Starred in BBC One mystery drama "Partners in Crime," based on a pair of novellas by Agatha Christie
Starred opposite Catherine Tate in BBC sitcom "Big School"
Co-starred in Michael WInterbottom's "The Look of Love"
Became a judge on "Britain's Got Talent"
Co-starred in Jay Roach's "Dinner for Schmucks"
Co-starred with Matt Lucas on BBC One's "Come Fly With Me"
Co-starred with Matt Lucas on HBO's "Little Britain USA"
Co-starred in Michael Winterbottom's "A Cock and Bull Story"
Co-starred with Matt Lucas on "Little Britain"
Co-starred on BBC Two sketch series "Rock Profile"
Walliams was outspoken about his diagnosis with bipolar disorder.
As part of the British charity event Sport Relief, Walliams swam the English Channel on July 4, 2006, raising over one million pounds for the charity. On March 7, 2008, he swam the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain to Morocco for Sport Relief. On September 5-12, he swam the length of the River Thames, raising over two million pounds but contracting an intestinal disease and injuring a disc in his back so badly that he underwent spinal surgery in 2013.
As a stunt for the Comic Relief charity on March 5-6, 2011, Walliams undertook "24-hour Panel People," in which he hosted or guested on 19 episodes of British "panel shows" such as "Never Mind the Buzzcocks" and "They Think It's All Over" over the course of 24 hours.
On his sexuality: "I think it's all about falling in love with the person and that is overlooked, really. I hate it when people 'confess' or 'reveal' their sexuality and also things can change for people over the years. So it is about the person but I also think it goes beyond that. You don't just fall in love with someone's body, do you? You fall in love with someone's soul and heart and brain." -- Radio Times (UK), August 5, 2013