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Steve Coogan

Steve Coogan



United Kingdom

Age: 56

Born: 14 Oct, 1965

Known for

In Happyish as Thom Payneas Thom Payne

in Happyish
In This Time with Alan Partridge as Alan Partridgeas Alan Partridge

in This Time with Alan Partridge
In The Trip as Steve Cooganas Steve Coogan

in The Trip
In I'm Alan Partridge as Alan Partridgeas Alan Partridge

in I'm Alan Partridge

TV Series Starring Steve Coogan

StephenStephen
ITV, 2021 | Drama, Crime, History

A new drama about the murder of Stephen Lawrence will be set 13 years after the black teenager was killed and will depict his parents' fight for justice. Stephen, which has been commissioned by ITV, will be a three-part sequel to 1999's The Murder Of Stephen Lawrence and will portray events from 2006. It will tell the story of the ongoing struggle by his parents Doreen and Neville Lawrence to achieve justice and how a detective, DCI Clive Driscoll - working closely with the Lawrences - put together an investigation that finally secured the convictions of two of the gang who committed the murder, more than 18 years later. Their son was murdered in a racially motivated attack while waiting for a bus in Well Hall Road, Eltham, south-east London, on April 22 1993. The original investigation had failed to convict those responsible, and the campaign for justice by the Lawrences led to a public inquiry which branded the Metropolitan Police institutionally racist and brought about sweeping changes in the law and police practices. However, six years on from the inquiry, no progress had been made in the case.


This Time with Alan PartridgeThis Time with Alan Partridge
BBC One, 2017 | Comedy, Talk Shows | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Alan Partridge finally gets a comeback series on the BBC.


HappyishHappyish
Showtime, 2015 | Comedy, Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 3/5

On his birthday, Thom Payne gets the gift of insignificance and also a new boss. He suspects his ED pills are interfering with his anti-depressants, leaving him with neither happiness nor... happiness. In a culture that reveres youth - a culture he helped create - Thom needs to figure out what his purpose is now that he's halfway to death and nobody cares what he thinks. Because in a world where any Kardashian is trending up, perhaps the wise among us would heartily embrace trending down.


The TripThe Trip
BBC Three, 2010 | Comedy, Sketch/Improv | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon play versions of themselves in an improvised restaurant tour of the North of England.


Alan Partridge's Mid-Morning MattersAlan Partridge's Mid-Morning Matters

This is a comedy series stars Steve Coogan as Alan Partridge, who delivers his unique brand of banter and topical debate as host of radio show Mid Morning Matters.


Neighbors from HellNeighbors from Hell
TBS, 2010 | Comedy, Family, Animation
Rating: 1/5

The devil sends the Hellmans to Earth, and has them pretend to be an average Texan family. Their mission: Stop the humans from drilling to the center of the Earth.


SaxondaleSaxondale
BBC Three, 2006 | Comedy

In this British-produced comedy, Steve Coogan plays Tommy Saxondale, an ex-roadie with anger management issues and a pest-control business. Tommy is a little arrogant, a little egotistical, and feels the world owes him more respect than it typically shows him.


Dr. Terrible's House of HorribleDr. Terrible's House of Horrible

Six horror themed spoofs introduced by Steve Coogan as the evil Dr Terrible. The stories look at vampires, Fu Manchu, mad scientists, a voodoo curse and witchcraft.


Comic ReliefComic Relief
BBC One, 1999 | Comedy
Rating: 5/5

Comic Relief is an operating British charity, founded in 1985 by the comedy scriptwriter Richard Curtis and comedian Lenny Henry in response to famine in Ethiopia. The highlight of Comic Relief's appeal is Red Nose Day, a biennial telethon held in March, alternating with sister project Sport Relief.


I'm Alan PartridgeI'm Alan Partridge
BBC Three, 1997 | Comedy
Rating: 4/5

Alan is a self-obsessed DJ who has had several TV jobs in the past (including chat show Knowing Me Knowing You) and has failed to bounce back from his long dead career. Each episode normally sees Alan resorting to embarrassing anecdotes, insulting someone without noticing and failing to revive his career. In Series One he lives in a motel after a divorce leaves him homeless.


Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan PartridgeKnowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge

This was a parody of a chat show in which the character of Alan Partridge got his first TV show. It was originally aired as a radio show along the same lines. Most of the guest appearances were parodies of people in real life (obvious references to people and places).


Independent Spirit AwardsIndependent Spirit Awards
IFC, 1986 | Award Show
Rating: 1/5

These are awards dedicated to independent filmmakers. Winners were typically presented with acrylic glass pyramids containing suspended shoestrings representing the paltry budgets of independent films. In 1986, the event was renamed the Independent Spirit Awards. The Independent Spirit Awards are presented by Film Independent, a non-profit organization dedicated to independent film and independent filmmakers. In 2007, the ceremony was slightly changed to Film Independent's Spirit Awards. Since 2006, winners have received a trophy depicting a bird sitting atop of a pole with the shoestrings from the previous design wrapped around the pole.The awards show was previously held inside a tent on the beach in Santa Monica, California, usually on the day before the Academy Awards (since 1999; originally the Saturday before). Since 1994, the show has been broadcast on the Bravo network and Independent Film Channel.