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Years active
  
1996–present

Name
  
Mackenzie Crook


Spouse
  
Lindsay Crook (m. 2001)

Siblings
  
Zoe Crook

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Full Name
  
Paul James Crook

Born
  
29 September 1971 (age 52) (
1971-09-29
)
Maidstone, Kent, England

Occupation
  
Actor, writer, director, comedian

Role
  
Actor · mackenziecrook.com

Children
  
Scout Elizabeth Crook, Jude Michael Crook

Books
  
The Windvale Sprites, The Lost Journals of Benjamin Tooth

Movies and TV shows
  
Detectorists, The Office, Pirates of the Caribbea, Pirates of the Caribbea, Almost Human

Similar People
  
Lee Arenberg, Toby Jones, Jack Davenport, Jonathan Pryce, Gore Verbinski

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Paul James "Mackenzie" Crook (born 29 September 1971) is an English actor, director, comedian and BAFTA-winning writer. He is best known for playing Gareth Keenan in The Office, Ragetti in the Pirates of the Caribbean films, and Orell in the HBO series Game of Thrones, and is the creator and star of BBC Four's Detectorists.

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Early life

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Crook was born in Maidstone, Kent. He grew up in Dartford, Kent. He was raised by Michael Crook, a British Airways employee, and Sheila Crook, a hospital manager. As a child, he was put on a course of hormone therapy for three years due to a growth hormone deficiency. In the summers, he spent time at his uncle's tobacco farm in northern Zimbabwe, where he developed his love for painting.

Film and television career

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One of Crook's earliest television appearances was in the 1998 Channel 4 sketch show Barking, as a grotesque schoolteacher called Mr Bagshaw who is said to be based on a variety of obnoxious, overbearing science teachers he was taught by while in school.

He was offered his first major television role as a comedy sketch contributor on Channel 4's The Eleven O'Clock Show in 1998, from which Crook was later dropped. He was later a member of the main cast of the BBC sketch show TV to Go in 2001.

In late 1999 he hosted the short-lived ITV1 show Comedy Café in the guise of his Charlie Cheese character. The show made by Channel X for ITV1 had Charlie Cheese interviewing various celebrities about their latest live tour, book, album or film release. In 2001, he auditioned for the role of Gareth Keenan in Ricky Gervais/Stephen Merchant popular mockumentary The Office. Written originally for a larger, thuggish actor, Crook won the role and by the end of the series in 2003 had earned himself two BAFTA nominations.

Crook was featured in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006), and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007); as Ragetti, a pirate with a comically ill-fitting wooden false eye, who is teamed with Pintel (Lee Arenberg). Neither Crook nor Arenberg was featured in the 2011 movie Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. He has appeared in adverts as the character for Visa and M&M's. He has also featured as himself in adverts for MTV, Film Four and as a voiceover artiste for motor insurance company Green Flag in 2007. In 2010 he provided a voice over in an advertisement for the electrical retailer Currys.

Crook also appeared as Launcelot Gobbo in Michael Radford's 2004 film adaptation of Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice and had a minor role in the 2004 film Finding Neverland as a theatre usher. Other films he has appeared in include The Gathering (2003) and The Brothers Grimm (2005). Crook has starred in three of Tim Plester and Ben Gregor's short films: as Gary Tibbs in Ant Muzak (2002), as Servalan in Blake's Junction 7 (2004), and as Glorious George in World of Wrestling (2006). All three of these films have been released on DVD. He has also voiced in a television series called Modern Toss and has featured in I Want Candy as Mr Dulberg, a quirky university professor and voiced a character called Rolli Bobbler in the English version of an animated film from Finland called Quest for a Heart (original Finnish name Röllin Sydän). He also performed a duet with Ricky Gervais in the Concert for Diana.

Crook played the leading role of Paul Callow in the British comedy film Three and Out, released on 25 April 2008. On 10 May 2008 he appeared in an episode of the BBC1 comedy/drama "Love Soup" playing the character Marty Cady and appeared in an episode of Andrew Davies' 2008 BBC adaptation of Charles Dickens' Little Dorrit. He also provided his voice and movements to a character in Steven Spielberg's The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, which began filming in January 2009 and was released in 2011.

