Theatre credits include: Barking in Essex (Wyndham’s); The Dumb Waiter (Trafalgar Studios); The Producers (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Endgame (Noël Coward).
TV credits include: Doctor Who, The Dinner Party and The History Of Mr Polly.
Film credits include: The Fifth Element, There’s Something About Mary, Mouse Hunt, Funny Bones, The Martins, The Ladies Man, The Medallion.
Other credits include: In November 2005 Lee Evans smashed the Guinness Book Of World Records by playing the largest ever comedy gig at the Manchester Evening News Arena. The record merely underlined his status as the most popular comedian in the UK. He went on to play sell out arena tours right across the country: Wired and Wonderful (2002); XL (2005); Big (2008); Roadrunner (2011); Monsters (2014) in Dublin’s O2 Arena, Glasgow’s SSE Hydro Arena, London’s O2 Arena and Wembley Arena.
Lee has won many awards including the Time Out Comedy Award for Achievement in Comedy (1992); the Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards (1993); WhatsOnStage award (2007); Royal Variety Award (2007); the British Comedy Award for Outstanding Contribution to Comedy (2011); and the Best Actor Award at the Paris Film Festival for Funny Bones (1995).