Great British Comedians Quiz
Britain has a long and rich wealth of comedians. Let's see how much you know about these entertainers with this 15 question quiz. 15 Questions.
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Letâ€™s start with an easy one. Which one of the following comedians is NOT British?
Scottish actress and impressionist, Ronni Ancona, starred with Alistair McGowan in which comedy show?
The Likely Lads
In September 2007, French and Saundersâ€™ last series was called what?
A Shovel oâ€™ French and Saunders
A Bath oâ€™ French and Saunders
A Spoonful oâ€™ French and Saunders
A Bucket oâ€™ French and Saunders
Bill Oddie appeared in the 70s show, The Goodies. Which other two comedians appeared alongside him?
Tim Brooke-Taylor and Graeme Garden
John Cleese and Graham Chapman
Marty Feldman and Eric Idle
Ted Rogers and George Roper
Which great comedian wrote Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall?
Kenneth Williams is mostly famous for his extraordinary performances in the Carry On film series but how did he meet his death?
A car crash
An overdose of barbiturates
A heart attack
Max Wall, the English comedian and actor, appeared in which television series in 1978?
All Creatures Great and Small
What was stolen from Bob Monkhouseâ€™s property back in 1995 but returned to him 18 months later?
His books of jokes
His pet dog
His Rolex watch
The childrens programme, The Wombles, ran for 40 episodes between 1973 and 1975 but who was the narrator?
During the 60s, 70s and 80s Des Oâ€™Connor was never off the small screen. Which game show did he host between 1992 - 1998?
Name That Tune
Take Your Pick
The Generation Game
Stanley Baxter became famous and is best-known for a series of sketches called Parliamo Glasgow. What was the nature of these sketches?
It was about life in the Gorbals area of Glasgow
It was to do with the music hall era of Glasgow in the 50s
It took the mickey out of the upper clases in Glasgow
It related to the Glaswegian accent
Michael Barrymore has had his fair share of controversy over the years. Now, what was the name of the man found dead in his swimming pool in March 2001?
Which comedian used the famous catchphrase, â€œHello, My Darlingsâ€?
In which Dennis Potter TV series did Roy Hudd appear as Harold Atterbow?
Pennies from Heaven
The Singing Detective
Lipstick on Your Collar
Whose autobiography was entitled, A Clown too Many?
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