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Dylan MoranDylan Moran
When it comes to personal details, Dylan Moran is a bit of a man of mystery. He’s Irish. He has dark hair. He’s very, very funny.

In 1993 he won Channel 4’s So You Think you’re Funny award. Three years later he won the Perrier Award for Comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

He proved his worth as a dramatic actor in How Do you Want Me?

He played Rufus The Thief in the 1999 blockbuster romantic comedy Notting Hill, but he is probably most famous for his sit-com Black Books. Moran’s unique brand of dry humour and surreal situations bring the setting of an old book store to life in the most unexpected ways.

  2000 Black Books (TV)
  1998 How Do You Want Me? (TV)
  1996 Winner of Perrier Award for Comedy

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