A reference resource for Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Guest Best Known

Episode Guest Guest Best Known
1 Tim Minchin N/A
2 Jonathan Ross As the showbiz dad that most fathers identified with in 2004.
3 Francesca Martinez N/A
4 Charlie Higson As a Chortle Internet Comedy nominee. (RH won.)
5 Charlie Brooker Contributed to the 1980’s magazine Oink.
6 Nick Frost For Man Stroke Woman. He was in Casualty, before he was an actor, playing the character Fatso.
7 David Baddiel As the 6th sexiest Jew.
8 Stewart Lee As the star of BSkyB’s Up Your News.
9 Graham Linehan & Armando Iannucci GL: He was that Irish bloke in Alan Partridge.
AI: As the script editor from Radio 4’s The End of the Road Show.
10 Rob Delaney N/A
11 Steve Pemberton & Reece Shearsmith SP: As the vicar in Mr. Bean’s Holiday.
RS: As Davey in Henry IV, Part 2.
12 Peter Serafinowicz As the second henchman in the ITV movie of Jack and the Beanstalk.
13 David Mitchell As Mitch from Phineas and Ferb.
14 Dave Gorman As the presenter of The Top of the Form Story.
15 Adam Buxton As Barry in Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased).
16 Russell Howard As the second funniest person in the Radio 4 panel show Banter. He’s the second funniest person from the west country with the initials RH.
17 Chris Addison His appearance in the television show Dot Comedy.
18 Stephen Fry As the judge from Spice World, and of course Armitage Blair from Woof!
19 Mary Beard As the best-known classicist in the country.
20 John Lloyd For writing two episodes of Dr. Snuggles.
21 Russell Brand As the Earth Guardian in Robbie the Reindeer: Close Encounters of the Herd Kind.
22 Edgar Wright As the Deep Thought Technician in the disappointing Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy movie.
23 Mark Thomas From Saturday Zoo.
24 Isy Suttie For her appearance on Improvisation, My Dear Mark Watson.
25 Sean Hughes Played the tapir in Robbie the Reindeer: Close Encounters of the Herd Kind.
26 Shappi Khorsandi For her appearance on Nevermind the Fullstops.
27 Rufus Hound As the narrator of Gladiators Ready! – The Gladiators Story.
28 Miranda Hart As Mrs. Lily Lemon from Hotel Trouble.
29 Miles Jupp As the weatherman who appears in the TV in a back-shot of one of the Harry Potter films – Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. He was also a shoe salesman in Revolver.
30 Dara Ó Briain For appearing in the panel show Don’t Feed the Gondolas.
31 Ross Noble For his work on I Love 1981 and I Love 1982, but not I Love 1983. Once Andrew Collins became involved he’d had enough.
32 Simon Pegg For his appearance in Six Pairs of Pants.
33 Stephen Merchant As Man with Broken Leg in Run Fat Boy Run. He was a CTU staffer in 24.
34 Adam Buxton For appearing on Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast, although only on audio.
35 Jenny Eclair From appearing in the film In the House with Cleopatra & Friends, which I believe starred the pop group Cleopatra.
36 Helen & Olly HZ: For writing the index of a book about the Marylebone Cricket Club.
OM: For being the gadget correspondent of British Forces News.
They have both written for Keith Lemon’s Lemonade.
37 Robert Llewellyn As the Tory candidate from Birds of a Feather.
38 Alexei Sayle As BacBac from the TV series Arabian Nights.
39 Greg Davies As Hercules in Nelly Nut Live! Also best known for playing  W. G. Grace in the ads for Channel 4’s short-lived coverage of the Ashes.
40 Danny Baker As being the host of Sitcom Showdown, the 5-episode U.K. gold. He was also in the film Wimbledon. Probably just his voice, I’m guessing but I could be wrong.
41 Josie Long Her work on GCSE Bitesize History. Or possibly you’ll know her from Improvisation, My Dear Mark Watson.
42 Harry Shearer As the character Murray Sports in The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh.
43 Susan Calman As the Sandwich Lady on Danny’s House. Although of course she was a Woman on a Bus in the TV series Legit.
44 Jon Ronson Because he was the manager of the 1980’s indie band Man from Del Monte.
45 Nick Helm From appearing in an Ikea advert in Poland. But he is also Ringer in The Day They Came to Suck Out Our Brains.
Machynlleth Special Mike Wozniak As Greg Collitt in Tits.
46 Katherine Ryan As the Saleswoman in Don’t Buy It. She was also the Tourist Woman in Count Arthur Strong.
47 Mark Gatiss He played Jeremy in Sex Lives of the Potato Men. He is also best known as the voice of Greg Evigan from This Morning With Richard Not Judy.
48 Brendon Burns As the voice of Tud in One Star, which I’m guessing is a show about the best review he ever got. He’s also best known, of course, for being in Spics and Specs, which sounds a lot more offensive than it actually is.
49 James Acaster For his appearance in Spics and Specs.
50 Steve Coogan As Tommy from The Indian in [the] Cupboard. You’ll remember him from the funny impressions he did in the WHSmith’s advert in about 1990.
51 Sara Pascoe As playing the General Public in Hallo Panda.
52 Sarah Millican For her three appearances on Richard Herring’s Edinburgh Fringe Podcast.
53 Rebecca Front Being Amanda Snell in the fantastic ITV show You Can Choose Your Friends and Vicky Jackson in Time Gentlemen Please. She was in [unintelligible] and Fist of Fun. She was also the host of Rule of Three, a quiz show that I wrote for that never made it to series. And was in Shush, a library sitcom that I script edited that never made it to series. All of those famous things have a connection with me.
54 Josh Widdicome For his appearance on Sunday Side Up.
55 Andy Zaltzman For his appearance in episode 5 of Nevermind the Fullstops. Not Nevermind the Buzzcocks, Nevermind the Fullstops – the grammar-based quiz show hosted by Julian Fellowes, who went on to write Downton Abbey.
56 Richard Osman As Heat magazine’s Weird Crush of the Year, 2011.
57 Michael Legge For doing the warm-up on 8 Out of 10 Cats. He was also in the film Angela’s Ashes.
58 Milton Jones In the 1990’s late-night sketch show Planet Mirth, a show so popular that they kept moving it around in the schedules to give the other sketch shows a chance. Put it on at 3:00 in the morning on ITV.
59 Victoria Coren Mitchell For appearing on I Love 1980, also I Love 1988, but none of the other 1980 shows.
60 Sue Perkins The voice from Don’t Scare the Hare. She was also of course in Live from the Lighthouse and Nevermind the Fullstops.
