All About Kevin Brian Bishop Wiki and Filmography

All About Kevin Brian Bishop Wiki and Filmography

Kevin Brian Bishop is an English actor, comedian, writer born on 18 June 1980 in Bromley, England, UK

He is the writer and star of The Kevin Bishop Show, which he co-wrote with Lee Hupfield

Cast as Jim Hawkins in Muppet Treasure Island (1996), He subsequently appeared in several British television series

Including Pie in the Sky (1994), Love Soup (2005), My Family (2000), Peep Show (2003), and Spoons (2005)

In 2005, he played comedian Dudley Moore on stage in “Pete and Dud: Come Again,” a drama that charted Moore’s turbulent relationship with Peter Cook,

which debuted at the Assembly Rooms as part of the Edinburgh Fringe before transferring to he Venue in London’s West End in March 2006.

2013, he appeared in the American comedy series Super Fun Night, written by and starring Australian comedic actress Rebel Wilson


All About Kevin Brian Bishop Wiki and Filmography

All About Kevin Brian Bishop Wiki and Filmography


1996Muppet Treasure IslandJim Hawkins
1997Silent Witness, Series 2, “Friends Like These”Ben Quayle
1997Pie in the Sky, Series 5, “The Apprentice”Nicky Banks
2000The Big FinishKevin
2001My Family (TV)“Stupid” Brian
2002L’Auberge espagnoleWilliam
2002Food of LovePaul Porterfield
2005Peep Show (TV)Ollie
2005Russian DollsWilliam
2006–2008Star StoriesVarious
2007Irina PalmTom
2008–2009The Kevin Bishop Show (TV)Himself
2011A Few Best MenGraham
2012May I Kill U?Baz
2012Keith Lemon: The FilmDougie
2013–2014Super Fun Night (TV)Richard Royce
2015We’re Doomed! The Dads Army StoryJames Beck
2016BenidormPeter Andre tribute act
2016The Rack PackBarry Hearn
2016Nigel Farage Gets His Life BackNigel Farage
2016–2017PorridgeNigel Norman Fletcher
2017Tracey Ullman’s ShowVarious
2020Song Machine2-D

Films and Box Office

 FilmRelease DateBudgetDomestic BO CollectionWW BO Collection
8Keith Lemon: The FilmAugust 24, 2012 (Domestic, EMEA)  $4,682,943
7May I Kill U?January 11, 2013 (United Kingdom)  $12,571
6A Few Best MenJanuary 5, 2012 (Spain)  $15,521,362
5Irina PalmApril 18, 2007 (Belgium) $44,383$10,610,835
4Russian Dolls10-May-06$10,000,000$326,095$23,727,301
3Food of Love25-Oct-02 $43,922$113,164
2L’Auberge espagnoleJune 19, 2002 (France)$5,600,000$3,897,799$33,272,835
1Muppet Treasure Island16-Feb-96$31,000,000$34,327,391$34,327,391

Disclaimer: The Box Office Data are compiled from various sources and by our own research. These data can be approximate and Hollywood Filmography does not make any claims about the authenticity of the data

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