Knowledge Identifier: +David_Walliams
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1971.
Countries: United Kingdom (74%), United States (13%), Ireland (5%)
Linked to: Pet Shop Boys, University of Bristol, Comic Relief, Daily Mirror
Catherine Tate - In 1998 she wrote and starred in "Barking", a late night sketch show broadcast on Channel 4 and featuring a host of, back then, unknown stars such as David Walliams, Peter_Kay and Mackenzie Crook
He appeared with "The League of Gentlemen"'s Mark Gatiss, who wrote and appeared in "Doctor Who" parodies "The Pitch of Fear", "The Web of Caves" and "The Kidnappers" for BBC Two's "Doctor Who" Night" in 1999
Mark Gatiss - Gatiss wrote and performed the comedy sketches "The Web of Caves", "The Kidnappers" and "The Pitch of Fear" for the BBC's "Doctor Who" Night" in 1999 with "Little Britain's" David Walliams, and played the Master in the "Doctor Who Unbound" play "Sympathy for the Devil" under the name "Sam Kisgart", a pseudonym he later used for a column in "Doctor Who Magazine"
Sally Rogers - In 2000, she starred as Yvonne in the cult BBC2 drama series "Attachments", where she worked with David Walliams
From 2003 to 2005, Walliams co-wrote and co-starred in three series of the BBC TV character sketch show "Little Britain" with Matt Lucas
In 2005, Walliams starred in the video for Charlotte Hatherley's single "Bastardo" along with Simon Pegg, Lucy Davis and Lauren Laverne
In 2007, he returned to non-comedy television, garnering excellent reviews for his portrayal of a suave and dangerous manipulator in Stephen Poliakoff's "Capturing Mary" as well as appearing in the film "Virgin Territory"
Little Britain - In 2007, Matt Lucas and David Walliams announced that there would be no more of the British "Little Britain", but they taped an American continuation of the show entitled "Little Britain USA", which featured both returning characters from the British series as well as new American characters
Matt Lucas - On Christmas Day 2010, the BBC began showing Matt Lucas and David Walliams' new series, "Come Fly with Me"
River Thames - In 2011 comedian David Walliams swam the from Lechlade to Westminster Bridge and raised over £1 million for charity
Michael Grandage - Between December 2012 and February 2014 they will produce "Privates On Parade" with Simon_Russell_Beale; John Logan's new play "Peter and Alice" with Judi Dench and Ben_Whishaw; Daniel Radcliffe in "The Cripple of Inishmaan" by Martin McDonagh; and two Shakespeares, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" with Sheridan Smith and David Walliams, followed by "Henry V" with Jude Law
Steve Speirs - In 2013, Steve played PC McClintock in the Christmas TV film "Gangsta Granny", an adaptation of the book written by David Walliams
Miranda Hart - In December 2013, Hart appeared in David Walliams' film adaptation of his book "Gangsta Granny"
Julia McKenzie - On 26 December 2013, McKenzie appeared as the title character in the film adaption of David Walliams' book Gangsta Granny
Catherine Tate - In January 2016, Tate played the role of Sapphire in the one-off comedy show "Billionaire Boy", written by David Walliams
Shirley Bassey - In December 2016, Bassey starred in a 60-minute BBC broadcast hosted by David Walliams
Sheridan Smith - In December 2017, Smith starred as evil step-mum, Sheila in the television adaptation of David Walliams' children's book, "Ratburger"
Mark Ravenhill - In 2019, it was announced that Ravenhill will adapt "The Boy in the Dress" by David Walliams for performance by the Royal Shakespeare Company