61 Ben Goldacre Christmas cake’s Ben Goldacre.
62 Paul Putner & Trevor Lock TL: As Charlie the Medic from Time Gentlemen Please. He also played Ian Snell in Excavating Rita.
PP: From the ragu advert.
63 Stewart Lee From the BSkyB News and for being Pliny in This Morning With Richard Not Judy.
RHLSTPBATSSII Sofie Hagen From appearing on Alan Davies’s Après-Ski.
64 Bob Mortimer As the host of the Radio 4 pilot Bob Says Who from about 1992. With script written by Richard Herring and Stewart Lee.
65 Lou Sanders As the Suicide Pact Lady in Rest Stop.
66 Emma Kennedy For her work on the seminal ITV stand up and sketch show Planet Mirth.
67 Romesh Ranganathan For his appearance on 50 Greatest Plastic Surgery Shockers.
68 Robert Webb Graham from Meaningful Sex. He was also Arvo in My Family.
69 Louis Theroux As the Park Ranger in the film Take a Peek.
70 Roisin Conaty For her appearance in The Angina Monologues.
71 Johnny Vegas As Gully Sutherland from Tipping the Velvet.
72 Mark Watson For the show Improvisation, My Dear Mark Watson.
73 Robin Ince As one of the writers of the film Razzle Dazzle.
74 Rob Delaney & Sharon Horgan SH: As Miscellaneous in Shoreditch Twat.
RD: For appearing on Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast.
75 Jessica Hynes As Gail in Pudsey the Dog: The Movie.
76 Bridget Christie She was on the all-new Celebrity Squares.
77 Brett Goldstein For his appearance on Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose.
78 Paul Sinha For coming 4th on proper Mastermind.
79 Al Murray As the man who was visited by the urban men on the 1990’s TV show Fist of Fun.
80 Limmy For this part of Zack Eastwood in Consolevania.
81 Joe Lycett As being the Strange Man on the show Epic Win.
82 Stuart Goldsmith As Caleb in CBBC’s Mission: 2110.
83 Diane Morgan As Various from Robert’s Web.
84 Lee Mack As the host of Gas.
85 Janey Godley As Maris MacKinnon from River City.
86 Robert Popper As the assistant to the director from The Glam Metal Detectives. And he’s also best known as being Not Janine in Hot Fuzz.
87 Luisa Omielan As Samira from Crackanory.
88 John Finnemore As the Narrator of the Dave programme 24 Hours to Go Broke.
89 Sarah Kendall For her appearance on the sketch show Beehive.
90 Eddie Izzard For his role of Reepicheep in The Chronicles of Narnia.
91 Phill Jupitus As Tommo Thompson from Mike Bassett: England Manager.
92 Jack Whitehall As Ben Wiston from Noah’s Ark.
93 John Robins For his instructional Internet-only video for the Carling beer home draught system.
94 David Mitchell For his appearance on Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast.
95 Hal Cruttenden He was, of course, a schoolboy in A Married Man. He was Young Hugh in Mrs. Dalloway, a proper film. And, of course, he was the Bearded Applicant in Shackleton.
96 Scroobius Pip For his appearance on the short films The Corner Boys.
97 Aisling Bea You know her as Amelia Warner from Holby City, or maybe as one of the panelists from the Radio Scotland quiz show Bad Language, hosted by Richard Herring. They actually went to TV but I am not in the TV version.
98 Ray Peacock As Billy Taft from Doctors.
99 Cariad Lloyd For appearing in Hallo Panda.
100 Richard Bacon For his work on Behind the Scenes of Topless Dance on Ice on ITV.
101 Iain Lee For the Channel 5 show Cats Make You Laugh at Loud.
102 Tony Law For his weekly appearance on the quiz show Does Doug Know? With the woman off the 11 O’Clock Show.
103 Lauren Laverne As the Narrator of 99 Ways to Lose Your Virginity.
104 Ben Bailey Smith As Pithy Nom de Plume from Little Howard’s Big Question.
105 Marcus Brigstocke From the TV show I Love Muppets. You may also have seen him on Hole in the Wall.
106 David Cross As Dog 2 in Dr. Doolittle 2.
107 Vic Reeves On the Virgin Atlantic Airlines’ onboard safety video.
108 Susie Dent For her appearance on Nevermind the Fullstops.
109 Nish Kumar For his appearance on Alan Carr’s New Year Specstacular.
110 Matthew Crosby For being in the 1979 series Chopper Squad, which was a year before he was born.
111 Graham Linehan As Gendarme 1 in Paris.
112 Sofie Hagen For her appearance on Aftenshowet. She was also in – not a proper RHLSTP – the one we did in Slough, which you probably didn’t listen to, which is probably lucky because we’re going to talk about all the same things again.
113 Russell Kane For his appearance on All Star Family Fortunes.
114 Tim Minchin For his appearance in Ruth Jones’ Easter Treat. He was also, of course, as Tom in Two Fists, One Heart.
115 Tom Parry From his writing work on Great Movie Mistake 2: The Sequel.
116 Elis James For his appearance on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Deal Or No Deal.
Great Yorkshire Fringe Special Dave Taylor For the IT work he did in Warrington.
Great Yorkshire Fringe Special Mark Addy For his appearance as DC Newley in Ghostbusters of East Finchley.
Podcast Festival Extra Dan Schreiber As the executive producer of A Kitten for Hitler.
117 Armando Iannucci He was the former classical music columnist for Gramaphone Magazine.
118 Hans Teeuwen As Hartslag from Op leven en dood.
119 Dane Baptiste For his appearance on Celebrity Squares.
120 Caitlin Moran From being a guest on Página 2. But she was also on Sunday Brunch in 2012.
121 Will Smith For playing Piers in Time Gentlemen Please. Also, playing Piers in the short film Womble.
122 Tony Robinson As Titch from Big Jim and the Figaro Club.
123 Kerry Godliman For her appearance as Emma in the hit short film Hard To Swallow.
124 Chris Addison For being on Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast. He’s probably actually best known for being a man who can be seen in the audience for the TV taping of Are You Dave Gorman? in 2003.
125 Ed Gamble As the Young Man from Shih Tzu Bingo.
126 Deborah Frances-White As the Party Guest in Lipstikka.
127 Dawn French As Pongwiffy from Pongwiffy. She was also Mrs. Beaver in the The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. And, of course, the Baker’s Wife in The Adventures of Pinocchio.
128 Tom Davis As Barry Gale from Southampton Football Club’s new kit promotion video series.
129 Susan Calman For her appearance and – I think – narration of the show Disaster Chefs. Though you’ll also recognize her from Don’t Drop the Baton.
