on the radio programme Desert Island Discs. Mitchell has revealed that he owns two CDs, Phil Collins's ...But Seriously and Susan Boyle's I Dreamed a Dream.

Non-fictional appearances

  • The Unbelievable Truth – Host (2006–)
  • Heresy – 4 appearances (2008–2010)
  • Just a Minute – 4 appearances (2009, 2010)
  • Desert Island Discs – 1 appearance – (2009)
  • The News Quiz – 1 appearance – (2009)
  • I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue – 6 appearances – (2009–2011)
  • Publications

  • This Mitchell and Webb Book (2009), with Robert Webb
  • Back Story: A Memoir (2012)
  • Thinking About It Only Makes it Worse (2014)
  • Filmography

    Writer
    -
    Outsiders (TV Series) (devised by - 12 episodes, 2021 - 2022) (format devised by - 6 episodes, 2023)
    2003
    Peep Show (TV Series) (additional material - 54 episodes)
    - Are We Going to Be Alright? (2015) - (additional material)
    - Kid Farm (2015) - (additional material)
    - Mole-Mapping (2015) - (additional material)
    - Threeism (2015) - (additional material)
    - Gregory's Beard (2015) - (additional material)
    - The William Morris Years (2015) - (additional material)
    - Quantocking II (2012) - (additional material)
    - Chairman Mark (2012) - (additional material)
    - Big Mad Andy (2012) - (additional material)
    - The Love Bunker (2012) - (additional material)
    - Business Secrets of the Pharaohs (2012) - (additional material)
    - Jeremy Therapised (2012) - (additional material)
    - New Year's Eve (2010) - (additional material)
    - Seasonal Beatings (2010) - (additional material)
    - Nether Zone (2010) - (additional material)
    - A Beautiful Mind (2010) - (additional material)
    - Man Jam (2010) - (additional material)
    - St Hospitals (2010) - (additional material)
    - Das Boot (2009) - (additional material)
    - The Party (2009) - (additional material)
    - The Affair (2009) - (additional material)
    - Jeremy in Love (2009) - (additional material)
    - The Test (2009) - (additional material)
    - Jeremy at JLB (2009) - (additional material)
    - Mark's Women (2008) - (additional material)
    - Jeremy's Manager (2008) - (additional material)
    - Jeremy's Mummy (2008) - (additional material)
    - Jeremy's Broke (2008) - (additional material)
    - Spin War (2008) - (additional material)
    - Burgling (2008) - (additional material)
    - Wedding (2007) - (additional material)
    - Holiday (2007) - (additional material)
    - Handyman (2007) - (additional material)
    - Gym (2007) - (additional material)
    - Conference (2007) - (additional material)
    - Sophie's Parents (2007) - (additional material)
    - Quantocking (2005) - (additional material)
    - Jurying (2005) - (additional material)
    - Sistering (2005) - (additional material)
    - Shrooming (2005) - (additional material)
    - Sectioning (2005) - (additional material)
    - Mugging (2005) - (additional material)
    - Wedding (2004) - (additional material)
    - The Man Show (2004) - (additional material)
    - University Challenge (2004) - (additional material)
    - Local Zero (2004) - (additional material)
    - Jeremy Makes It (2004) - (additional material)
    - Dance Class (2004) - (additional material)
    - Funeral (2003) - (additional material)
    - Dream Job (2003) - (additional material)
    - Mark Makes a Friend (2003) - (additional material)
    - On the Pull (2003) - (additional material)
    - The Interview (2003) - (additional material)
    - Warring Factions (2003) - (additional material)
    2011
    10 O'Clock Live (TV Series) (written by - 33 episodes)
    2009
    David Mitchell's Soap Box (TV Series short) (written by - 86 episodes)
    - Living in the Moment (2012) - (written by)
    - Social Signals (2012) - (written by)
    - Richard III (2012) - (written by)
    - Signing Autographs (2012) - (written by)
    - I Wouldn't Have Minded But- (2012) - (written by)
    - What the Hell Is Going On? (2012) - (written by)
    - Choice Is a Bad Idea (2012) - (written by)
    - Emotional Intelligence Quiz (2012) - (written by)
    - Downton Abbey (2012) - (written by)
    - Going Forward (2012) - (written by)
    - Mensa (2012) - (written by)
    - Taste (2012) - (written by)
    - Talking to Strangers (2012) - (written by)
    - Love or Hate (2012) - (written by)
    - Problems and Challenges (2012) - (written by)
    - Gangster Movies (2012) - (written by)
    - The Great British Public (2012) - (written by)
    - Hanging Up (2012) - (written by)
    - Wine Tasting (2012) - (written by)
    - Ready to Order (2012) - (written by)
    - Pointy Shoes (2012) - (written by)
    - Bread & Butter (2012) - (written by)
    - Not One (2011) - (written by)
    - Marathons (2011) - (written by)
    - Young Man (2011) - (written by)
    - Burden of Proof (2011) - (written by)
    - Sustainability (2011) - (written by)
    - Quiz Answers (2011) - (written by)
    - Drinking Culture (2011) - (written by)
    - Gifts (2011) - (written by)
