In 2010, Planer returned to the role of the Narrator in the UK Tour of The Rocky Horror Show, playing in Cambridge and Northampton, before also reprising the role of Wilbur in Manchester and Leeds. Anna Leigh is the ex-wife of Nigel Planer. Anna Leigh (1988–95) Frankie Park (1999–2003) Nigel George Planer (kelahiran 22 Februari 1953) adalah seorang aktor, pelawak, novelis dan pengarang drama Inggris. This culminated in a month-long run at St. Mary's Hall at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
From 10-15 July 2006 he played the par… As Neil from The Young Ones, Planer gained a number two hit single in 1984 in the form of "Hole in My Shoe" (originally a hit for 1960s band Traffic). He is arguably best known in Britain for his work in television comedy and satire, including: He has published several books including the novels The Right Man (2000) (ISBN 0-09-927227-X) and Faking It (2003) (ISBN 0-09-940986-0). I have been trying to compensate for this gaffe ever since.”.
Nigel Planer, who has two brothers, was born in London. Planer is best known for his role as Neil, the hippie housemate in the BBC comedy The Young Ones, which ran for two series broadcast in 1982 and 1984. Planer is perhaps best known for his role as Neil Pye in the cult BBC comedy The Young Ones. News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Nigel played Den Dennis, one of the four members of the 1980s spoof rock band, Bad News who made two albums produced by Brian May. 679215 Registered office: 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF. Planer has also been the narrator of many of BBC Four's Britannia series of documentaries, including Prog Rock Britannia, Blues Britannia and Heavy Metal Britannia.
Associations Azrael Mort Ysabell (adoptive daughter) Albert Susan Sto Helit (adoptive granddaughter) Death of Rats … Wikipedia, West End theatre — is a popular term for mainstream professional theatre staged in the large theatres of London s Theatreland .Christopher Innes, West End in The Cambridge Guide to Theatre (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), p.1194 1195. Nigel was in the original London cast of Chicago, as Amos Hart. Planer ended his run on 7 June 2008 and was replaced by Desmond Barrit. For other uses, see Comic strip (disambiguation).
His first break in the theatre was understudying David Essex as Che Guevara in the original West End run of Evita. Nigel also wrote A Good Enough Dad (1992) (ISBN 0-09-929661-6) after his first son was born, talking about coping with becoming a father. He was a narrator in a direct-to-video version of Val Biro's Gumdrop book series in 1994. Planer also narrated an audiobook written by Chris Wade called 'Raymond's Room', released by Wisdom Twins Books. It has particular significance for me since, forty years ago, I flunked out of my university education after one year, for reasons probably best forgotten.
Planer guest-starred in "The Pale Horse", a 2010 episode of Agatha Christie's Marple. His first break in the theatre was understudying David Essex as Che Guevara in the original West End run of Evita. The court bailed him until next month while a report was prepared before his sentencing. Discworld Audiobooks narrated by Nigel Planer include (with number in parentheses indicating order of the book in the Discworld series): Other voice roles include the narrator of Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids, the title character of Romuald the Reindeer, and Dr. Marmalade in an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants. He then starred as The Wizard in the original West End production of Wicked alongside Idina Menzel. Planer is the main reader for the audiobook editions of many of Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels. From 10 to 15 July 2006 he played the part of the narrator in The Rocky Horror Show, taking on the role in Manchester and Bromley. A cover of Tomorrow's "My White Bicycle" was a less successful follow up, only reaching No.97 in the charts. As they tried to stop him Planer — 65-year-old Nigel’s eldest son from his marriage to first wife Anna Leigh — pulled out the 3ins blade. Ia tampil dalam sejumlah musikal West End, termasuk Evita, Chicago, We Will Rock You, Wicked dan Hairspray.
The original TV series was based on the award winning collections of cautionary tales by Jamie Rix. He has a silver and a gold disc and has a Brit award from his musical career. He has two sons from previous marriages: Stanley, with Anna Leigh (married 19 August 1988–95); and Harvey, with Frankie Park (married April 1999–2003). His first break in the theatre was understudying David Essex as Che Guevara in the original West End run of Evita. He then starred as The Wizard in the original West End production of Wicked alongside Idina Menzel. After that, an album was produced, entitled Neil's Heavy Concept Album. He also narrated two short surreal monologues on the album In A Strange Slumber, by Dodson and Fogg, Chris Wade's progressive folk rock project. The band performed at the Hammersmith Apollo as well as the Donington and Reading Rock Festivals. He has also appeared in Hairspray. The character was both a blessing and curse.