Crook starred in Wyndham Price's drama Abraham's Point as Comet Snape and appeared in City of Ember as Looper, and on TV was featured in the documentary Tattoos: A Scarred History (2009). He also appeared in Big Brother Celebrity Hijack and the ITV drama Demons (originally titled The Last Van Helsing) as the vampire Dr. Gladiolus Hadilus Tradius Thrip. In January 2009, Crook featured in the second and third episodes of the third series of the E4 hit teen cult drama Skins, which he played psychotic Bristol gangster Johnny White. He appeared in Merlin, for the first episode of the second season, as Cedric, who tried to take Merlin's job as Prince Arthur's manservant. In November 2010 Mackenzie starred in A Reluctant Tragic Hero, a comic play by Anton Chekhov, on the Sky Arts channel, which also starred Johnny Vegas, with whom he also starred in 2004's 'Sex Lives of the Potato Men' - a film about the sexual antics of a group of potato delivery men in Birmingham. Mackenzie played Corporal Buckley, a brutal career soldier, in Jimmy McGovern's Accused, broadcast on BBC1 in November 2010. During the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con it was announced that Crook would play the role of Orell in the third season of Game of Thrones.

Mackenzie also wrote and directed and starred in the British television comedy series Detectorists, which was first broadcast on BBC Four on 2 October 2014. Filmed in the countryside of Suffolk and the market town of Framlingham, the show is a gently humorous and affectionate portrayal of a pair of metal-detecting enthusiasts, Andy (Crook) and Lance (Toby Jones), and their colleagues in the fictional Danebury Metal Detecting Club. In 2015, Crook won a British Academy Television Craft Award for Best Writing in a Comedy Series for the show, whilst the series won the British Academy Television Award for Best Situation Comedy. A second series aired in the UK in October/November 2015. A Christmas special was broadcast on 23 December 2015. In 2017 the BBC confirmed that a third and final series of Detectorists will be produced.

Mackenzie then went on to play the role of 'Nester of Maddox' in the British television fantasy-comedy series "Yonderland", which is broadcast on Sky 1, and stars and was also written by the key cast of the award-winning British television educational historical comedy series "Horrible Histories". He plays the role of the father of the main character Debbie (played by British actress Martha Howe-Douglas) and appears in three episodes of series 2 - episode 1, episode 2 and episode 4.

Theatre

Crook played Billy Bibbit in the 2004 London West End production of the stage play of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest opposite Christian Slater, and in 2006 he appeared in The Exonerated at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith.

He starred in director Ian Rickson's production of The Seagull opposite Kristin Scott Thomas, as the troubled writer Konstantin for which he earned a nomination from the Evening Standard Theatre Awards. Starting at the Royal Court Theatre in London in February/March 2007, it transferred to Broadway in September 2008. In December 2008 he finished the Broadway run of The Seagull at the Walter Kerr Theatre.

From 15 July through to 15 August 2009 Mackenzie appeared at the Royal Court Theatre in Jez Butterworth's Jerusalem. He and the play received rave reviews and it was transferred to the West End's Apollo Theatre in February 2010. In May 2011 he was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play, for his role in the Broadway transfer of the show and also appeared in the 2011 London revival.

Also during 2010, on 18 April, Mackenzie took part in the fund raising event We Are One, a celebration of tribal peoples, in aid of indigenous rights organisation Survival International, at the Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue. The evening was a performance of tribal prose and poetry from some of the UK and Hollywood's leading actors and musicians. The event was created and directed by Mark Rylance. Mackenzie appeared in the play "Aliens" at the Bush Theatre in October 2010 and in early 2012 appeared in The Recruiting Officer at the Donmar Warehouse.

Other work

Crook has directed a music video for the London electro band Paw Paw (his sister Zoe is one of the band members). The stop motion animation video accompanies the band's debut single 'Wired OK', released on 16 July 2007 on Albino Recordings. Crook appeared as a postman in the music video for Paul McCartney's single "Dance Tonight" alongside actress Natalie Portman. The video for the song was directed by Michel Gondry and was posted exclusively on YouTube on 22 May 2007.

Crook has a deal with publisher Faber to illustrate and write a children's book. His first one, The Windvale Sprites, was released in November 2011. It was announced on 8 February 2012, that Crook's book was nominated for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize, in the 5–12-year-old category. The book contains references to a storm in 1987 which hit Dartford and surrounding areas. Crook teamed up with the writers of Modern Toss and footwear giant Kickers in 2009 to provide voiceovers for a new series of comedy cartoons called Random Bandits, which are featured online at the Kickers MySpace. On 9 April 2010 it was announced that Crook would star in the music video for Slow Club's new single, "Giving Up on Love", after band member Rebecca Taylor wrote to him. Crook regularly works in radio, and is scheduled to appear in the BBC Radio Four show North by Northamptonshire, in 2011. Crook stars alongside Geoffrey Palmer, Sheila Hancock, Lizzie Roper and Jessica Henwick. Crook narrated the audiobook version of the novel 'Charlotte Street' by Danny Wallace.

