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Sue Perkins

Sue Perkins



United Kingdom

Age: 51

Born: 22 Sep, 1969

Known for

TV Series Starring Sue Perkins

HitmenHitmen
Sky 1, 2020 | Comedy, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.7/5

Having stumbled into a career in contract killing, misfits Fran and Jamie are not your typical killers for hire. Working out of their scruffy van, each episode follows the hapless duo as they try to carry out their latest hit, inevitably derailed by incompetence, bickering, and inane antics. As each hit goes south, our (anti)heroes are thrown into one bizarre misadventure after another, each full of oddball characters and unexpected dilemmas.


Sue Perkins: Along the US-Mexico BorderSue Perkins: Along the US-Mexico Border
BBC One, 2020 | Travel, Documentary, Mini-Series
Rating: 5/5

Sue Perkins brings her unique blend of humour and compassion to this extraordinary journey along one of the most contentious borders in the world.


Japan with Sue PerkinsJapan with Sue Perkins
BBC One, 2019 | Adventure, Travel, Documentary | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Sue Perkins embarks upon a trip around Japan, exploring a nation caught between the demands of a hi-tech future and the pull of a traditional past.


Insert Name HereInsert Name Here
BBC Two, 2016 | Comedy, Game Show
Rating: 3.7/5

Comedy panel game in which host Sue Perkins asks two teams to decide who is the greatest of the many people who share a particular name.


The Mekong River with Sue PerkinsThe Mekong River with Sue Perkins

This series follows Sue as she embarks on a life-changing journey up the Mekong, South East Asia's greatest river.


Heading OutHeading Out
BBC Three, 2013 | Comedy, Family, Romance, Lifestyle
Rating: 2/5

Sara is a veterinarian who has everything going for her. On the evening of her 40th birthday however she is given a ultimatum by her friends, to tell her parents she's gay when they visit her in 6 weeks.


ThronecastThronecast
Sky 1, 2012 | Fantasy, Talk Shows
Rating: 4/5

A companion series to Game of Thrones; each 10 minute show features interviews with members of the cast and crew, as well as with fans of the books and television series, alongside a review of the previous episode of Game of Thrones. From the second series, a duo of fans called Elio and Linda are featured via satellite and give their thoughts on the episode.


The Great British Bake OffThe Great British Bake Off
Channel 4, 2010 | Cooking/Food, Reality, Game Show | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.6/5

Twelve homebakers take part in a 'bake off', which will test every aspect of their baking skills as they battle it out to be crowned the Great British Bake Off's Best Amateur Baker.


The SupersizersThe Supersizers
BBC Two, 2008 | Comedy, Cooking/Food, History, Reality
Rating: 4/5

Restaurant critic Giles Coren and writer and comedian Sue Perkins experience the food culture of years gone by, as they supersize their way through the cuisine of six different eras in Britain's history.


The Generation GameThe Generation Game

Making a fool of the contestants as they try to copy professionals who have strange jobs. To win some prizes the contestants play for points until there is a winner. They then watch prizes go by on a conveyor belt past where they are sat,and if they can remember any of them when asked they win those prizes.


The Ganges with Sue PerkinsThe Ganges with Sue Perkins
BBC One, 1970 | Travel, Documentary
Rating: 4/5

Sue Perkins undertakes an epic, personal journey to the source of India's Ganges river in the Himalayas, meeting hermits and holy men to understand the sacred nature of this river.