Robbins in April 2008, at the unveiling of
Fred Dibnah's statue.
|Born||11 August 1955 (age 59)
Liverpool, Lancashire, England
|Alma mater||Liverpool University|
broadcaster, radio DJ,
Ted Robbins is an English actor, television presenter and radio broadcaster and presents a Sunday morning show on BBC Radio Lancashire Ted has performed as a warm-up artist for numerous pre-recorded comedy shows that have been filmed before live studio audiences including Granada Television's Wood and Walters and Birds of a Feather which he returned to for the new series in 2014 and will again for its second outing in 2015, played the voice over in Catchphrase from 1994-1996 and returned in Roy Walker's penultimate series in1998 and 1999. and the BBC's Little Britain. He also starred in Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights (2001-2002) for both series as Den Perry, the main 'villain' and also the Governor in The Slammer. His most recent roles were in Hank Zipzer in episode 8 playing Bob and Diddy Movies playing Diddy Dick and Dom's boss.
Currently, he plays Barry Quid in the 2014 revival of Birds of a Feather.
|2003||Calendar Girls||Bike Man|
|2006||The Slammer||The Governor|
- Researcha (subscription required)
- "BBC Lancashire programme schedule". (for 15 April 2011). BBC Radio Lancashire. Archived from the original on 15 April 2011. Retrieved 15 April 2011. – the formatting of the archived page is slightly awry, but it provides schedule snapshot as a clear reference.
- "Presenter profile: Ted Robbins". BBC Radio Lancashire. 30 June 2009. Archived from the original on 15 April 2011. Retrieved 15 April 2011.
- Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary - El Presidente
- Ted Robbins at the Internet Movie Database
- Radio Lancashire profile
- BBC Radio Lancashire – Presenter Profile
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