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The League of GentlemenThe League of Gentlemen
Reece Shearsmith, Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton and Jeremy Dyson met while studying drama at Bretton Hall in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.

The League of Gentlemen began life as a sketch show on the London fringe. After appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1996, they were signed up by the BBC.

The world at large was first introduced to the inhabitants of Royston Vasey when the show aired on Radio 4 and promptly won a Sony Award.

In 2000, the show was broadcast on BBC TWO and quickly gathered a clutch of awards, coining the phrase, 'This is a local shop for local people.'

Characters like Barbara the transsexual taxi driver, Pauline Campbell-Jones of Job Club and Edward and Tubbs Tattsyrup proved a hit with comedy fans and the show won a BAFTA and many other awards.

Jeremy Dyson writes the show, but does not appear alongside Steve, Mark and Reece.

The third series of the show is set to air on BBC TWO this Autumn. Reece Shearsmith will also be appearing in a new black comedy set in a hospital, tlc.

  2000 The League of Gentlemen (TV)
  1999 The League of Gentlemen (TV)
  1997 The League of Gentlemen (Radio 4)
  1997 Edinburgh Festival (Perrier Award Winners)

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Atkinson, Rowan
Bailey, Bill
Barker, Ronnie
Bhaskar, Sanjeev
Brydon, Rob
Carr, Jimmy
Coogan, Steve
Corbett, Ronnie
Crook, Mackenzie
Davies, Alan
Davis, Julia
Deayton, Angus
Eclair, Jenny
Elton, Ben
Enfield, Harry
Evans, Lee
Freeman, Martin
French, Dawn
Gervais, Ricky
Henry, Lenny
Higson, Charlie
Hill, Harry
Hudd, Roy
Izzard, Eddie
Jason, David
Kay, Peter
The League of Gentlemen
Little, Ralf
Lucas, Matt
Lumley, Joanna
Marshall, Kris
Merton, Paul
Moran, Dylan
Morris, Chris
Mortimer, Bob
Murray, Al
O'Hanlon, Ardal
Pegg, Simon
Phillips, Sally
Popper, Robert
Reeves, Vic
Saunders, Jennifer
Serafinowicz, Peter
Skinner, Frank
Stevenson, Jessica
Syal, Meera
Tate, Catherine
Vegas, Johnny
Walliams, David
Whitehouse, Paul
Whitfield, June


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