130 Jess Thom For her appearance on Russell Howard’s Good News.
131 Sarah Millican For her work as a runner on the TV show Our Friends in the North.
132 Simon Munnery For his appearance in The Dumb Show, the 1992 Edinburgh show.
133 Lucy Porter For her appearance on Clive Dunn: A Tribute.
134 Peter Serafinowicz As the voice of Jacques Chirac from Spitting Image.
Wells Comedy Festival Bec Hill As Additional Voices in the Mass Effect: Andromeda video game.
135 Paul Merton As a panelist on the panel show Scruples from 1998.
136 Joe Thomas As Paroles in All’s Well That Ends Well‘s 2004 Edinburgh Fringe student production. That’s a Shakespeare play. He was also in two episodes of Sunday Brunch.
137 Jessica Knappett As the floor runner on Mischief Night.
138 Adam Buxton As Louise from Takeover TV.
139 Zoe Lyons For being in the pilot episode on Sky TV of Street Cred Sudoku.
140 Andrew Collins For so many things. I don’t think I’ve ever had a guest known for so many things he’s best known for. It was so difficult to choose what he’s best known for. He’s obviously best known for being in every episode of I Love the 1980’s. He’s also of course best known as being the script editor of The Persuasionists, the BBC 2 sitcom.
141 David Baddiel As playing the character Marc Alann in This Morning With Richard Not Judy. No memory of that at all.
Great Yorkshire Fringe Special Rahul Kohli For being confused with the bloke from iZombie, who has the same name as him, and in fact when I got his name through I thought, Brilliant, that was a surprise.
Great Yorkshire Fringe Special Martin Barrass For playing Graveney in Dramarama.
142 Brendon Burns & Craig Quartermaine BB: For playing Gordon Irwin in the film Peacock Season.
CQ: For making the Raw Comedy Final and literally doing nothing else.
143 Dan Skinner For being Morton Frog on The Pinky and Perky Show revamp in 2008.
144 Katy Brand For being the production assistant on Stakeout.
145 Julian Clary For Let’s Do Lunch with Gino & Mel. He was a guest on that.
146 Limmy As the Cockney in Pompidou.
147 Arthur Smith As the Milkman from Filthy Rich & Catflap.
148 Robert Webb As Maurice Wigglethorpe-Throom from the comparethemarket.com advert.
149 Ed Byrne Another person who’s best known for his appearance on Street Cred Sudoku.
150 Sara Pascoe For her appearance on The Nightly Show with Bradley Walsh.
151 Ellie Taylor For the advert for Matalan dressing gowns.
152 Armando Iannucci For his appearance on Comic Relief Does University Challenge.
153 Rachel Parris As Chrissy the Unemployed Bee in Revolting and the Woman in Café in Count Arthur Strong.
154 John Moloney From his appearance on the Die Harald Schmidt Show.
155 Jan Ravens For playing the seductive voice of a can of apple Tango.
156 Ed Miliband & Geoff Lloyd EM: The Chairman of Her Majesty’s Treasury’s Council of Economic Advisers.
GL: As the Safe Word of Collings and Herrin in the Collings and Herring Podcast.
157 Greg Jenner As the assistant producer of The Saint & the Hanged Man.
158 Simon Brodkin For his appearance in The Morning After Show, which was a pretty bad This Morning with Richard Not Judy knock-off.
159 Richard Osman As the executive producer of Ban This Film.
160 Reginald D. Hunter As DJ Resplendent from Trexx and Flipside. He’s also, of course, in Channel 4’s Does Doug Know?
161 Johann Hari For his appearance on I Love Celebrity Big Brother.
162 Katy Wix For her appearance on Dick and Dom’s Funny Business, and there is no business funnier than Dick and Dom’s funny business.
163 Paul Chowdhry As Henry in Swinging with the Finkels – yes – which is a major motion picture, so don’t you laugh at that.
164 Dave Gorman For his appearance on episode 14 of Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast. He was also a team captain on What the Dickens.
165 Kathy Burke For her non-speaking role in a public information film about heroin addiction – citation needed.
166 Adam Kay As the script associate on three episodes of the Very British Problems TV show, based on the Twitter feed “Very British Problems”. And sadly that is true. He also wrote one full episode himself.
167 John Robins & Elis James For their two separate appearances on Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast.
168 Danielle Ward As the programme associate on one episode of Harry Hill’s TV Burp.
169 Trev & Simon From their 60-second appearance on Comedy Rush at the Shaftesbury Theatre.
170 Jess Phillips For serving on the West Midland’s Police and Crime Force. I don’t know if that’s what the last word says.
171 Mackenzie Crook As the Man in The Man Who Fell In Love With a Traffic Cone.
172 All Killa No Filla RF: For her appearance on Gary Delaney’s Panelbeaters.
KPM: For her appearance on Dan Nightingale’s In the House Podcast.
173 Katherine Ryan From her appearance on Tipping Point Lucky Stars.
174 Peter Baynham As the man from the Pot Noodle advert. Though before that he did he was one of the writers on the Radio 4 pilot, [unclear].
175 Brian Blessed As Brod in Survivors.
176 Pippa Evans For her appearance on Finders Keepers – that is not the Richard Stilgoe version that I remember.
177 Maria Bamford She was the fiddler on one episode of Mystery Science 3000; we all remember that. She was also Button in Charlotte’s Web 2: Wilbur’s Great Adventure, which must be good because Charlotte died in the first film.
178 Sophie Willan For doing a dance herself, in front of Rylan from The X-Factor on the TV show Up Late With Rylan.
179 Desiree Burch For appearing on the show When Gameshows Go Horribly Wrong.
180 Al Murray For his appearance on Dick & Dom in da Bungalow.
181 My Dad Wrote a Porno AL: As the Narrator of Crazy Beaches.
JC: As being a 19th-century shoe merchant who built James Cooper House.
JM: As the son of Rocky Flintstone.
182 Mark Steel As Ski Man from the “Timeslides” episode of Red Dwarf. And also he is the only semi-professional Andrew Collins look-alike working in the country today.
Machynlleth Special Jessica Fostekew As the Woman in Timeholes.
Machynlleth Special Holly Burn For playing a giant lobster in Harry Hill’s Tea Time.
183 Jonathan Ames As the writer of the essay I Shit My Pants in the South of France.
184 Alex Horne As the writer on The Games That Time Forgot: Cricket on Horseback and Other Forgotten Sports.
185 Ross Noble For his appearance on It’s a Date, in which he had a date with Harold Bishop from Neighbours.
Manchester Special Toby Hadoke For playing the character Alphonso Decker in Holby City.
