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This is a list of comedians of British birth or famous mainly in Britain.
Many of the comedy panel-game regulars and sitcom actors may not be regarded as comedians by some people but they are included here because this page uses the word "comedian" in its broadest possible sense.
In 2009, she spent over a year playing Mother Superior in Sister Act the Musical at the London Palladium.
In 2013 she starred alongside Lee Evans In 2016 starred with Jenna Russell in the UK premiere of the musical Grey Gardens at the Southwark Playhouse.
She has appeared in The Winter's Tale, Titus Andronicus and A Delicate Balance for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
At the National Theatre she has appeared in The Cherry Orchard and The Duchess of Malfi.
The song is about someone trying to give up smoking: however, every good intention is dependent on her having "just one more cigarette".
She starred as Alice Foster in the BBC Radio 2 comedy series Thank You, Mrs Fothergill, in 1978-79, alongside Pat Coombs.
She won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical.Clarifying the truth, Lee wrote: "Unfortunately not true, it was actually taken & devised by our choreographer from the 'Home Alone' poster". There is, of course, every chance that Lee is just having us all on and that the famous dance move has just as much to do with Kevin Mc Allister and co as I do with Channing Tatum's naked body. But if we're taking this as gospel (and let's face it, Lee is practically a Saint of the pop Church) then we're overwhelmed with this information. But now, back to the fact that Lee Latchford-Evans is on Facebook, likely following Pop Justice, and that he DOESN'T EVEN HAVE A BLUE TICK.This wasn't his official page commenting, just his bog-standard mere mortal page where he probably 'pokes' his girlfriend (oi, not like that) and writes Happy Birthday on his cousin's wall.But thankfully, Lee Latchford-Evans of real, actual Steps fame was there to swoop in and correct the website on their misinformation.Commenting on the post from his OWN Facebook account (more on that in a minute), Lee rubbished the rumours and actually explained how the choreographer came up with the idea to include the vertical hand movement we all know and love. How were we unaware of this information for so long?