Chris Langham is an esteemed writer, director and performer in his native Great Britain, a regular presence on stage, television and radio. Langham is perhaps best known for his work (creator / co-writer / performer) of the BBC series Kiss Me Kate and the BBC radio (and recently, television) series People Like Us (four-time Best Radio Comedy Award-winner). His other extensive television credits include Look at the State We're In (writer), Friday Night with Wogan (co-host), Smith & Jones ‘92 and Smith & Jones ‘90 (writer / performer), Bottom (performer) and Flip (performer). Langham was also awarded an Emmy and a Writers Guild Award for his writing on The Muppet Show. In addition to several one-man shows, Langham counts among his stage credits Les Miserables, Crazy for You (for which he received an Olivier nomination), The Way of the World, The Nerd, Blondel and Pirates of Penzance. Langham's American television credits include story consultant on Max Headroom and writer/performer on Hollywood Dog.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.
Chris Langham Facts
|Birthday||April 14, 1949 (73)|
|Birthplace||London, England, United Kingdom|