Knowledge Identifier: +Clive_Anderson
Born in 1952.
Countries: United Kingdom (50%), United States (20%), (20%)
Linked to: Harrow High School, University of Cambridge, Arsenal F.C., Celador
Geoffrey Perkins - Taking an early interest in drama, he worked with Clive Anderson to write, in 1970, a charity revue called "Happy Poison"
One of his early comedy writing projects was "Black Cinderella Two Goes East" with Rory McGrath for BBC Radio 4 in 1978
In one famous incident in 1997, Anderson interviewed the Bee Gees, and throughout the interview he repeatedly joked about their life and career, ultimately prompting them to walk out
Wayne Brady - Brady's career began as one of the improvisational theater performers in the original version of "Whose Line Is It Anyway-", along with Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, and host Clive Anderson in 1998 when the last season was filmed in Hollywood, after which he became a regular on the American version, hosted by Drew Carey, which was his first Stateside television exposure
In 2005 he presented the short-lived Celador panel game, "Back in the Day" for Channel 4