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Robert Webb

United Kingdom

Age: 48
Known for
as Jeremy

in Peep Show
as Andrew

in Back (UK)
as Rufus

in Frayed
as Robert Webb

in That Mitchell and Webb Look
TV Series Starring Robert Webb
Frayed
Sky 1,

2019

| Comedy, Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.8/5

A wealthy London housewife is forced to return to her hometown in Australia, where she's forced to confront her past and the reasons that caused her to leave years ago.


Back (UK)
Channel 4,

2017

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.6/5

Sitcom following estranged foster-brothers Stephen (David Mitchell) and Andrew (Robert Webb) as they vie to take over the family business following the death of their father.


Ambassadors
BBC Three,

2013

| Comedy, Drama, Politics | ► Trailer
Rating: 2.5/5

The series is set in the fictional Central Asian Republic of Tazbekistan where newly arrived British Ambassador Keith Davies is set the task of trying to secure a £2 billion helicopter contract for the United Kingdom.


You Saw Them Here First
ITV,

2013

| Comedy
Rating: 1/5

You Saw Them Here First is the show that breaks into the archives to reveal the television debuts of some of Britain's best-loved actors and actresses, presenters and pop stars. There are baby-faces, mullets, dodgy fashions, fresh-faced actors and longhaired chefs, all serving up their television debuts. Plus, some lucky stars visit the video vault to come face to face with their past as they're presented with long-forgotten footage from yester-year.


The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff
BBC Three,

2012

| Comedy, Family
Rating: 1/5

This is a four-part BBC comedy series, which premiered on BBC Two on 19 December 2011. It is a parody of the works of Charles Dickens, drawing its title from Bleak House and The Old Curiosity Shop.


Robert's Web
Channel 4,

2010

| Comedy
Rating: 1/5

This show, hosted by Robert Webb, is a comedy series in which he forages the Internet to present the most notable tweets, videos, and websites of the past week.


Argumental
Dave,

2008

| Comedy, Sketch/Improv, Variety
Rating: 1/5

This quiz show celebrates the art of argument. Two teams of celebrities debate about current affairs such as the credit crunch and the olympics. The teams take part in a number of rounds including a visual aids round and an alternative 'flip-flop' round (where contestants have to argue against themselves).


That Mitchell and Webb Look
BBC Three,

2006

| Comedy, Sketch/Improv
Rating: 4/5

Comedians David Mitchell and Robert Webb elicit laughs through a brilliant mix of mockumentaries, TV parodies, character sketches and more.


The Smoking Room
BBC Two,

2004

| Comedy

Set entirely in the smoking room of a nondescript company, this comedy series brings together various colleagues with (seemingly) only one thing in common: their love of nicotine.


Peep Show
Channel 4,

2003

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

Essentially, a take on the 'odd-couple' sitcom, Peep Show revolves around the lives of two twentysomethings, Mark and Jeremy, who share a flat. Mark is an office worker, with a bleak outlook on life, who obsesses over his co-worker, Sophie. Jeremy in contrast, is a lazy, shallow guy trying to make it in the music industry.


The Mitchell and Webb Situation
Other,

2001

| Comedy
Rating: 1/5

David Mitchell and Robert Webb's riotous comedy show, The Mitchell and Webb Situation, gushes forth an hilarious stream of surreal and quirkily inventive sketches self-penned by the talented duo. Originally made for UKTV's much missed channel, Play uk, its cult success catapulted the stars into their acting roles in Channel 4's hugely successful - and Bafta-nominated - Peep Show.