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Stephen Mangan

Stephen Mangan is best known as womanizing anesthetist 'Guy Secretan' in the cult series Green Wing. The hospital-based comedy won a BAFTA and was named Comedy of The Year in the 1996 British Comedy Awards. Mangan first found fame as popular fictional character 'Adrian Mole' in the BBC TV series Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years. Since then, his career has spanned film, TV, theatre and radio, always working with the cream of the British comedy world. He most recently appeared in Beyond The Pole, a film comedy about a polar expedition. He starred opposite Nicole Kidman and Ben Chaplin in Birthday Girl.

His other movie credits include romantic comedy Confetti; Billy Elliott; and Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence. On TV, he was among the all-star cast of classic British comedy I'm Alan Partridge. He appeared in the sitcom Nathan Barley, written by Charlie Brooker and Chris Morris; comedy/drama Jane Hall; ITV's Agatha Christie's mystery Miss Marple: At Bertram's Hotel; romantic black comedy Free Agents with Anthony Head; and played a recovering alcoholic in the BBC sitcom Never Better. He studied at Cambridge University, where he gained a Master of Arts in Law, but went on to the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art to train as an actor.


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Stephen Mangan Facts

OccupationComedian, Actor
BirthdayJuly 22, 1972 (45)
SignCancer
BirthplaceUnited Kingdom

Selected Filmography

Not available.