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Hardeep Singh Kohli

Hardeep Singh Kohli was born on January 21, 1969 in Brent, London, England. He is an actor and director, known for Meet the Magoons (2005), Grease Monkeys (2003) and The Carrier (2015). See full bio »
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Known For

Meet the Magoons
Grease Monkeys
Grease Monkeys Director
The Carrier
Single Voices
Single Voices Director


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 2015 The Carrier
 2015 Hector
 2011 Wild Bill
 2010 It's a Wonderful Afterlife
Speed Dating Man #2 (as Hardeep Kohli)
 2005 Meet the Magoons (TV Series)
- A Previous Engagement (2005) ... Hamish
- Devi Does Dallas (2005) ... Hamish
- Around the World in Eaty Ways (2005) ... Hamish
- The Samosa Triangle (2005) ... Hamish
 2002 Comedy Lab (TV Series)
- Meet the Magoons (2002) ... Hamish
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Show Show Self (28 credits)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Solo comedy show "Hardeep Is Your Love".

Publicity Listings:

1 Interview | See more »

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Official Site

Alternate Names:

Hardeep Kohli

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I'm the second most well-known Scottish brown person working loosely in comedy. See more »


During an interview with Michael Grade on Sunday Morning Live (2010) in 2016, he incorrectly told viewers that Michael Grade had cancelled the original series of Doctor Who (1963). He actually put it on an 18 month hiatus in 1985 and brought it back in September 1986, with the directive that the series needed less violence and more comedy. He also fired the Sixth Doctor, Colin Baker, at the end ... See more »

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