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Alexander Armstrong

Armstrong and Miller met at University and have been working successfully as actors and comedians, both together and separately, since the mid 1990s. They are currently working on a new series of the BBC1 Armstrong and Miller Show, and a fifty-date tour - both for autumn 2010.
Catherine Bennett

Catherine Bennett writes for the Guardian and the Observer. She lives in London.
Mark Billingham

Mark Billingham has twice won the Theakston's Old Peculier Award for Crime Novel of the Year, and has also won a Sherlock Award for the Best Detective created by a British writer. Each of the novels featuring Detective Inspector Tom Thorne has been a Sunday Times bestseller. Sleepyhead and Scaredy Cat were made into a hit TV series on Sky 1 starring David Morrissey as Thorne, and a new series based on the novels In the Dark and Time of Death will be broadcast on BBC1 in 2017. Mark lives in north London with his wife and two children.
Chuy Bravo

After years of odd jobs, which most notably included stints as the stunt double for Fantasy Island star Hervé Villechaize and The Hulk's Lou Ferrigno, Chuy Bravo has settled into what he hopes is a lifelong position as the assistant to Chelsea Handler. In his spare time, he moonlights as an actor and can be seen in The Rundown and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.
Simon Carr

Simon Carr has been the Independent's parliamentary sketch writer and columnist for the last five years, and is, by common consent, the rudest of them all. An engaging and amusing talker and writer, Simon Carr was speech writer for the prime minister of New Zealand from 1992-4.
Nigel Cawthorne

Nigel Cawthorne is the author of a number of successful true crime and popular history books. His writing has appeared in over 150 newspapers, magazines and partworks - from the Sun to the Financial Times, and from Flatbush Life to The New York Tribune. He lives in London.
Graham Chapman

Graham Chapman studied medicine at Emmanuel College, Cambridge and was invited to join the Cambridge Footlights Dramatic Society, where he met John Cleese. He qualified as a doctor at St.Bartholomew's Hospital in London, then put his medical career on hold and joined Cleese on tour with the stage revue Cambridge Circus, which ran on Broadway in Oct. 1964 and appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show. Back in England, Graham wrote for many TV series, radio programs and films, including the Doctor In the House series, The Frost Report, I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again, and Monty Python's Flying Circus. He also had the lead role in the films Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Monty Python's Life of Brian. Yellowbeard was his only novel.Graham died (at age 48) of cancer on 4, Oct 1989, just one day before the 20th anniversary of Monty Python. Fellow Python Terry Jones called it 'The worst case of party-pooping I've ever seen.'Graham Chapman studied medicine at Emmanuel College, Cambridge and was invited to join the Cambridge Footlights Dramatic Society, where he met John Cleese. He qualified as a doctor at St.Bartholomew's Hospital in London, then put his medical career on hold and joined Cleese on tour with the stage revue Cambridge Circus, which ran on Broadway in Oct. 1964 and appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show. Back in England, Graham wrote for many TV series, radio programs and films, including the Doctor In the House series, The Frost Report, I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again, and Monty Python's Flying Circus. He also had the lead role in the films Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Monty Python's Life of Brian. Yellowbeard was his only novel. Graham died (at age 48) of cancer on 4, Oct 1989, just one day before the 20th anniversary of Monty Python. Fellow Python Terry Jones called it 'The worst case of party-pooping I've ever seen.'
Frank Coles

Frank Coles is a globetrotting writer based in the UK. He's edited two books, been a contributing magazine editor and copywriter and spent a decade in the TV and film business. His work has taken him all over Europe, the Middle East, SE Asia, North America and the Arctic Circle.
Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby is an American entertainer, comedian, actor, producer, author, educator, musician, and activist. He is best known for his portrayal of Cliff Huxtable on The Cosby Show, which has become a television classic. Born and raised in Philadelphia, he earned a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Massachusetts, and is a jazz musician.
Luke Dempsey

Luke Dempsey is deputy editor of bookish.com and author of the memoir A Supremely Bad Idea. A native of England --and a massive Python fan--he currently lives in Griggstown, NJ.
Eamon Evans

Eamon Evans is a Melbourne-based author who has spent all his working life writing for the online and print media. He has written four books: SMALL TALK, THE GODFATHER WAS A GIRL, LORD SANDWICH AND THE PANTS MAN and GRAND SLAMS OF TENNIS. His work has appeared in the SUNDAY HERALD SUN, the ADELAIDE ADVERTISER, the AUSTRALIAN BOOK REVIEW, the SUNDAY TIMES and the COURIER-MAIL. Online, he has been an in-house writer for Big Pond Sport, SBS, ArtsHub, the Weekly Book Newsletter and the electronic bulletin of the International Federation of Arts Council and Culture Agencies.
Bill Fallover

Bill Fallover was born in London. Having worked in publishing, advertising and as a film production designer he now lives in Ireland where he continues to design and create models for museums, films and television.
Chelsea's Family, Friends, and Other Victims

Friends, family members and co-workers of Chelsea Handler, who are happy to write a new book for Chelsea to promote since she's feeling too lazy to write one herself.
Mark Frith

Mark Frith is the editor of HEAT MAGAZINE
A. A. Gill

AA Gill is the acerbic TV and travel critic of the Sunday Times.
Philip Glenister

Philip Glenister was born in Harrow, north west London in 1963. He has appeared in many hugely successful TV series including LIFE ON MARS; ASHES TO ASHES; CLOCKING OFF; and CRANFORD. Visit www.philip-glenister.com for further details.
Annabel Goldsmith

Lady Annabel Goldsmith is the daughter of the 8th Marquess of Londonderry. She was first married to Mark Birley and then James Goldsmith and is the mother of Jemima Khan. Lady Annabel has experienced great joy and tragedy, from her aristocratic upbringing to the sudden death of her son Rupert in a terrible accident.
Chelsea Handler

Born in Livingston, New Jersey, to a Jewish father and a Mormon mother, Chelsea Handler is the youngest of six children. She is the star and host of E!'s Chelsea Lately.
Dena Harris

DENA HARRIS is a former humor columnist for Cats & Kittens magazine and her writing appears in Chicken Soup for the Soul: What I Learned from the Cat. She is also the author of Lessons in Stalking and For the Love of Cats. The host of a monthly AM radio show and founder of a corporate communications company, Write for You, Dena lives with her husband and two cats.
Roy Hattersley

Roy Hattersley is a politician-turned-writer. He was elected to Parliament in 1964, and served in each of Harold Wilson's governments as well as Jim Callaghan's Cabinet before becoming deputy leader of the Labour Party in 1983. He is the author of fourteen books.