186 Lou Sanders For her appearance on the Richard Herring Fubar Radio show.
Manchester Special Glenn Wool For his appearance in Lottie Bearshout ‘Good as Goaled’. Though he also played Glenn Wool in the short film The Brothel.
187 Alice Lowe As Woman on Bench in Little Britain. Though you may also know her as Mother on Bench from the next episode of Little Britain.
188 Jess Robinson For the portrayal of Smartysaurus in Noddy, Toyland Detective.
189 Drunk Women Solving Crime CW: From her appearance – a very fabulous experience – on Pointless Celebrities.
HG: As the writer of two episodes of Justin’s House.
TG: As Lieutenant Davis in Brennan’s Sacrament.
190 Greg Davies As Balloon Man in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies.
191 Rose Matafeo For playing Detective Tickleberry in Crumbs.
192 Nish Kumar Is probably best known for his appearance in Frost/Nixon,though you may know him from Word of the Year 2017.
193 James O’Brien For his appearance on Red Dwarf: A-Z.
194 Amanda Abbington Is well known from her not-yet-broadcasted appearance on Celebrity Games Night. She’s also Gwen from Dinopaws, which some of the dads and mums will have seen.
195 Joe Lycett As Bungle – not what you’re thinking – it’s in Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, 2002. Could that be him for real?
196 Fingers on Buzzers LP: As the woman who bought the fridge in Being Sold.
JR: For doing question verification on one episode of It’s Not What You Know.
197 Rick Edwards You’ll know him from Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty and you’ll also know him from Hollyoaks, in which he played himself, which given those are the only two things he’s done that must have been confusing for the viewers.
198 Sanjeev Bhaskar As Rodger Splodger in Grandpa in My Pocket.
199 Terry Hall For appearing for two seconds on the Madness video for Driving in My Car.
200 Adam Buxton As the second-best podcast involving a man walking a dog around a field.
201 Sathnam Sanghera For being the News Bunny on L!VE TV.
Slapstick Festival Special Tim Vine For being Eric in Jetpac Willy.
Slapstick Festival Special Damon Beesley & Joe Thomas DB: As the assistant producer of two episodes of The 11 O’Clock Show.
JT: Was Tom from Straw Donkeys.
Slapstick Festival Special The Goodies GG: For being Man Who Walks to the Phone in Whoops Apocalypse.
TBT: Robin from Roland Rat.
BO: The host of the Saturday Banana.
202 Jon Ronson For being in the audience for the Maria Bamford RHLSTP but nobody knew he was there except for me. But I actually saw just now he was also in – you’ll know him from Kidneys for Jesus.
203 Emily Atack For portraying Slimer in The Keith and Paddy Picture Show, which is my favourite television programme.
204 Rob Brydon For appearing on the Gus Honeybun Birthdays on Westward TV when he was two years-old. He was also in – you might be here because – he was the Man in Crowd in First Knight. You might not know, but he was the First Villager in A Knight’s Tale as well. He loves being a villager in knight-based films.
205 David Morrissey For his role – this was really difficult because everything he’s done is really good. There’s that one thing that I want to talk to him about later. He’s probably best known for playing Little John in the wrong 1991 film of Robin Hood.
206 Peter Lord For his additional voices in the film The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists!
207 Kerry Howard As the Party Girl in Peacock Season, the Richard Herring vehicle that you may be aware of.
208 James Acaster For being William Strawberry, the drummer of the Capri-Sun Quartet.
209 London Hughes For being the Woman in the Sex Shop in Fleabag. Come on, that’s a pretty good credit.
210 Suzi Ruffell For being on the poster of the Richard Herring show What Is Love Anyway? That is why we’re all here. She’s one of the female scientists taking out my heart on the poster.
211 Joel Dommett For being on Celebrity Lego Masters at Christmas.
212 Matt Forde As the Pundit on Black Mirror, episode “Hated in the Nation.”
213 Les Dennis From his appearance as an audience member at the British Soap Awards in 2014. He’s also known for hosting quite a famous game show – The Grid – I don’t know if you remember that from Channel 5. We all love The Grid.
214 Matt Lucas For being a crowd member in the Vindaloo video. Remember that Vindaloo with Keith Allen? He was also Sir Oswald in Plunkett & Macleane.
215 Rosie Jones As Christine White on Doctors, the daytime soap.
216 Tiff Stevenson As Montana Mounds in Footballers Wive$ TV.
217 Adrian Chiles As the sex party host in Sex Lives of the Potato Men.
218 Nicholas Parsons Playing the Mayor in Bodger and Badger.
219 Do the Right Thing DW: For writing additional material in one episode of Not Going Out.
ML: For filling in for me in the Collings and Herrin 6 Music Show and appearing on this podcast once before when we couldn’t get a proper guest to turn up.
MCS: For being the voice of a toilet on Things Talk.
Long Division Festival Special Kay Mellor As the story editor of episode 100 of Albion Market.
220 Alice Roberts For her thesis, Rotator cuff disease in humans and apes : a palaeopathological and evolutionary perspective on shoulder pathology.
Long Division Festival Special Rob Rouse As Windy in The Day They Came Back to Suck Out Our Brains!
221 No Such Thing As A Fish JH: As the person who did additional questions on one episode of Only Connect.
AHM: As the writer of one episode of Newzoids.
AP: As someone who appeared briefly in one episode of QI, bringing Sandi Toksvig a card or something.
DS: As the producer of A Kitten for Hitler. I’m guessing I might have done that one last time he was on, so he is also the executive coordinator of one episode of Ghost Intervention.
Together they are best known as the two-time Chortle Internet award winners.