    - Television Credits (2011) - (written by)
    - Quiz (2011) - (written by)
    - Friends (2011) - (written by)
    - Cheap Hotels (2011) - (written by)
    - Chef's Special (2011) - (written by)
    - Sports TV (2011) - (written by)
    - Naming Your Child (2011) - (written by)
    - Weddings (2011) - (written by)
    - Stag Nights (2011) - (written by)
    - Machines (2011) - (written by)
    - LOL (2011) - (written by)
    - Phone Calls (2011) - (written by)
    - In Summary (2010) - (written by)
    - Red Shirt (2010) - (written by)
    - Kids' Stuff (2010) - (written by)
    - Signs (2010) - (written by)
    - Communal Eating (2010) - (written by)
    - 3D (2010) - (written by)
    - Signing Boobs (2010) - (written by)
    - Trains: Part 2 (2010) - (written by)
    - Trains (2010) - (written by)
    - Innuendo (2010) - (written by)
    - Pub Queues (2010) - (written by)
    - Climate Change (2010) - (written by)
    - Origins of the Word 'Camelopard' (2010) - (written by)
    - Lying Liars (2010) - (written by)
    - References (2010) - (written by)
    - Authenticity (2010) - (written by)
    - Personal Debts (2010) - (written by)
    - Haircut (2010) - (written by)
    - Dear America- (2010) - (written by)
    - King Cnut and Mythical Heroes (2010) - (written by)
    - Waste (2009) - (written by)
    - Food (2009) - (written by)
    - Birthday (2009) - (written by)
    - Competition Winner (2009) - (written by)
    - A Quiz (2009) - (written by)
    - Gaelic (2009) - (written by)
    - Hauliers (2009) - (written by)
    - The Merits of Necrophilia (2009) - (written by)
    - Going to the Doctor (2009) - (written by)
    - Man Flu (2009) - (written by)
    - Male Grooming (2009) - (written by)
    - Compliments (2009) - (written by)
    - Passion (2009) - (written by)
    - How Much I Earn (2009) - (written by)
    - Rape and Pillage (2009) - (written by)
    - Consensus (2009) - (written by)
    - Spelling (2009) - (written by)
    - TV Rudeness (2009) - (written by)
    - Unusually Smart (2009) - (written by)
    - Beer (2009) - (written by)
    - The Elderly (2009) - (written by)
    - Wales (2009) - (written by)
    - Flowers (2009) - (written by)
    - Mouse (2009) - (written by)
    -
    That Mitchell and Webb Look (TV Series) (written by - 24 episodes, 2006 - 2010) (writer - 1 episode, 2006)
    - Pilot (2006) - (writer)
    2007
    Comic Relief 2007: The Big One (TV Special)
    2006
    Blunder (TV Series) (6 episodes)
    - Episode #1.6 (2006)
    - Episode #1.5 (2006)
    - Episode #1.4 (2006)
    - Episode #1.3 (2006)
    - Episode #1.2 (2006)
    - Episode #1.1 (2006)
    2006
    The Two Faces of Mitchell and Webb (Video documentary)
    2005
    Twisted Tales (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Nothing to Fear (2005) - (writer)
    2002
    Big Train (TV Series) (additional sketches - 2 episodes)
    - Episode #2.2 (2002) - (additional sketches)
    - Episode #2.1 (2002) - (additional sketches)
    2001
    Comedy Lab (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Daydream Believers: Brand New Beamer (2001) - (writer)
    2001
    The Mitchell and Webb Situation (TV Series) (written by - 6 episodes)
    - Episode #1.6 (2001) - (written by)
    - Episode #1.5 (2001) - (written by)
    - Episode #1.4 (2001) - (written by)
    - Episode #1.3 (2001) - (written by)
    - Episode #1.2 (2001) - (written by)
    - Episode #1.1 (2001) - (written by)
    2001
    Lee Evans: So What Now? (TV Series) (additional material - 1 episode)
    - Swinger (2001) - (additional material)
    2000
    TV to Go (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
    - Episode #1.0 (2000) - (written by)
    2000
    Bruiser (TV Series) (written by - 6 episodes)
    - Touchy Pants (2000) - (written by - as Mitchell)
    - Nutty Puppet Mayhem (2000) - (written by - as Mitchell)
    - Love Golf (2000) - (written by - as Mitchell)
    - Putchek's Revenge (2000) - (written by - as Mitchell)
    - Not Now, Darling (2000) - (written by - as Mitchell)
    - Get Me Roger Slippers (2000) - (written by - as Mitchell)
    1999
    Armstrong and Miller (TV Series) (writer - 7 episodes)
    - Episode #3.7 (1999) - (writer)
    - Episode #3.6 (1999) - (writer)
    - Episode #3.5 (1999) - (writer)
    - Episode #3.4 (1999) - (writer)
    - Episode #3.3 (1999) - (writer)
    - Episode #3.2 (1999) - (writer)
    - Episode #3.1 (1999) - (writer)
    1997
    The Jack Docherty Show (TV Series)
    Actor
    -
    Ludwig (TV Series) (pre-production) as
    Ludwig
    2009
    Phineas and Ferb (TV Series short) as
    Mitch
    - Meap Me in St. Louis (2024) - Mitch (voice)
    - Meapless in Seattle (2012) - Mitch (voice)
    - The Chronicles of Meap (2009) - Mitch (voice)
    2023
    Migration as
    GooGoo (voice)
    2022
    Rick and Morty (TV Series) as
    Knight of the Sun
    - A Rick in King Mortur's Mort (2022) - Knight of the Sun (voice)
    2021
    Apple & Onion (TV Series short) as
    Gherkin
    - Win It or Bin It (2021) - Gherkin (voice)
    2021
