David Mitchell (Comedian) Biography
(British Actor, Comedian, Writer and Television Personality)
Birthday: July 14, 1974 (Cancer)
Born In: Salisbury, England
David James Stuart Mitchell is an English comedian, actor, writer and TV presenter. Along with fellow comedian Robert Webb, he is known for his work in the sitcom ‘Peep Show,’ in which he plays Mark Corrigan. For his work in the show, he won the British Academy Television Award. Mitchell was born in Salisbury, England. Before his career in comedy, he worked at the Lyric Hammersmith theatre. His first works in TV include shows such as ‘The Jack Docherty Show’ and ‘Comedy Nation’. He reached the peak of his career after he started playing the lead role in the sitcom ‘Peep Show’, which began airing in 2003. The series won several awards, including ‘Rose d’Or’ for Best European Sitcom and the British Academy Television Award for Best Comedy Performance. He has also acted in a few movies. He made his cinematic debut in the comedy film ‘Magicians’, where he had the lead role. He recently appeared in the satirical film ‘Greed’. He also participates frequently in TV panel shows and appears in radio shows.