David Mitchell (comedian), Date of Birth, Place of Birth


David Mitchell (comedian)

British actor, comedian and writer

Date of Birth: 14-Jul-1974

Place of Birth: Salisbury, England, United Kingdom

Profession: screenwriter, actor, writer, comedian, television presenter, radio personality, television actor, film actor, autobiographer

Nationality: United Kingdom

Zodiac Sign: Cancer

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About David Mitchell (comedian)

  • David James Stuart Mitchell (born 14 July 1974) is a British comedian, actor, writer and television presenter.
  • 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. In 2013, the duo starred in the short-lived Ambassadors.
  • Mitchell also starred as Owen in Think the Unthinkable.
  • He currently hosts the BBC Radio 4 panel game The Unbelievable Truth (2007–), stars in the Channel 4 comedy-drama Back (2017–) alongside Robert Webb, and the critically acclaimed Ben Elton-penned BBC Two historical comedy Upstart Crow (2016–). 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 was also 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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