    The Cleaner (TV Series) as
    Terence Redford
    - The Writer (2021) - Terence Redford
    2017
    Back (TV Series) as
    Stephen
    2016
    Upstart Crow (TV Series) as
    Will
    - Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow: A Lockdown Christmas 1603 (2020) - Will
    - A Crow Christmas Carol (2018) - Will
    - Go On and I Will Follow (2018) - Will
    - The Most Unkindest Cut of All (2018) - Will
    - Sigh No More (2018) - Will
    - If You Prick Us, Do We Not Bleed? (2018) - Will
    - Wild Laughter in the Throat of Death (2018) - Will
    - Lord, What Fools These Mortals Be! (2018) - Will
    - A Christmas Crow (2017) - Will
    - Sweet Sorrow (2017) - Will
    - Beware My Sting! (2017) - Will
    - Food of Love (2017) - Will
    - I Did Adore a Twinkling Star (2017) - Will
    - I Know Thee Not, Old Man (2017) - Will
    - The Green-Eyed Monster (2017) - Will
    - The Quality of Mercy (2016) - Will
    - What Bloody Man Is That? (2016) - Will
    - Love Is Not Love (2016) - Will
    - The Apparel Proclaims the Man (2016) - Will
    - The Play's the Thing (2016) - Will
    - Star Crossed Lovers (2016) - Will
    2019
    Greed as
    Nick
    2017
    Peppa Pig (TV Series short) as
    Police Officer Panda
    - The Panda Twins (2019) - Police Officer Panda (voice)
    - The Police (2017) - Police Officer Panda (voice)
    2017
    Gun Shy as
    John Hardigger
    2017
    Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience as
    Policeman Panda (voice)
    2015
    The Dark Room (Short) as
    The Smart Man
    2015
    Professor Branestawm Returns (TV Movie) as
    Harold Haggerstone
    2003
    Peep Show (TV Series) as
    Mark Corrigan
    - Are We Going to Be Alright? (2015) - Mark Corrigan
    - Kid Farm (2015) - Mark Corrigan
    - Mole-Mapping (2015) - Mark Corrigan
    - Threeism (2015) - Mark Corrigan
    - Gregory's Beard (2015) - Mark Corrigan
    - The William Morris Years (2015) - Mark Corrigan
    - Quantocking II (2012) - Mark Corrigan
    - Chairman Mark (2012) - Mark Corrigan
    - Big Mad Andy (2012) - Mark Corrigan
    - The Love Bunker (2012) - Mark Corrigan
    - Business Secrets of the Pharaohs (2012) - Mark Corrigan
    - Jeremy Therapised (2012) - Mark Corrigan
    - New Year's Eve (2010) - Mark Corrigan
    - Seasonal Beatings (2010) - Mark Corrigan
    - Nether Zone (2010) - Mark Corrigan
    - A Beautiful Mind (2010) - Mark Corrigan
    - Man Jam (2010) - Mark Corrigan
    - St Hospitals (2010) - Mark Corrigan
    - Das Boot (2009) - Mark Corrigan
    - The Party (2009) - Mark Corrigan
    - The Affair (2009) - Mark Corrigan
    - Jeremy in Love (2009) - Mark Corrigan
    - The Test (2009) - Mark Corrigan
    - Jeremy at JLB (2009) - Mark Corrigan
    - Mark's Women (2008) - Mark Corrigan
    - Jeremy's Manager (2008) - Mark Corrigan
    - Jeremy's Mummy (2008) - Mark Corrigan
    - Jeremy's Broke (2008) - Mark Corrigan
    - Spin War (2008) - Mark Corrigan
    - Burgling (2008) - Mark Corrigan
    - Wedding (2007) - Mark Corrigan
    - Holiday (2007) - Mark Corrigan
    - Handyman (2007) - Mark Corrigan
    - Gym (2007) - Mark Corrigan
    - Conference (2007) - Mark Corrigan
    - Sophie's Parents (2007) - Mark Corrigan
    - Quantocking (2005) - Mark Corrigan
    - Jurying (2005) - Mark Corrigan
    - Sistering (2005) - Mark Corrigan
    - Shrooming (2005) - Mark Corrigan
    - Sectioning (2005) - Mark Corrigan
    - Mugging (2005) - Mark Corrigan
    - Wedding (2004) - Mark Corrigan
    - The Man Show (2004) - Mark Corrigan
    - University Challenge (2004) - Mark Corrigan
    - Local Zero (2004) - Mark Corrigan
    - Jeremy Makes It (2004) - Mark Corrigan
    - Dance Class (2004) - Mark Corrigan
    - Funeral (2003) - Mark Corrigan
    - Dream Job (2003) - Mark Corrigan
    - Mark Makes a Friend (2003) - Mark Corrigan
    - On the Pull (2003) - Mark Corrigan
    - The Interview (2003) - Mark Corrigan
    - Warring Factions (2003) - Mark Corrigan
    2015
    Up All Night as
    Policeman
    2015
    Horizon (TV Series documentary) as
    Narrator
    - Dancing in the Dark - The End of Physics (2015) - Narrator
    2014
    The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm (TV Movie) as
    Harold Haggerstone
    2013
    Ambassadors (TV Mini Series) as
    Keith Davis
    - The Tazbek Spring (2013) - Keith Davis
    - The Prince's Trousers (2013) - Keith Davis
    - The Rabbit Never Escapes (2013) - Keith Davis
    2012
    Doctor Who (TV Series) as
    Robot 1
    - Dinosaurs on a Spaceship (2012) - Robot 1 (voice)
    2011
    The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff (TV Series) as
    Jolliforth Jollington
    - Episode #1.2 (2012) - Jolliforth Jollington
    - Christmas Special (2011) - Jolliforth Jollington
    2011
    How TV Ruined Your Life (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    David Mitchell
    - Knowledge (2011) - David Mitchell
    2006
    That Mitchell and Webb Look (TV Series) as
    Various / David Mitchell / Ginger / ...
