Damian Kell: Not Going Out for BBC One

Date - 12 April, 2013, All News Television

Damian Kell is guest lead tonight in prime time BBC comedy, Not Going Out for BBC One. Season 6, Episode 2 sees Lee, Lucy and Daisy go on a skiing trip to Eastern Europe, but as usual disaster isn’t far behind. The trio of friends find themselves stuck in a cable car attended by Damian’s character, with a handful of other nervous tourists – one of whom just happens to be pregnant. To watch a clip click here.

The comedy, starring Lee Mack, Sally Bretton and Katy Wix is in it’s sixth series. The sitcom follows the jokes, jibes and general misunderstandings of happy-go-lucky Lee and his friends, including the object of his hapless affections, his landlady Lucy.

Overview

Damian’s acting roles have taken him from the West End to West Yorkshire Playhouse and from the latest series of Doctor Who to the award-winning Not Going Out. Experienced on the live comedy circuit, his sketch group Stickmen was described as ‘A rollercoaster of comedy genius’ by The Scotsman and was one of Time Out’s ‘Top 25 Shows to see in Edinburgh’.

As a writer/performer he was invited onto BBC Talent and he's now writing his first TV drama on commission and a production office has opened for his first feature film at Elstree Studios.

A proficient musician, Damian has won arts festivals as a pianist and recorded on a Lesley Garrett album as a singer. As a sportsman, he's played rugby at Twickenham and won national medals in athletics. He is also a specialist in early Merovingian Kings.

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