Personal life

Crook and his wife Lindsay, a former advertising executive, reside in Muswell Hill, London. They were married in April 2001 and have a son and a daughter. Crook is an atheist, saying in a 2005 interview, "I don't believe in life after death. I am a staunch atheist and I know that when I die, that will be it, I will just blink out of existence."

Filmography

Actor
2014
Detectorists (TV Series) as
Andy / Andy Stone
- Special (2022) - Andy
- Christmas Special (2015) - Andy Stone
2019
Worzel Gummidge (TV Series) as
Worzel Gummidge
- Calliope Jane (2021) - Worzel Gummidge
- Twitchers (2021) - Worzel Gummidge
- Guy Forks (2021) - Worzel Gummidge
- Saucy Nancy (2020) - Worzel Gummidge
- The Green Man (2019) - Worzel Gummidge
- The Scarecrow of Scatterbrook (2019) - Worzel Gummidge
2021
Lake (Video Game) as
The Detectorist (voice)
2020
Children in Need (TV Series) as
Worzel Gummidge
- Children in Need 2020 (2020) - Worzel Gummidge
2020
Comedians: Home Alone (TV Mini Series) as
Mr. Bagshaw
- Episode #1.5 (2020) - Mr. Bagshaw
2017
Britannia (TV Series) as
Veran / Harka
- The Challenge (2019) - Veran / Harka
- The Crossroads (2019) - Veran / Harka
- A Painful Truth (2019) - Veran / Harka
- Alliance of Dark Forces (2019) - Veran / Harka
- The Eagle's Arms (2019) - Veran / Harka
- My Sister, the Queen (2019) - Veran / Harka
- Dark Game (2019) - Veran / Harka
- Genesis (2019) - Veran / Harka
- May the Gods Speak (2019) - Veran / Harka
- Imperial Visit (2019) - Veran
- Pax Romana (2018) - Veran
- Initiation (2018) - Veran
- Alone in the World (2018) - Veran (credit only)
- The Chosen One (2018) - Veran
- Tractations (2018) - Veran
- Judgement of the Gods (2018) - Veran
- Honor and Betrayals (2018) - Veran
- Secret Alliances (2018) - Veran
- Woe to the Vanquished (2017) - Veran
2019
Britannia VR: Out of your Mind (Short)
2019
Tales from the Lodge as
Joe
2018
Watership Down (TV Mini Series) as
Hawkbit
- The Siege (2018) - Hawkbit (voice)
- The Escape (2018) - Hawkbit (voice)
- The Raid (2018) - Hawkbit (voice)
- The Journey (2018) - Hawkbit (voice)
2018
Christopher Robin as
Newspaper Seller
2017
Eat Locals as
Larousse
2015
Yonderland (TV Series) as
Nestor
- Up the Workers (2015) - Nestor
- The Winging Detective (2015) - Nestor
- Panic on the Streets of Yonderland (2015) - Nestor
2015
Ordinary Lies (TV Series) as
Pete
- Episode #1.6 (2015) - Pete
- Episode #1.5 (2015) - Pete
- Episode #1.3 (2015) - Pete
- Episode #1.2 (2015) - Pete
- Episode #1.1 (2015) - Pete
2015
Funny Valentines (TV Mini Series) as
Fly
- The Lady and the Fly (2015) - Fly (voice)
2014
Muppets Most Wanted as
Prado Museum Guard #1
2013
Almost Human (TV Series) as
Rudy Lom
- Straw Man (2014) - Rudy Lom
- Beholder (2014) - Rudy Lom
- Disrupt (2014) - Rudy Lom
- Perception (2014) - Rudy Lom
- Unbound (2014) - Rudy Lom
- You Are Here (2014) - Rudy Lom
- Simon Says (2014) - Rudy Lom
- Arrhythmia (2013) - Rudy Lom
- Blood Brothers (2013) - Rudy Lom
- The Bends (2013) - Rudy Lom
- Are You Receiving? (2013) - Rudy Lom
- Skin (2013) - Rudy Lom
- Pilot (2013) - Rudy Lom
2013
Orbit Ever After (Short) as
Dad
2013
One Chance as
Braddon
2013
In Secret as
Grivet
2013
The Cafe (TV Series) as
Dave
- Reap What You Sow (2013) - Dave
- Stags or Hens (2013) - Dave
2013
Disney Infinity (Video Game) as
Ragetti (voice)
2013
Game of Thrones (TV Series) as
Orell
- The Rains of Castamere (2013) - Orell
- The Bear and the Maiden Fair (2013) - Orell
- The Climb (2013) - Orell
- Kissed by Fire (2013) - Orell
- Walk of Punishment (2013) - Orell
- Dark Wings, Dark Words (2013) - Orell
2012
I Am Tom Moody (Short) as
Tom Moody (voice)
2012
Cheerful Weather for the Wedding as
David Dakin
2011
The Adventures of Tintin as
Tom / Pirate Flunky #2 (voice)
2011
North by Northamptonshire (Podcast Series)
2011
Ironclad as
