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This was another 100 greatest countdown that people voted for on the Channel 4 website. This was quite essential to find the funniest comedian that everyone loves to see live on stage, and I personally have seen some of them at the theatre, it is a great experience. The comedians included Alan Carr, Jim Bowen (interviewed), Lee Mack, Ardal O'Hanlon (interviewed), Rik Mayall, Joe Pasquale (interviewed), Ronnie Corbett, Harry Enfield, Barry Humpheries/Dame Edna Everage, Freddie Starr (interviewed), Ed Byrne, John Thomson as Bernard Righton, Jethro, Russell Brand, Mike Reid (interviewed), Alan Davies, Phil Jupitus, Omid Djalili (interviewed), Steve Martin, Dave Spikey, Julian Clary, Roseanne Barr, Sean Lock, Tommy Cooper, Lenny Henry (seen him), Bob Hope, Graham Norton, Ken Dodd, Paul O'Grady as Lily Savage, Robin Williams, Johnny Vegas, Dara O'Briain, Jenny Eclair, Jim Davidson (interviewed), Denis Leary, David Baddiel (interviewed), Bob Monkhouse, Joan Rivers (interviewed), Frank Skinner, Steve Coogan, Eddie Murphy, Lee Evans (seen him), Jo Brand, Ben Elton, Jasper Carrott, Les Dawson, Dylan Moran, Al Murray, Woody Allen, Jack Dee, Jimmy Carr (interviewed, and I've seen him), Ricky Gervais, Chris Rock, Victoria Wood, Bill Bailey, Harry Hill, Richard Pryor, Eddie Izzard, Peter Kay, and the number one, Billy Connolly. With contributions from Brian Conley, Barry Cryer, Felix Dexter, Bruce Forsyth, Lucy Porter, Steve Punt and Arabella Weir. Very good!
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