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Angus Deayton
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    (January 6, 1956- )
    Born in Surrey, England, United Kingdom
    Best known for portraying various characters on 'Mr. Bean'
    Other notable works include 'Black Adder,' 'Alexei Sayle's Stuff,' 'One Foot In The Grave,' 'Savage Hearts,' 'Elizabeth,' That Deadwood Feeling,' 'Swinging with the Finkels,' 'Playing the Moldovans at Tennis,' 'Waterloo Road' and 'Pramface'
    Host of the British TV shows 'Have I Got News for You' (1990-2002), Would I Lie to You? (2007-08) and Hell's Kitchen (2009)
    Most North American audiences only know him from his roles as the lifeguard and the man in the park on 'Mr. Bean.'
    He goes by his middle name instead of his birth name of Gordon.
    He was part of a Bee Gees novelty satire band called The Hee Bee Gees.
    He was fired from his position as host of 'Have I Got News for You' after the tabloids reported he abused cocaine.
    He was fired from 'Hell's Kitchen' after he frequently clashed with the show's master chef, <25575.
    He was censored by the BBC after he made a derogatory joke about Jimmy Savile and his mother.
    He studied in language arts at Oxford, prior to getting his break in the entertainment industry.
    He is good friends with both Rowan Atkinson and Stephen Fry.
    His suave personality made him highly sought after for hosting game and award shows in his native England.
    He had the support of many fans of 'Have I Got News For You', many of whom petitioned for his reinstatement as the show's host.
    He has tremendous versatility as he has done various works on television, in film and on radio.

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