    - Pilot (2006)
    2009
    Big Celebrity Fame Zeppelin (Short) as
    Host (voice)
    2006
    Clatterford (TV Series) as
    Dr. James Vine
    - Ladies in Lavender (2009) - Dr. James Vine
    - New Beginnings (2009) - Dr. James Vine
    - Working from Home (2009) - Dr. James Vine
    - Easter (2009) - Dr. James Vine
    - Wedding (2008) - Dr. James Vine
    - Match (2008) - Dr. James Vine
    - Skirmish (2008) - Dr. James Vine
    - Website (2008) - Dr. James Vine
    - Christmas Panto (2006) - Dr. James Vine
    - Problem Daughter (2006) - Dr. James Vine
    - Tea Room (2006) - Dr. James Vine
    - Sudden Death (2006) - Dr. James Vine
    2007
    Magicians as
    Harry Kane
    2007
    I Could Never Be Your Woman as
    David - Writer
    2007
    Comic Relief 2007: The Big One (TV Special) as
    Various Characters
    2006
    Blunder (TV Series) as
    Various
    - Episode #1.6 (2006) - Various
    - Episode #1.5 (2006) - Various
    - Episode #1.4 (2006) - Various
    - Episode #1.3 (2006) - Various
    - Episode #1.2 (2006) - Various
    - Episode #1.1 (2006) - Various
    2006
    Annually Retentive (TV Series) as
    David Mitchell
    - Episode #1.1 (2006) - David Mitchell
    2005
    ShakespeaRe-Told (TV Mini Series) as
    Tim Agnew
    - The Taming of the Shrew (2005) - Tim Agnew
    2005
    Dirty Tricks (TV Series) as
    Penguin
    - Episode #1.5 (2005) - Penguin (voice)
    2005
    All About George (TV Series) as
    Jed
    - Episode #1.3 (2005) - Jed
    2005
    Twisted Tales (TV Series) as
    Ray
    - Nothing to Fear (2005) - Ray
    2005
    Look Around You (TV Series) as
    Pat Taylor
    - Live Final (2005) - Pat Taylor
    2004
    Doctors and Nurses (TV Series) as
    Dr. Toby Stephens
    - Go West (2004) - Dr. Toby Stephens
    - Friends Reunited (2004) - Dr. Toby Stephens
    - Bella Bella (2004) - Dr. Toby Stephens
    - Seeing Stars (2004) - Dr. Toby Stephens
    - Holy Smoke (2004) - Dr. Toby Stephens
    - Hip Hop (2004) - Dr. Toby Stephens
    2003
    The Strategic Humor Initiative (TV Movie) as
    Various Characters
    2002
    tlc (TV Series) as
    1950s Patient
    - Agency Nurse (2002) - 1950s Patient
    2001
    Comedy Lab (TV Series) as
    Ray / Baron Amstrad
    - Daydream Believers: Brand New Beamer (2001) - Ray / Baron Amstrad
    2001
    The Mitchell and Webb Situation (TV Series) as
    Various
    - Episode #1.6 (2001) - Various
    - Episode #1.5 (2001) - Various
    - Episode #1.4 (2001) - Various
    - Episode #1.3 (2001) - Various
    - Episode #1.2 (2001) - Various
    - Episode #1.1 (2001) - Various
    2001
    Fun at the Funeral Parlour (TV Series) as
    Strachan
    - The Mountains of Doom (2001) - Strachan
    2000
    Bruiser (TV Series) as
    Kevin - Policeman / Martin - Interviewer / Producer / ...
