Avonmouth, England, GB
|The Martins||2001||Actor||Robert Martin||20017|
|Freeze Frame||2004||Actor||Sean Veil||20047|
|Lee Evans: So What Now?||2002 2001 - 2002||Actor||Lee||20027|
|Mouse Hunt||1997||Actor||Lars Smuntz||19977|
|The Medallion||2003||Actor||Arthur Watson||20037|
|Doctor Who||2009 2009||Actor||Malcolm||20097|
|Fists of Freedom: The Story of the '68 Summer Games||1999 1998 - 1999||Actor||Interviewee||19997|
|The Ladies Man||2000||Actor||Barney||20007|
|There's Something About Mary||1998||Actor||Tucker||19987|
|The Fifth Element||1997||Actor||Fog||19977|
|The Magic Roundabout||2005||Voice||Train||20056|
|London Underground||1993 1990 - 1993||Actor||n/a||19937|
|Starred in the stand-up tour of the UK, "Don't Try This At Home"|
|Made unsold sitcom pilot for NBC|
|Film acting debut as a circus entertainer in "Funny Bones"|
|Appeared in the Oscar-nominated short "Brooms", featuring Stomp|
|Cast opposite Cameron Diaz in the film "Something About Mary"|
|Raised on a council estate near the Bristol docks|
|Had his own British TV series on Channel 4, "The World of Lee Evans"|
|Starred in the British TV production "An Evening with Lee Evans"|
|Moved with family to Billericay in Essex (date approximate)|
|Had small role of a busboy in Luc Besson's "The Fifth Element"|
|Cast in the comedy "The Ladies Man" with Tim Meadows|
|Began career as a comedian at age 17|
|Starred as a paranoid murder suspect who films himself round the clock to provide an alibi in "Freeze Frame"|
|Co-starred with Nathan Lane in "Mousehunt"|
|Molly Evans||Daughter||born c. 1989|
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