Began his radio career at BBC Radio Bristol in the eighties. Hosted music/comedy shows on BBC Radio 1 and BBC GLR. Wrote for and hosted 'On The Hour' for BBC Radio 4 (later to become 'The Day Today' on TV) and wrote, produced and starred in 'Blue Jam' on Radio 1, which became 'Jam' on television. He also wrote columns for The ...
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Chris Morris | Massingberd Stitt
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Did You Know?
If a terrorist organisation wanted to knock out the moral compass of Britain, all they'd have to do is to kill 100 celebrities at random. The entire country would have an instant nervous breakdown.
Although known as a "media terrorist", Chris is actually one of the shyest people in comedy, hardly ever doing interviews. During his only appearance on a show with a studio audience, "Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge", he was asked by co-star Steve Coogan if he had anything to say to the audience. He said no and quickly went backstage.