Great Yorkshire Fringe Special Rebecca Callard As the narrator of Greggs: More Than Meats the Pie. That is “meat” spelled m-e-a-t-s.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Laura Lexx For her part as Cass in Flamingo Close: Cass.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Tony Law For appearing in the adverts for Gala Bingo.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Lucy Beaumont For her performance as Sharon Starr in Doctors.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Scummy Mummies For the work they have done with Kleenex. And so am I.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Jena Friedman JR: For playing Katie in Carpeted Afterhours.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Phil Wang For his appearance on the 50 Funniest Moments of 2014.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Sophie Duker For being a second unit director on Balsa Wood.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Vikki Stone For her appearance on Britain’s Favourite Crisps.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Jayde Adams For being the make-up artist on Hunka Wunda. That’s why we’re here today. And she was also the still photographer on that as well. You may not know that; that’s something she keeps secret. She’s a woman of many talents.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special David O’Doherty For his hit song Orange, which made number 30 in the Irish charts.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Snjólaug Lúðvíksdóttir For her appearance on the The Roast of Helgi Steinar. And I’ll tell you, it’s about time someone took him or her down, whoever that is. They’ve been asking for it.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special John Robins For being the warm-up man for Queen on the 2014 New Year’s broadcast that they performed on. We’ll find out if Freddie Mercury was still with the band at that stage. I don’t know very much about them.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Spencer Jones As Dave from Hollyoaks Later.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Janey Godley & Ashley Storrie For being up against each other for the Herald Scottish Culture Award. But which of them was the winner and therefor the best of the two? They’re also best known for – they’re like Russian dolls. One of them came out of the other one’s vagina. During this show another one might come out of the other one’s vagina.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Steph Tisdell For being the winner of the Deadly Funny Grand Final, 2014. Her act killed over 500 people. But it’s alright; they were Australian so it didn’t matter.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Jen Brister For appearing in the play The One and the Many, by tiny-faced Trevor Lock.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Isma Almas For being the semi-finalist of the So You Think You’re Funny? competition, 2006.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Tony Slattery As the voice of the dispensing machine in Red Dwarf, in one episode. And that’s not all though. He was also Mr. French in Dodger, Bonzo & the Rest.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Lauren Pattison As Beth in Climaxed.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Geoff Norcott As one of the writers on All-Star Driving School.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Richard Osman For holding a Guinness World Record for naming the most countries from their capital in 30 seconds. He was also a nun in the 1960’s.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Rob Auton For his performance as Daniel in Everything is Like Sunday.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Lost Voice Guy For playing Dick Pounder in The Stagg Do.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Bryony Kimming For The Fanny Song.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Arabella Weir For being a backing singer for Bazooka Joe. Or you might know her as the Girl on Undercliff from The French Lieutenant’s Woman.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Sunil Patel As the Postman on Special Delivery.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Daliso Chaponda For his two appearances on Lorraine.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Fern Brady For being the Bathgate Rotary Club’s Young Musician of the Year, 2001.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Josie Long For her appearance on Improvisation, My Dear Mark Watson.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Rich Wilson For working at the bar at the Up the Creek Comedy Club.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Sarah Kendall For her appearance on Quote… Unquote on Radio 4, on the 21st of September, 2015.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Sukh Ojla For playing Renu Jussun in EastEnders.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Tommy Tiernan As Timmy in Angela Mooney Dies Again.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Susan Murray For her work as being camera assistant on Crapston Villas.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Alice Fraser For doing a stand-up show with a robot. At least, that is all I found and when I read that that was all I was interested in. And that is all we are going to talk about.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special George Egg For appearing in the BBC show in 1994 called Two Golden Balls.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Cally Beaton For her guest appearance on Hoxton Radio. That’s right. The whole of Hoxton have heard this person. And they’re the most pretentious people in the world and they listen to the radio ironically.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Thom Tuck For playing Security at Skip in Drifters.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Tom Rosenthal For his appearance on England’s Top 53 Footie Goals.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special Flo & Joan ND: As the composer on Christine and Christine.
RD: For playing Rosie on Got Your Nose.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Special John Kearns For his role as John in Santageddon. He also has the honour of being the final guest. That is an honour that is bestowed. I bestow that honour on acts I feel are deserve it the most from their run at the Edinburgh Fringe.
222 Angela Barnes For her appearance on The Body Shocking Show.
223 Stephen Grant For his appearance on The Dan and Dusty Show.
224 Mark Charnock & Dominic Brunt MC: As Duane from 2point4 Children.
DB: As the Petrol Station Attendant from 2point4 Children.
225 Jimmy Cricket For his appearance on Emu’s All Live Pink Windmill Show.
226 Sarah Millican For her appearance on Richard and Judy, where Richard Madeley told her that no one had laughed at her to begin with.
227 Russell Howard As the Tea Cup Sick Boy. That’s just what he was called at school. And you’re probably here because he used to play for Basingstoke Town F.C., in mid-field.
228 Sara Barron For featuring repeatedly as an audience cut-away in the Jerry Springer: Too Hot for TV VHS release.
RHLSTPGF Siobhan McSweeney For playing Nurse #2 in Emmerdale.
229 Michael Sheen As the voice of the Ftones on Richard Herring’s Stone-Clearing with Richard Herring Podcast.
230 Ed Gamble For his appearance on this series of Love Island.
231 Bobby Mair As the third cousin of Justin Bieber. That is why you’re all here to see him – and you’re going to be disappointed when you see him, madam. Don’t get your hopes up; there is not much family resemblance.
232 Caroline Quentin As Brenda in Dream Stuffing. She was also Norman’s Wife in Hale and Pace, of course.
233 Shaun Williamson For playing a paramedic on the popular soap opera EastEnders. Sometimes people shout out in the street, “It’s the paramedic from EastEnders.”
234 Vic Reeves For his appearance in the 1987 video for Shakin’ Stevens’s single, What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes At Me For?, for which he was paid £10.
235 Max & Ivan MO: As the pottery teacher in Pompidou.
IG: As Mustachioed John in Custom Love.
236 Grayson Perry For his appearance on This Morning With Holly and Phil.
237 Annabel Giles For being the narrator on Madame Tussaude’s: The Inside Story.
238 Ian McMillan From his appearances on Nevermind the Fullstops. He was on twice, which is impressive. He was also, of course, the drummer in Oscar the Frog.
239 Simon Evans For his portrayal of Richard Richard in The Way It Is.
240 Seann Walsh For I would say a disputable Wikipedia entry saying he’s a suspected arsonist in The Bill. He also played Jesus of Nazareth in Little Crackers.
241 Jenny Eclair For her performance as Hotel Worker in Auf Wiedersehen, Pet.
242 Graham Fellows As the character Sinjun from the brilliant sitcom – the world’s best sitcom – Time Gentlemen Please.
243 Grace Petrie For her appearance on The Chase, which is all I’m going to talk to her about.
244 Lucy Beaumont For her performance as Suzy in Millie Inbetween.
245 Mark Olver For his warm-up work on two episodes of For Facts Sake. That is why we’re here tonight. It’s actually quite hard to choose something for him and that almost is the best thing that he has done.
246 Jayde Adams For being the only comedian in the world to play the Royal Albert Hall and my village hall on the same day.