Daniel Marks
2010
Accused (TV Series) as
Lance Corporal Alan Buckley
- Frankie's Story (2010) - Lance Corporal Alan Buckley
2010
Chekhov Comedy Shorts (TV Series) as
Murashkin
- A Reluctant Tragic Hero (2010) - Murashkin
2010
Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll as
Russell Hardy
2009
The All Star Impressions Show (TV Special) as
Albert Steptoe / Derren Brown
2009
10 Minute Tales (TV Series) as
Joe
- Ding Dong (2009) - Joe
2009
Merlin (TV Series) as
Cedric
- The Curse of Cornelius Sigan (2009) - Cedric
2009
Solomon Kane as
Father Michael
2009
Taking the Flak (TV Series) as
Nigel Bagwell
- Bigfooting (2009) - Nigel Bagwell
2009
Demons (TV Mini Series) as
Gladiolus Thrip
- Nothing Like Nebraska (2009) - Gladiolus Thrip
- They Bite (2009) - Gladiolus Thrip
2009
Skins (TV Series) as
John / John White
- Thomas (2009) - John
- Cook (2009) - John White
2008
Abraham's Point as
Comet Snape
2008
Little Dorrit (TV Series) as
Harris
- Episode #1.9 (2008) - Harris
2008
City of Ember as
Looper
2008
Crook & Lee (TV Movie) as
Various Characters
2008
Love Soup (TV Series) as
Marty Cady
- Human Error (2008) - Marty Cady
2008
A Deal Is a Deal as
Paul Callow
2006
Modern Toss (TV Series) as
Various
- Episode #2.5 (2008) - Various (voice)
- Episode #2.4 (2008) - Various (voice)
- Episode #2.6 (2008) - Various (voice)
- Episode #2.3 (2008) - Various (voice)
- Episode #2.2 (2008) - Various (voice)
- Episode #2.1 (2008) - Various (voice)
- Episode #1.1 (2006)
2007
Quest for a Heart as
Rolli (English version, voice)
2007
Bloopers of the Caribbean (Video short) as
Ragetti (uncredited)
2007
World of Wrestling (Short) as
Glorious George
2007
Paul McCartney: Dance Tonight (Music Video short) as
Postman
2007
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End as
Ragetti
2007
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (Video Game) as
Ragetti (voice)
2007
I Could Never Be Your Woman as
Producer
2007
I Want Candy as
Dulberg
2006
Popetown (TV Series) as
Various roles
- Derby Day (2006) - Various roles (voice)
- Day Trip (2006) - Various roles (voice)
- Trapped (2006) - Various roles (voice)
- The Big Fight (2006) - Various roles (voice)
- The Beautiful Game (2006) - Various roles (voice)
- Possessed (2006) - Various roles (voice)
- Career Opportunity (2006) - Various roles (voice)
- A Family Affair (2006) - Various roles (voice)
- State Visit (2006) - Various roles (voice)
- The Double (2006) - Various roles (voice)
2006
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest as
Ragetti
2006
Land of the Blind as
Editor
2005
The Brothers Grimm as
Hidlick
2005
Spider-Plant Man (TV Short) as
Scientist (uncredited)
2005
Blake's Junction 7 (Short) as
Servalan
2004
Churchill: The Hollywood Years as
Jimmy Charoo
2004
Top Buzzer (TV Series) as
Booze Delivery Guy
- The Neighbours Are Away (2004) - Booze Delivery Guy
2004
Finding Neverland as
Mr. Jaspers - Usher
2004
The Merchant of Venice as
Launcelot Gobbo
2004
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers as
Car Salesman
2004
Sex Lives of the Potato Men as
Ferris
2001
The Office (TV Series) as
Gareth Keenan
- Christmas Special: Part 2 (2003) - Gareth Keenan
- Christmas Special: Part 1 (2003) - Gareth Keenan
- Interview (2002) - Gareth Keenan
- Charity (2002) - Gareth Keenan
- Motivation (2002) - Gareth Keenan
- Party (2002) - Gareth Keenan
- Appraisals (2002) - Gareth Keenan
- Merger (2002) - Gareth Keenan
- Judgement (2001) - Gareth Keenan
- New Girl (2001) - Gareth Keenan
- Training (2001) - Gareth Keenan
- The Quiz (2001) - Gareth Keenan
- Work Experience (2001) - Gareth Keenan
- Downsize (2001) - Gareth Keenan
2003
Spine Chillers (TV Series) as
Grishnack
- Goths (2003) - Grishnack
2003
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl as
Ragetti
2003
The Principles of Lust as
Dan
2002