    - Touchy Pants (2000) - Friend Who Laughs / Chester - Scientist / Kevin - Policeman / -
    - Nutty Puppet Mayhem (2000) - Spy / Builder / Producer / -
    - Love Golf (2000) - Grumpy Burglar / Kevin - Policeman / Alan - Office Worker / - (voice)
    - Putchek's Revenge (2000) - Gadget Master / Les / Producer / -
    - Not Now, Darling (2000) - Gadget Master / Producer / Grumpy Farmer / -
    - Get Me Roger Slippers (2000) - Producer / Sir Anthony Noble / Gadget Master / -
    1998
    Comedy Nation (TV Series) as
    Various Roles
    Producer
    2017
    Back (TV Series) (executive producer - 4 episodes)
    - Episode #2.6 (2021) - (executive producer)
    - Episode #2.1 (2021) - (executive producer)
    - Episode #1.2 (2017) - (executive producer)
    - Episode #1.1 (2017) - (executive producer)
    Soundtrack
    2006
    Clatterford (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Christmas Panto (2006) - (performer: "My Doorbell" - uncredited)
    2006
    That Mitchell and Webb Look (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Episode #1.6 (2006) - (performer: "Lady in Red" - uncredited)
    2004
    Peep Show (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Dance Class (2004) - (performer: "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square" - uncredited)
    Self
    2007
    Would I Lie to You? (TV Series) as
    Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2023) - Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2022) - Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2021) - Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2020) - Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2019) - Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2018) - Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2017) - Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2016) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Unseen Bits of Series 9 (2016) - Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2015) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Unseen Bits of Series 8 (2015) - Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2014) - Self - Team Captain
    - At Christmas (2013) - Self - Team Captain
    - Comic Relief Special (2011) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Best of Series 2 & Unseen Bits (2008) - Self - Team Captain
    2005
    QI (TV Series) as
    Self - Panellist
    - Uncle Sam (2024) - Self - Panellist
    - Spooky (2021) - Self - Panellist
    - Ridiculous (2020) - Self - Panellist
    - Quads and Quins (2020) - Self - Panellist
    - Queens (2020) - Self - Panellist
    - Occupations and Offices (2018) - Self - Panellist
    - Oceans (2017) - Self - Panellist
    - Night (2016) - Self - Panellist
    - Medieval (2016) - Self - Panellist
    - M-Places (2015) - Self - Panellist
    - Landmarks (2015) - Self - Panellist
    - Lumped Together (2014) - Self - Panellist
    - Knits and Knots (2013) - Self - Panellist
    - Knees and Knockers (2013) - Self - Panellist
    - Jobs (2012) - Self - Panellist
    - Jack and Jill (2012) - Self - Panellist
    - The Immortal Bard (2012) - Self - Panellist
    - Intelligence (2011) - Self - Panellist
    - International (2011) - Self - Panellist
    - History (2011) - Self - Panellist
    - Health and Safety (2010) - Self - Panellist
    - Hoaxes (2010) - Self - Panellist
    - Geometry (2010) - Self - Panellist
    - Greats (2010) - Self - Panellist
    - Genius (2009) - Self - Panellist
    - Gardens (2009) - Self - Panellist
    - Food (2009) - Self - Panellist
    - Film (2009) - Self - Panellist
    - Families (2008) - Self - Panellist
    - Eyes and Ears (2007) - Self - Panellist
    - Europe (2007) - Self - Panellist
    - Doves (2006) - Self - Panellist
    - Corby (2005) - Self - Panellist
    2021
    Outsiders (TV Series) as
    Self - Presenter
    2023
    RHLSTP Book Club (Podcast Series) as
    Self
    - David Mitchell (2023) - Self
    2008
    The Graham Norton Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest / Self
    - Kylie Minogue/Stephen Graham/David Mitchell/Mawaan Rizwan/Mae Muller (2023) - Self - Guest
    - David Mitchell/Robert Webb/Regina King/Anya Taylor-Joy/Olly Alexander/Mel Giedroyc/Jimmy Fallon/Yungblud (2021) - Self - Guest
    - Hillary Clinton/Chelsea Clinton/Jamie Oliver/David Mitchell/Kesha (2019) - Self - Guest
    - Jennifer Lopez/Freddie Flintoff/David Mitchell/Zrinka Cvitesic/Declan Bennett (2013) - Self - Guest
    - Matt Le Blanc/David Mitchell/Mary Portas/Donald Sutherland (2011) - Self - Guest
    - Episode #6.2 (2009) - Self - Guest
    - Episode #3.5 (2008) - Self
    2009
    The One Show (TV Series documentary) as
    Self / Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 27 September 2023 (2023) - Self
    - Episode dated 6 June 2022 (2022) - Self
    - Episode dated 21 January 2021 (2021) - Self
    - Episode dated 24 August 2018 (2018) - Self
    - Episode dated 25 August 2017 (2017) - Self
    - Episode #6.6 (2011) - Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 25 September 2009 (2009) - Self
    2022
    Brydon & (TV Series short) as
    Self
    - David Mitchell (2022) - Self
    2015
    The Last Leg (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest / Self
    - The Last Leg of the Year 2021 (2021) - Self
    - Episode #24.9 (2021) - Self - Guest
    - The Last Leg of the Year 2020 (2020) - Self
    - Episode #21.6 (2020) - Self - Guest
    - Episode #17.3 (2019) - Self - Guest
    - Episode #6.7 (2015) - Self - Guest
    2021
    Strictly Come Dancing (TV Series) as
    Self - Audience Member
    - Week 3: Movie Week (2021) - Self - Audience Member (uncredited)
    2012
    Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast (Podcast Series) as
    Self
    - David Mitchell (2021) - Self
    - David Mitchell (2016) - Self
    - David Mitchell (2012) - Self (voice)
    2005
    Have I Got News for You (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest Presenter / Self
    - David Mitchell, Rev Richard Coles, Janey Godley (2021) - Self - Guest Presenter
    - David Mitchell, Maisie Adam, Rory Stewart MP (2019) - Self - Guest Presenter
    - David Mitchell, Andy Hamilton, Deborah Frances-White (2018) - Self - Guest Presenter
    2020
    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2014
    8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (TV Series) as
    Self - Contestant / Self - Team Captain
    - Christmas Special 2020 (2020) - Self - Contestant
    - Episode #17.4 (2019) - Self - Contestant
