Dead Ringers (2002–2007)

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Celebrities and politicians are lampooned by a talented team of impressionists in this comedy sketch show.

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Kevin Connelly ...
 Various Roles / ... (12 episodes, 2002-2006)
Phil Cornwell ...
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Jon Culshaw ...
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Mark Perry ...
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Jess Robinson
(11 episodes, 2006-2007)


A talented group of impressionists perform a variety of topical comic sketches sending up politicians, celebrities and other well-known public figures. Written by Mark Smith <>

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In radio recordings of the show the actors ask the audience for impressions to do as a warm up. See more »


Bill Oddie: I'm only doing this show because the BBC won't repeat "The Goodies". All I ask is a couple of times a day on UK Gold to see me through the winter.
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Referenced in 100 Greatest Funny Moments (2006) See more »

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Absolutely hilarious
23 March 2005 | by (Minnesota) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this show when it was on BBC America. I thought that Jon Culshaw's impressions of Ricky Gervais, Simon Schama and Arnold Schwarzenegger were a riot. I especially loved his impression of Ozzy Osbourne. As for his impression of George W. Bush he got the voice dead on but he doesn't even bear a resemblance to him. Because of the show's hilarious impression of David Dickinson I even watched "Bargain Hunt" and no wonder they ape him. I haven't seen the actual people that they lampoon such as Greg Dyke, Michael Buerk, Kirsty Wark and a bunch of others that are too long to name so I can't tell you if they are accurate or not although some of the quotes that they attributed to these people were hilarious. I did enjoy the show when they did a special lampooning the presidential election last year. Of course they aped Bush but I liked the impressions of John Kerry and especially Michael Moore. The Christmas show was really hilarious and I loved the Ozzy Osbourne line. A very entertaining show.

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