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Rebecca Front

Rebecca Front in Absolute Power

A stalwart of British comedy, Rebecca Front was born in June 1965.

As a student, she toured with the Oxford Theatre Group in the revue Stop The Weak, where she met future collaborator Patrick Marber.

In 1989, she made an early TV appearance in children's sitcom Tricky Business, but it was on radio her career really blossomed, becoming one of the team behind the acclaimed On The Hour.

This led to roles in other productions by the cast, including Lionel Nimrod's Inexplicable World and another TV appearance, this time in The Day Today.

A gifted actor, she was called upon to play a number of roles in Knowing Me, Knowing You… With Alan Partridge, before becoming a regular on the second series of Big Train.

Latterly, she co-starred in Nighty Night and has been taking on more dramatic roles, including a regular part in the crime drama Lewis.

Appearances by Rebecca Front
Start YearAliasProgramme BrandCountry

As an Actor

Nighty Night 2004

As an Actor

Alan Partridge 1997

As an Actor

Coogan's Run 1995

As an Actor

Stressed Eric 1998

As an Actor

Revolting People 2006

As an Actor

Lee and Herring 1994

As a Performer

Fist of Fun 1995

As a Performer

Big Train 1998

As a Performer

On The Hour 1991

As a Performer

The Sunday Format 1999

As a Performer

Lionel Nimrod's Inexplicable World 1992

As a Performer

The Day Today 1994

As a Writer

The Day Today 1994

As a Writer

Big Train 1998

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