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Tyger Drew-Honey in 2012
|Born||Lindzi James Tyger Drew-Honey
26 January 1996
Epsom Surrey, England
Tyger Drew-Honey (born Lindzi James Tyger Drew-Honey; 26 January 1996) is an English actor from Weybridge, Surrey. He is best known for playing Jake Brockman in the British sitcom Outnumbered. Other roles have included The Armstrong and Miller Show and an appearance on Doctors. He co-presented the CBBC series Friday Download from 2011-2012 and played Mr Lovett in The Ministry of Curious Stuff for CBBC and Dylan in the BBC 3 sitcom Cuckoo.
Tyger Drew-Honey was nominated for 'Best Male Newcomer' at the 2009 British Comedy Awards for his role as Jake in Outnumbered but lost out to Charlie Brooker. He has done more than 200 voiceovers for TV and radio, and was the voice of Lester Large in the children's animated TV series The Large Family. He also starred in his first movie Horrid Henry: The Movie as Stuck-up Steve (Henry's cousin) in 2011. Drew-Honey was a presenter on the CBBC show Friday Download and has also appeared as himself on shows including The Big Performance, The One Show, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, National Television Awards and Children in Need.
In October 2011 Drew-Honey and his co-stars from Outnumbered, Daniel Roche and Ramona Marquez, recorded the classic hit "The Monkees" to raise funds for the BBC charity campaign Children in Need. A music video featuring Drew-Honey performing the song with Daniel and Ramona on the set of Outnumbered appeared on the Children In Need programme and was released onto YouTube on 18 November 2011.
Drew-Honey is an accomplished drummer, having started playing when he was 7 years old. He also plays acoustic and electric guitars as well as keyboards.
|2006||Large Family, TheThe Large Family||Lester Large||TV series; series 2|
|2007–2010||Armstrong and Miller Show, TheThe Armstrong and Miller Show||Various characters||TV series; series 1–3|
|2007–present||Outnumbered||Jake Brockman||TV series; main cast member|
|2009||Doctors||Tom Barry||TV series; series 11, episode 12: "Much Ado About Something"|
|2011–2013||Friday Download||Himself||CBBC TV series; presenter of the latest games and gadgets|
|2011||Horrid Henry: The Movie||Stuck-Up Steve||3D family comedy film|
|2012 - 2013||The Ministry of Curious Stuff||Mr. Lovett||TV series; series 1 & 2, all episodes|
|2012||The Magicians||Himself||TV series; series 2, episode 1|
|2012||Cuckoo||Dylan||BBC Three TV series; series 1, all episodes|
|2012||Threesome||Chris Silverson||Comedy Central TV series; series 2,episode 1|
|2010||All the Blood in My Veins||Paolo||BBC Radio 4||Afternoon Play, main cast member|
|2012||Mr Blue Sky||Robbie Easter||BBC Radio 4||Radio sitcom; series 2, main cast member.|
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- "Outnumbered characters". British Sitcom Guide. Retrieved 2007-09-07.
- "About Tyger".
- "Porn to be a star". Wimbledon Guardian. 6 September 2007. Retrieved 5 September 2011.
- "Radio 4 Programmes - Afternoon Play, Children in Need: All the Blood in My Veins". BBC. 2010-11-18. Retrieved 2011-12-27.
- "BBC - BBC Radio 4 Programmes - Mr Blue Sky, Series 2, Good Luck!". BBC. Retrieved 3 April 2012.
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