    - Christmas Special 2018 (2018) - Self - Contestant
    - Episode #12.5 (2017) - Self - Contestant
    - Episode #11.7 (2016) - Self - Team Captain
    - Episode #10.4 (2016) - Self - Contestant
    - Episode #9.5 (2016) - Self - Contestant
    - Episode #6.1 (2015) - Self - Contestant
    - Episode #5.1 (2014) - Self - Contestant
    2020
    Sunday AM (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 26 January 2020 (2020) - Self
    2019
    The Big Narstie Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode #2.5 (2019) - Self - Guest
    2018
    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2012
    The Jonathan Ross Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest / Self
    - David Mitchell, Dina Asher-Smith, Josh Groban, Keith Lemon and Hozier (2018) - Self - Guest
    - Bradley Cooper, Stephen Tyler, David Mitchell, Joe Perry and Emeli Sande. (2012) - Self
    2015
    Lorraine (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 12 September 2018 (2018) - Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 13 November 2015 (2015) - Self - Guest
    2018
    Stand Up To Cancer (TV Special) as
    Self
    2017
    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2017
    Duck Quacks Don't Echo (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Sir Trevor McDonald, Katherine Ryan, David Mitchell (2017) - Self
    2017
    Channel 4's Alternative Election Night (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    2017
    Room 101 (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Bonus Bellyaches (2017) - Self
    - David Mitchell, Judy Murray, Anita Rani (2017) - Self
    2016
    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2016
    The Big Fat Quiz of Everything (TV Series) as
    Self - Contestant
    - Episode #1.1 (2016) - Self - Contestant
    2016
    Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (TV Series) as
    Self - Panellist
    - Hitler & Jingle (2016) - Self - Panellist
    2015
    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2015
    Bafta's 60 Seconds With... (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Robert Webb (2015) - Self
    - David Mitchell (2015) - Self
    2015
    The 15 Second Interview with Joe Lycett (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - David Mitchell (2015) - Self - Guest
    2015
    Alternative Election Night (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    2015
    The Great Comic Relief Bake Off (TV Series) as
    Self - Contestant
    - Episode #2.3 (2015) - Self - Contestant
    2014
    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2014
    Daily Brunch with Ocado (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode #1.19 (2014) - Self - Guest
    2014
    This Week (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 6 November 2014 (2014) - Self
    2009
    This Morning (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 4 November 2014 (2014) - Self
    - Episode dated 9 October 2012 (2012) - Self
    - Episode dated 9 October 2009 (2009) - Self
    2014
    Gadget Man (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Staying In (2014) - Self
    2014
    50 Years of BBC2 Comedy (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2014
    The Comedy Vaults: BBC2's Hidden Treasure (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2013
    Was It Something I Said? (TV Series) as
    Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.8 (2013) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.7 (2013) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.6 (2013) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.5 (2013) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.4 (2013) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.3 (2013) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.2 (2013) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.1 (2013) - Self - Presenter
    2009
    Alan Carr: Chatty Man (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #11.6 (2013) - Self
    - Episode #2.3 (2009) - Self
    2013
    The Big Fat Quiz of the 80s (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2011
    10 O'Clock Live (TV Series) as
    Self - Presenter
    2013
    Goodbye Television Centre (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2013
    Only Connect (TV Series) as
    Self - Muppets
    - Comic Relief Special: Neuromantics v Muppets (2013) - Self - Muppets
    2009
    David Mitchell's Soap Box (TV Series short) as
    Self
    - Living in the Moment (2012) - Self
    - Social Signals (2012) - Self
    - Richard III (2012) - Self
    - Signing Autographs (2012) - Self
    - I Wouldn't Have Minded But- (2012) - Self
    - What the Hell Is Going On? (2012) - Self
    - Choice Is a Bad Idea (2012) - Self
    - Emotional Intelligence Quiz (2012) - Self
    - Downton Abbey (2012) - Self
    - Going Forward (2012) - Self
    - Mensa (2012) - Self
    - Taste (2012) - Self
    - Talking to Strangers (2012) - Self
    - Love or Hate (2012) - Self
    - Problems and Challenges (2012) - Self
    - Gangster Movies (2012) - Self
    - The Great British Public (2012) - Self
    - Hanging Up (2012) - Self
    - Wine Tasting (2012) - Self
    - Ready to Order (2012) - Self
    - Pointy Shoes (2012) - Self
    - Bread & Butter (2012) - Self
    - Not One (2011) - Self
    - Marathons (2011) - Self
    - Young Man (2011) - Self
    - Burden of Proof (2011) - Self
    - Sustainability (2011) - Self
    - Quiz Answers (2011) - Self
    - Drinking Culture (2011) - Self
    - Gifts (2011) - Self
    - Television Credits (2011) - Self
    - Quiz (2011) - Self
    - Friends (2011) - Self
    - Cheap Hotels (2011) - Self
    - Chef's Special (2011) - Self
    - Sports TV (2011) - Self
    - Naming Your Child (2011) - Self
    - Weddings (2011) - Self
    - Stag Nights (2011) - Self
    - Machines (2011) - Self
    - LOL (2011) - Self
    - Phone Calls (2011) - Self
    - In Summary (2010) - Self
    - Red Shirt (2010) - Self
    - Kids' Stuff (2010) - Self
    - Signs (2010) - Self
    - Communal Eating (2010) - Self
    - 3D (2010) - Self
    - Signing Boobs (2010) - Self
    - Trains: Part 2 (2010) - Self
    - Trains (2010) - Self
    - Innuendo (2010) - Self
    - Pub Queues (2010) - Self
    - Climate Change (2010) - Self
    - Origins of the Word 'Camelopard' (2010) - Self (voice)
    - Lying Liars (2010) - Self
    - References (2010) - Self
    - Authenticity (2010) - Self
    - Personal Debts (2010) - Self
