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The late drummer for Frank Skinner's house band "The Skinnerettes" - Ronnie Verrall - in reality, did much of the drumming that was attributed to the famous Muppet drummer Animal. See more »

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Frank Skinner: As we all know, ITV is celebrating its fiftieth birthday this week, coincidentally 1955 was also the year James Dean's was killed in a fatal car cash. Yes, 50 years ago they both hit the screen.
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Followed by The Unseen Frank Skinner TV Show (1997) See more »

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Getting Better All The Time!
6 October 2002 | by (Cardiff, UK) – See all my reviews

Frank Skinner has been a popular stand-up comedian in the UK for some years, but probably became more widely known as a TV presenter on Fantasy Football League and Baddiel And Skinner...Unplanned. What started as a rather dodgy chat show some 7 years ago (Frank was no natural interviewer, but got better with practice!) has become a must watch show in the UK. Mixing his witty stand-up routines with star interviews (Britney Spears for example) and even singing his own theme song (Fun Time Frankie) the show has gone from cult viewing to must watch TV - who can forgot the Tara Palmer Tomkinson interview? So, well done Frank....just a shame about the Brit Awards :)


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