247 Tape Face For his appearance on the red carpet at the Lord of the Rings: Return of the King premiere.
248 Nick Frost For his performance as Pornbroker Alan, uncredited, in Tomb Raider, the 2018 film.
249 Ahir Shah As a reporter on The Premier League Show.
250 John Kearns For playing Peter in The Weirdos Comedy Club reproduction of the film Hook.
251 Francesca Stavrakopoulou For being the author of The Prophet Huldah and the Stuff of State.
252 Mike Wozniak As the narrator in The Tale of the Upside Down Mermaid.
253 Dave Johns For playing ‘Cheesy’ Alan Supple in Time Gentlemen Please.
254 Seymour Mace For his role as Johnny Dee Hellfire in Zombie Women of Satan.
255 Robin Ince For his being a programme associate on What’s the Problem With Ann Robinson?
256 Athena Kugblenu For her appearance on Girl on Girl, which I’m guessing is not going to be what I’m hoping it is.
257 David Reed For two things. He’s the second-most famous comedian who supports York City [F.C.]; and the level of the first-famous is quite low, so we don’t need to get too excited. And because he played Seb MacDonnell in Doctors.
258 Jon Parkin For pooing in a bath in Magaluf.
259 Kate Robbins For her portrayal of Joan in Sex Lives of the Potato Men.
260 Frank Cottrell-Boyce For his role as Car Boot Dealer in Framed.
261 George Monbiot For his failure to save a woodpecker when he was eight years-old.
262 Paul Sinha For his appearance on Celebrity Catchphrase – surely the greatest ITV quiz show that there is, after Tipping Point obviously.
263 Tim Minchin For telling students how best to live their lives while wearing a funny hat.
264 Sara Pascoe She was an audience member in The Keith Barret Show.
265 Janice Connolly As the occupational therapist in The Locksmith.
266 Bethany Black For her appearance on The Chase, though she also played Pocahontas in No Offence, which I’m really excited about.
267 Rachel Parris As the editor of India in a Day. She’s also, you’ll know her from Impossible Celebrities.
268 Charlie Brooker As the pundit in the Games Republic with Trevor and Simon.
269 Olga Koch For being the writer of These Women Wear Strap Ons to Work.
270 Konnie Huq For her role as a schoolgirl in 2point4 Children.
271 Rev. Richard Coles For his portrayal of Henry De Havilland in Holby [City].
272 Steve McNeil For being the future face of Bovril.
273 Fern Brady For selecting the music for ITV programmes.
274 Limmy For his Sky News tribute to Peter Stringfellow.
275 Michael Palin As Gariiiiiii in Robbie the Reindeer in Close Encounters of the Herd Kind.
276 Aisling Bea For her part as Elf in Inn Mates.
277 Adam Buxton As the ghost of Prince Quintus in Stardust.
278 Michael Spicer For his performance in The Last Seven Days of Quant.
279 Mark Watson As being the engineer in The Lift. Who am I kidding? I never do the same one twice, but he is best known for his appearance as Mark Watson on Improvisation, My Dear Mark Watson.
280 Bill Burr As Fitzey in Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place.
281 Robert Webb As the narrator of Family Guy: Ground Breaking Gags. That’ s why we’re all here. But of course to most of us we’ll always remember him as the host of Robert’s Web, whatever else he tries to do.
282 Kiri Pritchard-McLean For her appearance in the short film Hungover or Pregnant?
283 James Acaster For being thanked in the credits of Tim Timinee Tim Timinee Tim Tim To You.
284 Richard Osman For being a regular contributor to Turn It Up on BBC Radio Sussex. That was when he was about fifteen or sixteen years old. What’s he been up to since then?
285 Greg Jenner For playing an historian in Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans.
286 Lauren Pattison For her appearance on ITV2’s The Great Christmas Rant.
287 Maisie Adam For her appearance on The Chase. Not The Chase: Celebrity, whatever that one is called. The actual Chase. She was on the proper one.
288 Nathan Caton For playing a compère in the television programme Casualty.
289 Daniel Sloss For playing Lawrence Kirk in M.U.F.F.
290 Jo Caulfield For her role as the Cloakroom Attendant in Get Real.
291 Bettany Hughes For playing Maddie in Dirty Linen in the Burton Taylor rooms in 1987 at Oxford University.
292 Bilal Zafar For appearing in the background of Hollyoaks – on at least three episodes of Hollyoaks.
293 Sophie Duker For being in the audience of the 2016 Fringe show Come Look at the Baby.
294 Sindhu Vee For playing the Chemist’s Wife in Sick Of It.
295 Maria Konnikova For playing herself in a documentary called Mutant Menu.
296 Michael Fenton Stevens For playing Mr. Sowergrapes on Hotel Trubble, though he was also Miles on Mike & Angelo.
297 Michael Ian Black For dropping out of school to tour as a part of a two-man Mutant Ninja Turtle show in carparks and stuff.
298 Stevie Martin For her appearance on So Beano.
299 John Kearns For his appearance in Stand Up Hero, 2010. Series 1, episode 1, he was on.
300 Richard Herring (interviewed by John Robins) For playing himself in series 1, episode 4 of Enough Rope with Andrew Denton.
301 Ed Gamble For playing himself on Most Annoying People of 2010. But you’ll know him from his hilarious character Selsdon Krupp.
302 Nell Scovell For writing the sitcom Three Girls and a Genie.
303 Arthur Mathews For being the drummer in the Joshua Trio.
304 Kiell Smith-Bynoe His appearance as the handyman in Noel Edmonds’s trailblazing game show Cheap Cheap Cheap.
305 Alistair Green As the voice of the International Man in Richard Herring’s fantastic The Problem With Men book – the audiobook version; he’s not in the book. He’s not magic. But of course he was also Man on Street on series 3, episode 5 of The Mash Report.
306 Marek Larwood For his portrayal of Bear in I Want My Hat Back, which is genuinely one of the best things I’ve ever seen. He was also – and I wanted to make this the thing he was best known for – he was in some kind of schools programme audio thing with me in 2004. I did talk to him about it beforehand because I couldn’t remember what it was called; and nor can he. And he had forgotten about it and I’d forgotten about it until I hear a bit of it somewhere on the radio or something. And his friend who’s a teacher told him that he was in it. And he’d forgotten it. We’d both forgotten it.
307 Rhod Gilbert For being Wales’s sexiest man of 2010.
308 Lou Conran For being one of the new team on the show Press Gang, one of my favourite TV shows of all time.
309 Alexei Sayle As the heckler – it’s a political heckler – in a crowd in Walcott.
310 Catherine Bohart For being the guest contributor on the Paper Review on talkRadio.
311 Nina Conti From Channel 4’s The Feeling Nuts Comedy Night. She’s also been heralded as the UK’s second-best ventriloquist.
312 Dr Sophie Hay As co-author of the paper Roman barrows and their landscape context: a GIS case study at Bartlow, Cambridgeshire.
313 Ashley Storrie As the wee girl in the metal tea urn in the short film Alabama.
314 Danny Robins For playing Brian O’Green on the seminal Radio 2 – I nearly said BBC 2 – Radio 2 sketch show that everyone quotes and talks about all the time, because it’s the greatest sketch show of all time: That Was Then, This Is Now.