Leading roles followed in other productions at the Bush Theatre, the Lyric Theatre, the Traverse, the Young Vic, the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Regent's Park Open-Air Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre, Plymouth Drum and the Hampstead Theatre. Planer has appeared in films, including Flood, Virgin Territory, Bright Young Things, Hogfather, The Colour of Magic, The Wind in the Willows, The Land Girls, Clockwork Mice, Carry on Columbus, Brazil, The Supergrass, I Give It a Year, The Apple Picker and Yellowbeard. Nigel was in the original London cast of Chicago, as Amos Hart. After refusing to go inside his home, he produced the lock knife and told cops he had bought it the day before, he said. Planer has written books, stage plays, TV shows, radio plays and newspaper articles as well as penning 105 episodes of The New Magic Roundabout.  He subsequently studied at the University of Sussex at Brighton, and LAMDA. Pranala luar. Nigel hit fame playing hippy student Neil in anarchic 1980s sitcom The Young Ones. He was educated at King's House preparatory school in Richmond-upon-Thames, and from the age of 13 at Westminster School. Planer has also been the narrator of many of BBC Four's Britannia series of documentaries, including Prog Rock Britannia, Blues Britannia and Heavy Metal Britannia.He is also as a narrator in direct-to-videoVal Biro's Gumdrop'' book series in 1994 on VHS distributed by castle vision in three volumes containg 9 stories each, later reissued in 1999 by castle home video.also reissued on DVD in two volumes by conerstone media containg thirteen stories each. Planer's father, George, ran an engineering firm. Planer is best known for his role as Neil, the hippie housemate of Vyvyan (Adrian Edmondson), Rick (Rik Mayall) and Mike (Christopher Ryan) in the cult BBC comedy The Young Ones, which ran from 1982–84. “He’s not a violent person, but very awkward.”. This was originally a nightclub stage show; Planer also appeared with its creator Peter Richardson as part of the double act 'The Outer Limits'. Our journalists strive for accuracy but on occasion we make mistakes. Alton Towers closes indefinitely due to lockdown despite planned Christmas events, LIVE updates - US election too close to call as Trump surges in battlegrounds, Supermarket lockdown rules at Asda, Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Pubs WILL be able to serve takeaway pints in lockdown with new legal loophole, Man, 26, arrested after 'teen raped' as cops warn of vigilantes roaming streets, ©News Group Newspapers Limited in England No. parody on Not the Nine O'Clock News. Magistrates heard officers took him to his nearby home, but he then pushed past them to try to get back to the party. Planer and Richardson also wrote the That's Life! In 2017 he recorded two songs for the album Wit & Whimsy - Songs by Alexander S. Bermange (one solo and one featuring all of the album's 23 artists), which reached No. Nigel Planer on the heartbreaking loss of his friend Rik Mayall.
He also appeared in Michael Palin's Number 27, Simon Gray's Two Lumps of Ice, Emma Tennant's Frankenstein's Baby and Blackeyes by Dennis Potter. also known as Anna Lea; Marriage with Nigel Planer between 19 August 1988 and 1995 (6 years) parent of Stanley Planer; Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Anna Leigh. Planer has appeared in films, including Flood, Virgin Territory, Bright Young Things, Hogfather, The Colour of Magic, The Wind in the Willows, The Land Girls, Clockwork Mice, Carry on Columbus, Brazil, The Supergrass, I Give It a Year, The Apple Picker and Yellowbeard. As they tried to stop him Planer — 65-year-old Nigel’s eldest son from his marriage to first wife Anna Leigh — pulled out the 3ins blade. , From September 2018 to November 2018, Planer toured with Ade Edmondson in a play that they wrote together called Vulcan 7.. He was a member of the original West End cast of Ben Elton's Queen musical We Will Rock You. He has appeared in many West End musicals, including original casts of Evita, Chicago, We Will Rock You, Wicked, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. , A founding member of the London Comedy Store and original member of The Comic Strip – pioneers of the alternative comedy movement in the United Kingdom. He studied acting at LAMDA. Nigel was said to be away on holiday last night. He also featured in Doctor Who: Live touring the UK, as Vorgenson The Inter-Galactic Showman, before appearing in Pantomime as Captain Hook at the Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield. Planer is paling dikenal karena perannya sebagai Neil dalam komedi kultus BBC The Young Ones. The Young Ones also appeared on Cliff Richard's 1986 charity rerecording of "Living Doll", which spent three weeks at number one in the UK. A local said: “He is a strange young man who has been banned from a lot of pubs in Totnes.
In 2003 he played Professor Dumbledore in a Harry Potter parody, Harry Potter and the Secret Chamber Pot of Azerbaijan. The Young Ones also appeared on Cliff Richard's 1986 charity rerecording of "Living Doll", which spent three weeks at number one in the UK. Leading roles on television include Shine on Harvey Moon, Filthy Rich and Catflap, The Grimleys, King and Castle, Bonjour La Classe and Roll Over Beethoven.
To see all content on The Sun, please use the Site Map. Nigel has appeared in a number of films:- Flood, Virgin Territory, Bright Young Things, Hogfather, The Colour of Magic, Wind in the Willows, Land Girls, Clockwork Mice, Carry on Columbus, Brazil, The Supergrass and Yellowbeard. He studied at the University of Sussex before leaving to become an actor. He also starred in Michael Palin's Number 27, Simon Gray's Two Lumps of Ice, Emma Tennant's Frankenstein's Baby, and Blackeyes by Dennis Potter.
In 1990, he replaced Michael Gambon in Alan Ayckbourn's Man of the Moment in the West End.
Not a day goes by without someone mentioning Neil from The Young Ones. Planer went on to star as Grandpa Joe in the original production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which opened in London's West End in 2013. The offence carries a maximum penalty of four years in prison. Planer was in the original London cast of Chicago as Amos Hart. After that, an album was produced, entitled Neil's Heavy Concept Album. He also narrates the children's TV show, Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids. As Neil from The Young Ones, Planer gained a number two hit single in 1984 in the form of "Hole in My Shoe", (originally a hit for Sixties band Traffic).