Ant Muzak (Short) as
Gary Tibbs
2002
The Gathering as
The Gathering
2002
Ed Stone Is Dead (TV Series) as
Anorak Guy
- City of Angela (2002) - Anorak Guy
2001
Comedy Lab (TV Series) as
Restaurant Manager
- Matthew and Tone: Tales of Friendship and Innocence (2002) - Restaurant Manager
- Origen's Wake (2001) - (voice)
2002
TV to Go (TV Series) as
Various Roles
- Episode #2.1 (2002) - Various Roles
2000
Monkey Trousers (TV Series) as
Various Characters
1999
Comedy Café (TV Series) as
Charlie Cheese
1998
Still Crazy as
Dutch Kid
1998
Barking (TV Series) as
Various Roles
- Episode #1.5 (1998) - Various Roles
- Episode #1.4 (1998) - Various Roles
- Episode #1.3 (1998) - Various Roles
- Episode #1.2 (1998) - Various Roles
- Episode #1.1 (1998) - Various Roles
1998
Gas (TV Series) as
Charlie Cheese
- Episode #2.1 (1998) - Charlie Cheese
1996
The Man Who Fell in Love with a Traffic Cone! as
The Man
Writer
-
Detectorists (TV Series) (creator - 19 episodes, 2014 - 2017) (writer - 13 episodes, 2014 - 2017) (written by - 1 episode, 2022)
- Special (2022) - (written by)
- Christmas Special (2015) - (creator) / (writer)
2019
Worzel Gummidge (TV Series) (writer - 5 episodes)
- Calliope Jane (2021) - (writer)
- Twitchers (2021) - (writer)
- Guy Forks (2021) - (writer)
- Saucy Nancy (2020) - (writer)
- The Scarecrow of Scatterbrook (2019) - (writer)
2021
Britannia (TV Series) (1 episode)
- A Precious Asset (2021)
2006
Popetown (TV Series) (written by - 3 episodes)
- The Big Fight (2006) - (written by)
- A Family Affair (2006) - (written by)
- State Visit (2006) - (written by)
Director
2014
Detectorists (TV Series) (20 episodes)
- Special (2022)
- Christmas Special (2015)
2019
Worzel Gummidge (TV Series) (5 episodes)
- Calliope Jane (2021)
- Twitchers (2021)
- Guy Forks (2021)
- Saucy Nancy (2020)
- The Scarecrow of Scatterbrook (2019)
2021
Britannia (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- A Precious Asset (2021)
- Vae Victis (2021)
Script Department
2006
Popetown (TV Series) (script editor - 10 episodes)
- Derby Day (2006) - (script editor)
- Day Trip (2006) - (script editor)
- Trapped (2006) - (script editor)
- The Big Fight (2006) - (script editor)
- The Beautiful Game (2006) - (script editor)
- Possessed (2006) - (script editor)
- Career Opportunity (2006) - (script editor)
- A Family Affair (2006) - (script editor)
- State Visit (2006) - (script editor)
- The Double (2006) - (script editor)
Soundtrack
2014
Detectorists (TV Series) (performer - 2 episodes)
- Episode #2.4 (2015) - (performer: "Wombles" - uncredited)
- Episode 3 (2014) - (performer: "New Age Girl" - uncredited)
2008
A Deal Is a Deal (performer: "A New England")
2002
The Office (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Merger (2002) - (performer: "Mahna Mahna" - uncredited)
Producer
2019
Worzel Gummidge (TV Series) (executive producer - 3 episodes)
- Saucy Nancy (2020) - (executive producer: showrunner)
- The Green Man (2019) - (executive producer: showrunner)
- The Scarecrow of Scatterbrook (2019) - (executive producer: showrunner)
Thanks
2019
Yesterday (special thanks)
Self
2022
The Queue (Short) as
Self
2021
Saturday Mash-Up (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 18 December 2021 (2021) - Self
2019
This Morning (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 20 December 2019 (2019) - Self
2019
The Chris Evans Breakfast Show (Podcast Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 19 December 2019 (2019) - Self
2019
The One Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Stormzy & Domhnall Gleeson (2019) - Self
2018
Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast (Podcast Series) as
Self
- Mackenzie Crook (2018) - Self
2017
Crackanory (TV Series) as
Self -Storyteller
- The Disappearance (2017) - Self -Storyteller
2013