315 Nish Kumar For appearing on 50 Funniest Moments of 2013. He did so well that they asked him back for The 50 Funniest Moments of 2014, but he wasn’t as good on that so he didn’t come back for The 50 Funniest Moments of 2015.
316 Lou Sanders For her appearance as a woman attempting to give oral sex to Richard Herring on As It Occurs To Me.
317 Iszi Lawrence For being a producer of Rock and Roll’s Greatest Failure: Otway the Movie.
318 Alice Fraser For her appearances on the “Knock Knock” episode of Whovian, which I think you probably are excited, all you Doctor Who fans out there. I don’t know what it is.
319 Mary Lynn Rajskub For her appearance as an Oompa-Loompa in a community theatre production of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
320 Jeremy Paxman For being the Fishing Editor of Esquire magazine and appearing as himself in The Gay Daleks.
321 Brian Regan As Wieb Lunk from the Looney Tunes Show.
322 John Oliver As Dick Pants in The Love Guru. My favourite role, of course, is Felix Pardiggle in the 1985 BBC adaptation of Bleak House.
323 Dominik Diamond As part of David Icke and the Orphans of Jesus.
324 Andi Osho As Dr. Rogers in Footballers’ Wives: Extra Time.
325 Pippa Evans As the face of Windows Live Search.
326 Anneka Rice For her appearance on the television quiz show Heads or Tails.
327 Catie Wilkins For her appearance on Stand-Up Hero.
328 Mae Martin From her appearance on Word of the Year 2017. Though according to IMDB they were also the production assistant of Late Night with David Letterman in 1990, although that would have made them 3 years-old.
329 Felicity Ward For appearing in episode 13, series 1 of the One series, Australian television show, The Squiz.
330 Jackie Weaver For being the Chief Officer of the Cheshire Association of Local Councils.
331 Nigel Planer For playing Laurence Didcott in the show Bonjour, la Classe.
332 Geoff Norcott For his two appearances on The Dan and Dusty Show.
333 Sarah Kendall For her appearance on Tractor Monkeys and she is, as you’ll know, a BAFTA Award-losing actress.
334 Jessie Cave For her performance as a water nymph in the film Ink Heart.
335 Johnny Vegas For playing Milky Pims in Grimsby, the least successful Sacha Baron Cohen film.
336 John Robins As the host of Beat the Internet.
337 David Baddiel For playing the Art Bidder in Filthy Rich & Catflap.
338 Isy Suttie For playing Audition Judge in Genie in the House.
339 No Such Thing As A Fish JM: For playing on the same five-a-side team as Tim Key, but forgetting him when he met him later.
AHM: For his being a writer on one episode of Newzoids.
AP: For her appearance on The One Show.
DS: For co-hosting the cryptozoology podcast, The Cryptid Factor.
NSTAAF: Together, they are best known for appearing on the hit TV show No Such Thing As the News.
340 Robin Askwith For playing Ray Fay in Queen Kong.
341 James Acaster & Ed Gamble JA: For playing Fizz Gambol in Grave New World.
EG: For his voice-over for the Cazoo: Yeah, You Can advert.
342 Jay Rayner For being Beard of the Year, 2011.
343 Matthew Holness For playing Bob Fossil in The Mighty Boosh.
344 Stevie Martin & Tessa Coates TC: For playing Camilla in Birds of a Feather.
SM: For being Female Stevie in Peter Dibdin sketch on Twitch of Fun.
345 Barry Cryer For playing a busker in Run For Your Wife; a very, very unsuccessful Danny Dyer film.
346 Bob Mortimer For his appearance on Match of the Day 2.
347 The ParaPod BD: As the winner of the Phones 4U Comedy.
IB: For being the warm-up for the Channel 4 pilot Felix and Murdo.
348 David Mitchell As Police Office Panda in Peppa Pig.
349 Tim Key For his portrayal of the Toilet Attendant in The Harry Hill Movie.
350 Louise Wener For playing a nagging girlfriend in a Jackie photo story.
351 Adam and Joe JC: As the autograph-hunter in Notting Hill. But he was also the runner on Blue Juice.
AB: For being the documentary voice-over in Attack the Block.
352 Katherine Ryan For her appearance on the Canadian TV show Electric Circus.
353 Shaparak Khorsandi For her appearance on Celebrity Antiques Road Trip.
354 Dave Gorman For his appearance on South Today on the 8th of October, 2018.
355 Phil Wang For appearing as McGockey on Top Coppers.
356 Ben Shephard As the host of Who Dares, Sings!
357 Deborah Meaden For her appearance in the audience of An Audience with Michael Buble.
358 Emma Dabiri For her appearance on the Antiques Roadshow.
359 Miriam Margolyes For her appearance on A Kick Up the Eighties.
360 Margaret Cabourn-Smith For playing Chlamydia in Comedy Cuts.
361 Chris Lynam For his appearance in Ohlala – Der Liebescircus.
362 Peter Baynham As the traffic warden in Grimsby.
363 Laura Lexx For her appearance on the Edinburgh RHLSTP in 2019.
364 Laura Jean Marsh For playing Jewel Thistleton in Resting.
365 Gráinne Maguire For her portrayal of Miss Gray in S-Band.
366 David Cross As the voice of Ham Sandwich in Meltdown.
367 Ahir Shah As Dr. Kulkarni in series 4 of Relativity. Radio 4’s – It hasn’t gone out yet, but that’s what he’s best known for.
368 Mark Watson For his one appearance on Odd One In.
369 Jon Culshaw For his appearance as Harry Taylor in Heartbeat.
370 Joz Norris For playing Joz in Santageddon.
371 Rebecca Wheatley For her appearance as Penny Latimer in A Pinch of Snuff, which sounds like it was made in the Victorian times, which it may have been.
372 Paul Chuckle For his portrayal of Ronnie Hislop in Doctors.
373 Dr Janina Ramirez For writing an article on the iconography of the Armarium on the Ezra Page of the Codex Amiantinus.
374 Charley Boorman For his appearance on The Podge and Rodge Show. Though he was also, of course, Dungeon Master on Tucker’s Luck.
375 Terry Christian For his appearance on The Podge and Rodge Show. You’ll also recognize him for a TV commercial for Auto Trader, which also featured June Whitfield.
376 Maria Bamford For her portrayal as Brittany the Bankteller in the video game Escape from Monkey Island.
377 Jamie Demetriou For his portrayal of Mikey Dawson in Hoff the Record.
378 Samira Ahmed For her role as Juliette Destiny in Nebula-75.
379 Armando Iannucci For writing on unknown episodes of Up to Something!, the 1989 sketch show starring Mike Hayley and – I think – Shane Ritchie.
