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Christopher Morris
Profession: Actor, Composer, Director, Producer, Writer
Birthdate: 05 September 1965
Birthplace: Bristol, England, UK
Height: 193
Christopher Morris TV Filmography
Veep
Former Senator Selina Meyer finds that being Vice President of the United States is nothing like she hoped and everything that everyone ever warned her about.
Released: 2012
The IT Crowd
Deep in the sub basement of the ambiguous company of Reynholm Industries, are not one, but two socially awkward IT guys. Moss, an electronics wizard and overly naive man and Roy, a lazy disgruntled co-worker have to provide support for Reynholm Industries with their inept boss, Jen, that doesn't know the difference between hardware and software.
Released: 2006
Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge
Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge: No description
Released: 1994
Nathan Barley 
Dan Ashcroft, a bad-tempered and chaotic journalist working for hip magazine 'Sugar Ape', believes that he is surrounded by what he calls 'idiots': hedonistic scenesters who care about nothing but the latest trend. Nathan Barley is a prime example of this species, so logically he and his website 'trashbat.
Released: 2005
Jam
A collection of bleakly dark comedy sketches pushing the boundaries of taste, decency and television in general, shot using new and different techniques and fading slowly in and out of each other against a slow musical soundtrack. Regular themes include death, insanity and, most often of all, the medical profession.
Released: 2000
Big Train
Like reality, only better!
Released: 1998
I'm Alan Partridge
Alan Partridge a failed television presenter whose previous exploits had featured in the chat-show parody Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge, and who is now presenting a programed on local radio in Norwich.
Released: 1997
Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
The BBC Two series debuted on 16 March 2009,[1] and featured stand-up routines and sketches[2] performed by Simon Munnery, Kevin Eldon and Paul Putner amongst others. Peter Serafinowicz recorded voice-over parts.
Released: 2009
Brass Eye
Controversal spoof of current-affairs TV and the role of celebrity in the UK.
Released: 1997
Jam
A collection of bleakly dark comedy sketches pushing the boundaries of taste, decency and television in general, shot using new and different techniques and fading slowly in and out of each other against a slow musical soundtrack. Regular themes include death, insanity and, most often of all, the medical profession.
Released: 2000
The Day Today
A satire of British news programmes. It parodies the 'hard-hitting' Gulf War-era style of journalism, as well as mocking sports journalism, weather reports, American news programmes, business reports, soap operas, 'vox pops', and many other targets.
Released: 1994
Veep
Former Senator Selina Meyer finds that being Vice President of the United States is nothing like she hoped and everything that everyone ever warned her about.
Released: 2012
Veep
Former Senator Selina Meyer finds that being Vice President of the United States is nothing like she hoped and everything that everyone ever warned her about.
Released: 2012
Nathan Barley 
Dan Ashcroft, a bad-tempered and chaotic journalist working for hip magazine 'Sugar Ape', believes that he is surrounded by what he calls 'idiots': hedonistic scenesters who care about nothing but the latest trend. Nathan Barley is a prime example of this species, so logically he and his website 'trashbat.
Released: 2005
Jam
A collection of bleakly dark comedy sketches pushing the boundaries of taste, decency and television in general, shot using new and different techniques and fading slowly in and out of each other against a slow musical soundtrack. Regular themes include death, insanity and, most often of all, the medical profession.
Released: 2000
Big Train
Like reality, only better!
Released: 1998
Nathan Barley 
Dan Ashcroft, a bad-tempered and chaotic journalist working for hip magazine 'Sugar Ape', believes that he is surrounded by what he calls 'idiots': hedonistic scenesters who care about nothing but the latest trend. Nathan Barley is a prime example of this species, so logically he and his website 'trashbat.
Released: 2005
Brass Eye
Controversal spoof of current-affairs TV and the role of celebrity in the UK.
Released: 1997
Jam
A collection of bleakly dark comedy sketches pushing the boundaries of taste, decency and television in general, shot using new and different techniques and fading slowly in and out of each other against a slow musical soundtrack. Regular themes include death, insanity and, most often of all, the medical profession.
Released: 2000
The Day Today
A satire of British news programmes. It parodies the 'hard-hitting' Gulf War-era style of journalism, as well as mocking sports journalism, weather reports, American news programmes, business reports, soap operas, 'vox pops', and many other targets.
Released: 1994
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Comedian Jimmy Fallon hosts a late-night talk show.
Released: 2009
Fist of Fun 
We do not have any description for this movie yet.
Released: 1995
Nathan Barley 
Dan Ashcroft, a bad-tempered and chaotic journalist working for hip magazine 'Sugar Ape', believes that he is surrounded by what he calls 'idiots': hedonistic scenesters who care about nothing but the latest trend. Nathan Barley is a prime example of this species, so logically he and his website 'trashbat.
Released: 2005
Brass Eye
Controversal spoof of current-affairs TV and the role of celebrity in the UK.
Released: 1997
Jam
A collection of bleakly dark comedy sketches pushing the boundaries of taste, decency and television in general, shot using new and different techniques and fading slowly in and out of each other against a slow musical soundtrack. Regular themes include death, insanity and, most often of all, the medical profession.
Released: 2000
The Day Today
A satire of British news programmes. It parodies the 'hard-hitting' Gulf War-era style of journalism, as well as mocking sports journalism, weather reports, American news programmes, business reports, soap operas, 'vox pops', and many other targets.
Released: 1994
Jam
A collection of bleakly dark comedy sketches pushing the boundaries of taste, decency and television in general, shot using new and different techniques and fading slowly in and out of each other against a slow musical soundtrack. Regular themes include death, insanity and, most often of all, the medical profession.
Released: 2000
Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
The BBC Two series debuted on 16 March 2009,[1] and featured stand-up routines and sketches[2] performed by Simon Munnery, Kevin Eldon and Paul Putner amongst others. Peter Serafinowicz recorded voice-over parts.
Released: 2009