Lee Evans is one of the most well-known comedians in the world. He is often cited as being one of the first comedians to use a conversational style, but he had his own individual style that set him apart from other comedians.
Lee was born on November 24th, 1962 in Coventry, England (UK) to parents Des and Doreen Evans. When Lee was still a baby, his family moved to Saudi Arabia because of his father’s work as an engineer. Shortly after they moved back to England when Lee was 7 years old.
Lee started doing stand-up comedy at age 14 with encouragement from his high school friends and teachers at Solihull School who praised him for telling jokes in class. His comedy career really took off when he won the London
Lee Evans is a British comedian who has performed on stage, film, and television.
Lee Evans started his career as a stand-up comedian. He first toured the UK with fellow comedians Steve Hall and John Bishop before he was 30 years old. He then went on to perform in London’s West End theatre district, where he starred in Billy Joel’s 1993 hit musical “Movin’ Out”. His other theatrical credits include the James Bond spoof “The Play What I Wrote” at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in 2006. He also starred in the 1999 comedy “Big Daddy” alongside Adam Sandler.
He is known for his catchphrase “I’m chuffed to bits”.