Cheerful Weather for the Wedding: Behind the Scenes (Video documentary short) as
Self - David Dakin
2011
Would I Lie to You? (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #5.7 (2011) - Self
2011
The 65th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Nominee
2011
Pixar: 25 Magic Moments (TV Movie documentary) as
Self - Narrator (voice)
2010
Spirit Warriors: Backstage (TV Movie documentary) as
Narrator
2007
Breakfast (TV Series) as
Self - Actor / Self
- Episode dated 26 January 2010 (2010) - Self - Actor
- Episode dated 22 January 2007 (2007) - Self
2009
Merlin: Secrets & Magic (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Merlin Time (2009) - Self
- Welcome to Camelot (2009) - Self
2009
A Night at the Office (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
2009
Tattoos: A Scarred History (Documentary) as
Self
2009
CBeebies Bedtime Story (TV Series short) as
Self - Storyteller
- Don't Mention Pirates (2009) - Self - Storyteller
- Tappity-Tap! What Was That? (2009) - Self - Storyteller
- Sir Charlie Stinky Socks and the Really Frightful Night (2009) - Self - Storyteller
- If I Were You (2009) - Self - Storyteller
- Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs (2009) - Self - Storyteller
2008
Loose Women (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #12.174 (2008) - Self
2003
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #14.13 (2008) - Self
- Episode #5.5 (2003) - Self
2008
Big Brother: Celebrity Hijack (TV Series) as
Self - Hijacker
- Hijacked by Mackenzie Crook (2008) - Self - Hijacker
2008
Film '72 (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 15 January 2008 (2008) - Self
2007
School's Out (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #2.3 (2007) - Self
2007
Concert for Diana (TV Special documentary) as
Gareth Keenan
2007
This Is David Gest (TV Series documentary) as
Narrator
- You Gotta Have Faith (2007) - Narrator (voice)
- This Guy Is Crazy (2007) - Narrator (voice)
- I'm the One That You Want- (2007) - Narrator (voice)
- Au Revoir, Liza - Bonjour, Cliff! (2007) - Narrator (voice)
- It's My Party and I'll Cry If I Want To- (2007) - Narrator (voice)
- Me, Me, Me- and Beyonce (2007) - Narrator (voice)
2007
On the Set of 'Dance Tonight' (Short) as
Self
2007
Deadline (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.2 (2007) - Self
2007
Comedy Connections (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- The Office (2007) - Self
2006
Bloopers of the Caribbean (Video short) as
Self (uncredited)
2006
The Bigger Picture (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #3.10 (2006) - Self
2006
1 Leicester Square (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.15 (2006) - Self
2004
Richard & Judy (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 30 June 2006 (2006) - Self
- Episode dated 25 October 2004 (2004) - Self
2003
Blooper Reel (Video short) as
Self (uncredited)
2003
Ricky Gervais' and Stephen Merchant's Video Diary of the Making of Series Two of 'The Office' (Video documentary short) as
Self (uncredited)
2003
Live Floor Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #3.10 (2003) - Self
2001
The British Comedy Awards 2001 (TV Special) as
Self
1999
The 11 O'Clock Show (TV Series) as
Self - Presenter
1996
Cosmic Comedy (TV Series) as
Self
Archive Footage
2011
Would I Lie to You? (TV Series) as
Self
- The Unseen Bits (2011) - Self
2009
Michel Gondry 2: More Videos (Before and After DVD 1) (Video) as
Self (segment "Dance Tonight")
2009
This Morning (TV Series) as
Gladiolus Thrip
- Episode dated 6 February 2009 (2009) - Gladiolus Thrip
2007
The Comedy Christmas (TV Movie documentary) as
Gareth Keenan (uncredited)
2007
Planet Voice (TV Series) as
Ragetti
- Pirates of the Caribbean Premiere (2007) - Ragetti

References

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