    - Haircut (2010) - Self
    - Dear America- (2010) - Self
    - King Cnut and Mythical Heroes (2010) - Self
    - Waste (2009) - Self
    - Food (2009) - Self
    - Birthday (2009) - Self
    - Competition Winner (2009) - Self
    - A Quiz (2009) - Self
    - Gaelic (2009) - Self
    - Hauliers (2009) - Self
    - The Merits of Necrophilia (2009) - Self
    - Going to the Doctor (2009) - Self
    - Man Flu (2009) - Self
    - Male Grooming (2009) - Self
    - Compliments (2009) - Self
    - Passion (2009) - Self
    - How Much I Earn (2009) - Self
    - Rape and Pillage (2009) - Self
    - Consensus (2009) - Self
    - Spelling (2009) - Self
    - TV Rudeness (2009) - Self
    - Unusually Smart (2009) - Self
    - Beer (2009) - Self
    - The Elderly (2009) - Self
    - Wales (2009) - Self
    - Flowers (2009) - Self
    - Mouse (2009) - Self
    2012
    The Big Fat Quiz of the 00s (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2012
    Channel 4's 30 Greatest Comedy Shows (TV Special documentary) as
    Self
    2011
    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2011
    Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Christmas Special (2011) - Self
    2011
    The British Comedy Awards 2011 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2011
    QI Genesis (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2011
    Comedy Britain (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2008
    Question Time (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 23 June 2011 (2011) - Self
    - Episode dated 12 March 2009 (2009) - Self
    - Episode dated 3 July 2008 (2008) - Self
    2011
    Mark Lawson Talks to... (TV Series) as
    Self
    - David Mitchell (2011) - Self
    2010
    Breakfast (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 16 March 2011 (2011) - Self
    - Episode dated 23 November 2010 (2010) - Self
    - Episode dated 13 July 2010 (2010) - Self
    - Episode dated 26 February 2010 (2010) - Self
    2011
    24 Hour Panel People (TV Mini Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.1 (2011) - Self
    2010
    Peep Show & Tell (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2010
    Pete & Dud: The Lost Sketches (TV Movie) as
    Self - Contributor
    2010
    The British Academy Television Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    2009
    You Have Been Watching (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Best of the Bastards (2010) - Self
    - Episode #1.7 (2009) - Self
    2010
    Alternative Election Night (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    2010
    Channel 4's Comedy Gala (TV Special) as
    Self / Mark Corrigan
    2010
    The Bubble (TV Series) as
    Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.6 (2010) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.5 (2010) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.4 (2010) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.3 (2010) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.2 (2010) - Self - Presenter
    - Episode #1.1 (2010) - Self - Presenter
    2010
    The Million Pound Bike Ride: A Sport Relief Special (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self - Narrator (voice)
    2010
    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2009
    The Book Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #4.7 (2009) - Self
    2005
    Mock the Week (TV Series) as
    Self
    2009
    Who Do You Think You Are? (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - David Mitchell (2009) - Self
    2006
    Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #16.20 (2009) - Self
    - Episode #11.5 (2006) - Self
    2009
    Comic Relief 2009 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2008
    Have I Got News for You: The Inevitable Internet Spin-Off (TV Series short) as
    Self - Guest Presenter
    - Episode #4.7 (2008) - Self - Guest Presenter
    2008
    8 Out of 10 Cats (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #7.13 (2008) - Self
    2008
    Blackadder's Most Cunning Moments (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self - Narrator (voice)
    2008
    Blackadder Exclusive: The Whole Rotten Saga (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self - Narrator (voice)
    2008
    Sport Relief 2008 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2008
    Lily Allen and Friends (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.1 (2008) - Self
    2008
    Wonderland (TV Series documentary) as
    Self - Narrator
    - The Secret Life of Norman Wisdom Aged 92¾ (2008) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    2007
    Behind the Tricks: Making 'Magicians' (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2007
    Dawn French's Boys Who Do Comedy (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.2 (2007) - Self
    - Episode #1.1 (2007) - Self
    - Episode #1.3 (2007) - Self
    2007
    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2007
    Saturday Live Again! (TV Special) as
    Self
    2007
    The Big Fat Anniversary Quiz (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2007
    TV Is Dead? (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Self - Narrator
    - The New Rules of the Game (2007) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - Time for TV (2007) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - How to Make Great TV Shows (2007) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - Winning Back the Teens (2007) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - Standing Out from the Crowd (2007) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    2007
    Timeshift (TV Series documentary) as
    Self - That Mitchell and Webb Look
    - Gagging for It: TV's Hunger for Radio Comedy (2007) - Self - That Mitchell and Webb Look
    2007
    Soccer AM (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #11.39 (2007) - Self
    2007
    Parkinson (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 5 May 2007 (2007) - Self
    2007
    The World's Greatest Comedy Characters (TV Special documentary) as
    Self / Mark Corrigan
    2007
    Sci-Fi Saved My Life (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Self - Narrator
    - 'Stargate' Saved My Life (2007) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - 'Men in Black' Saved My Life (2007) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - 'The Terminator' Saved My Life (2007) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - 'The Matrix' Saved My Life (2007) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    2006