380 Rosie Holt For her role as Kissing Couple/Woman in Stake Out.
381 Deborah Frances-White As being the writer of two episodes of Young Dracula.
382 Ardal O’Hanlon As Robbie the Reindeer. He was also the Gentleman From East Chiswick in Moll Flanders.
383 Lazy Susan As Steve T [FP] and Pete Lazarus [CD] from Smell Investigations.
384 Amy Gledhill For playing Lindsay the Wizard in I Am Tim Helsing.
385 Dara Ó Briain He’s the third guest in this series who is best known for their appearance on the Podge and Rodge Show. He was also on Lindmo, wasn’t he?
386 Alan Davies For playing Phil in the film Dog Eat Dog.
387 Dick and Dom DM: For their appearance in Choccywoccydoodah.
DW: Although he was in Choccywoccydoodah, he’s not best known for that. He’s best known for All Star: Mr. and Mrs.
388 Bilal Zafar For playing the Taco Guy in Catastrophe.
389 Seann Walsh For being the associate producer of a short film about – I can’t even remember what it’s about. Hats. Is that what it says? He was also, of course… It wasn’t just that. He was also the audience wrangler on QI.
390 Kunt and the Gang For being in the band Pubic Cube.
391 Meryl O’Rourke For her appearance on Big Brother’s Bit On the Side.
392 Daliso Chaponda For his appearance on The Wall. Not as a contestant, but as a friend of Sarah Millican and Gary Delaney.
393 Harriet Dyer For her appearance on Dinner Date.
394 Kiri and Rachel KPM: For her appearance on Richard Hammond’s Brain Reaction.
RF: The narrator of The 30 Most Shocking TV Interviews… Ever!
395 Conrad Koch For his appearance on The Dan Nicholl Show.
396 Vir Das For playing Jabari in The Curse of King Tut’s Tomb.
397 Janey Godley For her appearance on The 100 Greatest Christmas Moments of 2004.
398 Flo & Joan As the Icelandic entry “Flo og Joan” from the Isolation Song Contest.
399 John Robins For his portrayal of Jove in Funny Valentines.
400 Janeane Garofalo For her appearance as Gallery Owner in Werewolf Bitches From Outer Space.
401 Ed Gamble For coming in last place on Taskmaster: Champion of Champions.
402 Tim Key For his portrayal of magic flute-playing monkey Timkey in the as yet unproduced cartoon series that I am going to produce if it kills me.
403 Sanjeev Kohli As the presenter of 10 Things to Hate Most About the Edinburgh Festival. He’s also the voice of Tunnock’s; let’s not forget that.
404 Omid Djalili For playing Guru Satchabigknoba in The Love Guru. As well as being the brownest person to appear in Notting Hill; the film Notting Hill.
405 Doug Stanhope For playing the Hairy Bus in Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
406 Reece Shearsmith As the additional Vogon voices in the disappointing Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy movie.
407 Eleanor Morton For her appearance as the Lingerie Co-Worker in The Kronicles of Kirk.
408 Pierre Novellie For playing Greg in Chubby Funny.
409 Sally Phillips As the girl who smelled of spam from the TV, seminal sketch show, still celebrated today: Fist of Fun.
410 Bob Mortimer As the Cockroach King.
411 The Socially Distant Sports Bar Podcast MB: As Dougie in Down the Caravan.
SG: As the narrator of Rocking Rugby Years.
EJ: As the guitarist from the indie punk band Heck.
412 Sara Pascoe For playing Glinda in The Wiz in a student theatre company. She was also – who could forget her as Janice in The Thick Of It?
413 Chris McCausland For being the production assistant on Pete Smalls Is Dead; a movie starring Peter Dinklage and Steve Buscemi.
414 Ria Lina For playing Perun in Xenoblade Chronicles 2.
415 Joe Lycett For his appearance as Boyfriend in Neighbours.
416 James Acaster For his appearance in 2014 on Big Brother’s Bit on the Side.
417 Anneka Rice For her appearance on Roland Rat: The Series.
418 Victoria Coren Mitchell For her appearance on Kilroy.
419 Philippa Perry For her appearance on “Me, You, and Doctor Who” on The Culture Show.
420 Humphrey Ker As the co-anchor of Log.tv. That’s why we’re all here. He was also an AD1 member in St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold.
421 Mathew Baynton & Jim Howick MB: As Roland in Bob the Builder.
JH: As Corporal Matlin from Hellboy.
422 Sarah Keyworth For her appearance on The Prickles with Tickles Show.
423 Rich Hall For playing Street Punk (uncredited) in Police Academy 2.
424 Sikisa For playing the Female Compère in Connie.
425 Paul Chowdhry For his appearance on Celebrity Antiques [Roadtrip].
426 Sophie Ellis-Bextor For playing Rosie Jarrett in Frontiers. She was also, as many of our guests have been, in Robbie the Reindeer: Close Encounters of the Herd Kind.
427 Stephen Merchant As Wheatley in Portal 2, although it turns out that is a really big deal. So he’s also known as the man with the broken leg in Run Fatboy Run.
428 Fern Brady For her appearance on The Fifty Funniest Moments of 2014.
429 Josh Widdicombe For being the editorial assistant on the Dora the Explorer magazine.
430 Tim Key For his role as Steve in Angelo’s.
431 Zoe Lyons For her appearance on Cats Make You Laugh Out Loud. She was also in The Greatest TV Christmas Ads. It was a very hard choice.
432 Joe Cornish For his appearance on the Coke New Music Project – it might be Podcast – with Adam and Joe.
433 John Kearns For his appearance on Top Coppers.
434 Nish Kumar For the show Hello, America on Quibby.
435 Eshaan Akbar For being a writer on Rob Rinder’s Good Year, Bad Year. Although he’s not just a writer, he’s also appeared in When TV Animals Go Horribly Wrong.
436 Al Murray For having an honorary Doctor of Social Science from the University of Wolverhampton.
437 Kiell Smith-Bynoe For playing Tarone Vincent in Death in Paradise.
438 Catherine Bohart For being the writer of Revenge Prank with DJ Pauly D & Vinny.
439 Mark Gatiss For his appearance as Teddy in Footballers Wives.
440 Jordan Gray For her appearance on Colchester Zoo and Friends: Bringing the Zoo To You.
441 Suggs As the co-presenter of Salvage Squad.
442 Rhys James For his appearance on Love Island: Aftersun. Also, of course, famous for one of the many people on When News Goes Horribly Wrong.