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(1992) Book: Wrote "Paperweight".

(1984) Playwright: "Me and My Girl".

(1985-88) Radio: Appeared on the BBC R4 series "Loose Ends".

(1984) Stage: Appeared in a production of "Forty Years On".

(????) Audio book: Narrated Roald Dahl's "The Vicar of Nibbleswick".

(6/87, 9/89) Stage: Director/coordinator, "Hysteria" benefits.

Guest appearances too many to list accurately: Clive James, Comic Relief, Southbank Show (Douglas Adams profile), Southbank Show (Best of Britsh comedy), Wogan, etc., etc., etc

(1981) Stage: Co-wrote / appeared in "The Cellar Tapes", Cambridge Footlights Dramatic Club, Cambridge, UK.

(????) TV commercial: After Eight mints, having a dinner party with famous faces like Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe and Naomi Campbell.

(2001) TV commercial: Kenco coffee

(1999) Audio book: Narrated "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" by J.K. Rowling (Cover to Cover). NOTE: The first audio book in the series, it sold over 1 million units in the UK and is the first audio book to be played in full on BBC radio in the one day. (Boxing Day 2000).

(????) Audio book: Narrated "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" by J.K. Rowling (Cover to Cover).

(????) Audio book: Narrated "The Best of ABoF&L".

(2000) Audio book: Narrated "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" by J.K. Rowling (Cover to Cover).

(2000) Audio book: Narrated "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" by J.K. Rowling (Cover to Cover).

(2000) Novel: "The Stars' Tennis Balls" (US title: "Revenge").

(2003) TV commercial: Orange

(2003) TV commercial: Vauxhall Meriva automobile.

(2003) Audio book: Narrated "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" by J.K. Rowling (Cover to Cover).

(????) TV commercial: Alliance & Leicester.

(2004) TV commercial: Orange TRY.

(????) DVD commentary: Bright Young Things (2003).

(2001) Radio: Starred in BBC Radio 4 version on "Absolute Power".

(2004) TV commercial: Anchor butter.

(2005) TV commercial: Anchor butter.

(2005) TV commercial: Twinings tea.

(2005) Radio: Appeared (as "Murray Bost Henson") in "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Quandary and Quintessential Phases" on BBC Radio 4.

(????) Narrated TV documentary "The Biggest Nose in Borneo" which can occasionally be seen at Animal Planet.

(2006) TV commercial" Twinings Tea

(2006) TV commercial: Anchor Butter Spreadable.

(????) Wrote the introduction for "The Salmon of Doubt" by Douglas Adams.

(2007) TV commercial: Twinings Green Teas

(????) Audio books: Narrated (as "Winnie the Pooh") a series of Winnie the Pooh audio books.

(1989) Stage: Appeared in Michael Frayn's play, "Look", at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England, with Robin Bailey, Gabrielle Drake and Michael Simkins in the cast.

(1990) Stage: Appeared in Michael Frayn's play, "Look", at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Robin Bailey, Margaret Courtenay, Gabrielle Drake, Serena Gordon and Michael Simkins in the cast.

(2008) radio: Guest chairman on BBC show "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" after the death of Humphrey Lyttelton.

Article, "The Joy of Plaques," Published in "The Daily Telegram (UK)," 8 June 2009.

(1984) Stage: Appeared in Alan Bennett's play, "Forty Years On", in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England, with Paul Eddington, John Fortune, Doris Hare, Annette Crosbie and Stephen Rashbrook in the cast. Patrick Garland was the director.

(8/84) Stage: Appeared in Alan Bennett's play, "Forty Years On", in the Chichester Festival Production at the Queen's Theatre in London, England, with Paul Eddington, Phyllida Law, David Horovitch, Doris Hare and Stephen Rashbrook in the cast. Patrick Garland was the director.

(3/26/97) Stage: Contributed to the revue, "Then Again, A New Lyric Revue", at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England, with Desmond Barrit, Dawn French, Sheila Hancock, Neil Mullarkey and John Gould (piano player) in the cast. Neil Bartlett was the director. Alan Bennett, Noel Coward, Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders, Graeme Garden, Ken Hoare, Harold Pinter, N.F. Simpson, David Wood, John Gould, Julian Clary and Richard Curtis were also the writers.

(1992) Book: Wrote "The Liar"

(1994) Book: Wrote "The Hippopotamus".

(1990) Book (contributor): "Writing on Cricket".

(1990) Book (w/Hugh Laurie): "A Bit of Fry & Laurie".

(1991) Book (w/Hugh Laurie): "A Bit More Fry & Laurie".

(1991) Wrote introduction to "Amassed Hysteria".

(1992) Book (w/Hugh Laurie): "Three Bits of Fry & Laurie".

(1996) Book: "Making History".

(????) Playwright: "Latin!".

(1980) Stage: Co-wrote / appeared in "Electric Voodoo", Cambridge Footlights Dramatic Club, Cambridge, UK.

(1985) Radio: Appeared on the BBC radio series "Colour Supplement".

(1990) Radio: Appeared on "LBC Newstalk".

(1995) Radio: Appeared on the BBC R4 series "In the Red".

(1987) Radio: Appeared on the "Saturday Night Fry" series.

(1989) Stage: Appeared in a production of "Look Look".

(1988) Stage: Appeared in a production of "The Common Pursuit".

(1995) Stage: Appeared in a production of "Cell Mates".

(????) Audio book: Narrated Tom Sharpe's "Vintage Stuff".

(????) Audio book: Narrated Tom Sharpe's "The Wilt Alternative"

(????) Audio book: Narrated E.M. Forster's "Where Angels Fear to Tread".

(????) Audio book: Narrated Hillaire Belloc's "Cautionary Verses".

(????) Audio book: Narrated his "The Liar".

(????) Audio book: Narrated his "The Hippopotamus".

(2012) Stage Play: Twelfth Night - playing Malvolio at Apollo Theatre, London, UK

(1990) He acted in Michael Frayn's play, "Look," at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Robin Bailey, Gabrielle Drake, Margaret Courtenay, Serena Gordon, and Michael Simkins in the cast.

(1995) He acted in Simon Gray's play, "Cell Mates," at the Albery Theatre in London, England with Rik Mayall, Carole Nimmons, and Sam Dastor in the cast.


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