    The British Comedy Awards 2006 Live (TV Special) as
    Self
    2006
    The Two Faces of Mitchell and Webb (Video documentary)
    2006
    The Best of the Worst (TV Series) as
    Self - Team Captain
    - Episode #1.6 (2006) - Self - Team Captain
    - Episode #1.5 (2006) - Self - Team Captain
    - Episode #1.4 (2006) - Self - Team Captain
    - Episode #1.3 (2006) - Self - Team Captain
    - Episode #1.2 (2006) - Self - Team Captain
    - Episode #1.1 (2006) - Self - Team Captain
    2006
    The Law of the Playground (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.7 (2006) - Self
    - Episode #1.6 (2006) - Self
    - Episode #1.5 (2006) - Self
    - Episode #1.4 (2006) - Self
    - Episode #1.3 (2006) - Self
    - Episode #1.2 (2006) - Self
    - Episode #1.1 (2006) - Self
    2006
    TV Heaven, Telly Hell (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.6 (2006) - Self
    2006
    Beauty and the Geek (TV Series) as
    Self - Narrator
    - Episode #1.6 (2006) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - Episode #1.5 (2006) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - Episode #1.4 (2006) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - Episode #1.3 (2006) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - Episode #1.2 (2006) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    - Episode #1.1 (2006) - Self - Narrator (voice)
    2006
    Imagine (TV Series) as
    Self
    - A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Studio (2006) - Self
    2005
    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special) as
    Self - Contestant
    2005
    The British Comedy Awards 2005 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2005
    Untitled 'Peep Show' Documentary (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2005
    FAQ U (TV Series) as
    Self - Host
    - Episode #1.10 (2005) - Self - Host
    - Episode #1.9 (2005) - Self - Host
    - Episode #1.8 (2005) - Self - Host
    - Episode #1.7 (2005) - Self - Host
    - Episode #1.6 (2005) - Self - Host
    2005
    Britain's 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2005
    100 Greatest Cartoons (TV Special documentary) as
    Self
    2001
    Fanorama (TV Series) as
    Self - Team Captain
    2002
    Does Doug Know? (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.6 (2002) - Self
    - Episode #1.3 (2002) - Self
    1997
    The Jack Docherty Show (TV Series) as
    Various
    Archive Footage
    2009
    Would I Lie to You? (TV Series) as
    Self - Team Captain
    - More Unseen Bits (2024) - Self - Team Captain
    - Unseen Bits (2024) - Self - Team Captain
    - More Unseen Bits (2023) - Self - Team Captain
    - Unseen Bits (2023) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Best Bits (2022) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Unseen Bits (2022) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Best Bits (2021) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Unseen Bits (2021) - Self - Team Captain
    - More Unseen Bits (2020) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Unseen Bits (2020) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Best Bits (2019) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Unseen Bits (2019) - Self - Team Captain
    - Series 11: The Unseen Bits (2018) - Self - Team Captain
    - Series 10: The Unseen Bits (2016) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Unseen Bits (2013) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Unseen Bits of Series 6 (2012) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Unseen Bits (2011) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Unseen Bits (2010) - Self - Team Captain
    - The Best of Series 3 & Unseen Bits (2009) - Self - Team Captain
    2005
    Mock the Week (TV Series) as
    Self
    - The History of- Part 1 (2022) - Self
    - Episode #11.13 (2012) - Self
    - Episode #11.4 (2012) - Self
    - Episode #7.13 (2009) - Self
    - Episode #6.12 (2008) - Self
    - Episode #5.12 (2007) - Self
    - Episode #4.6 (2007) - Self
    - Episode #2.7 (2006) - Self
    - Episode #1.6 (2005) - Self
    2007
    QI (TV Series) as
    Self - Panellist
    - VG: Part I (2022) - Self - Panellist
    - Season's Greetings (2021) - Self - Panellist
    - QI VG: Series Q Compilation Show 2 (2020) - Self - Panellist
    - QI VG: Series Q Compilation Show 1 (2020) - Self - Panellist
    - VG Part One (2018) - Self - Panellist
    - VG: Part 2 (2017) - Self - Panellist
    - VG: Part 1 (2017) - Self - Panellist
    - QI VG: Series M Compilation - Part 2 (2016) - Self - Panellist
    - VG Part Two (2015) - Self - Panellist
    - VG Part One (2015) - Self - Panellist
    - VG Part Two (2014) - Self - Panellist
    - VG Part One (2014) - Self - Panellist
    - VG Part Two (2013) - Self - Panellist
    - VG: Part 1 (2012) - Self - Panellist
    - VG: Part 2 (2011) - Self - Panellist
    - VG: Part 1 (2011) - Self - Panellist
    - VG Part 2 (2010) - Self - Panellist
    - VG Part 1 (2010) - Self - Panellist
    - Elephants (2007) - Self - Panellist
    2022
    Jeremy Vine (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #5.19 (2022) - Self
    2011
    Have I Got News for You (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest Presenter
    - 2021 Highlights (2021) - Self - Guest Presenter
    - Have I Got 2019 News for You (2019) - Self - Guest Presenter
    - Christmas Special (2018) - Self - Guest Presenter
    - Episode #48.11 (2014) - Self - Guest Presenter
    - Episode #46.11 (2013) - Self - Guest Presenter
    - Episode #42.11 (2011) - Self - Guest Presenter
    2021
    Rachel Riley's Rude Words! (Video short) as
    Self - Contestant
    2020
    8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (TV Series) as
    Self - Contestant
    - Best Bits 2 (2020) - Self - Contestant
    - Best Bits 1 (2020) - Self - Contestant
    2014
    Britain's Best Loved Double Acts (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self - Double Act
    2008
    The Graham Norton Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Compilation (2013) - Self
    - Compilation (2011) - Self
    - Episode #6.12 (2009) - Self
    - Episode #4.13 (2008) - Self
    2005
    Have I Got News for You: The Best of the Guest Presenters - Volume 2 (Video) as
    Self

    References

    David Mitchell (comedian) Wikipedia


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