HARRY Enfield is a comedy genius who has created numerous characters and sketch shows over the years. Here’s everything you need to know about the actor and comedian… Who is Harry Enfie…
HARRY Enfield is a comedy genius who has created numerous characters and sketch shows over the years.
Here’s everything you need to know about the actor and comedian…
Getty – Contributor Harry Enfield at the FilmAid Quiz gala night in London, 2016
Who is Harry Enfield?
Harry Enfield, 56, is a British comedian and actor from Horsham, West Sussex.
He previously worked as a milkman before appearing as an impressionist on Spitting Image.
From 1985-1988 he rose to fame when he starred in Channel 4’s sketch show Saturday Live, playing various characters such as the builder Loadsamoney.
In 1990 he created the hugely popular BBC sketch show Harry Enfield and Chums which starred Kathy Burke and Paul Whitehouse.
The comedian has a hefty net worth since alongside his TV work he has also invested in property – in 2008 he made £10 million profit on his Notting Hill home.
Channel 4 Harry Enfield portrays Prince Charles in The Windsors on Channel 4
Who does Harry Enfield play in The Windsors?
Harry Enfield plays Prince Charles in the Channel 4 sitcom The Windsors.
The series ran for two seasons from 2016-2017 and offers a comical view of the present Royal Family.
The show returns for a Royal Wedding special on May 15, 2018 in honour of Prince Harry’s (Richard Goulding) marriage to Meghan Markle (Kathryn Drysdale).
The one-off episode will see Prince Charles travel to America to meet Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland.
Getty – Contributor Loadsamoney was a builder who liked to flash the cash in Harry Enfields’ 80s sketch show
What other TV series has Harry Enfield been in?
Harry Enfield has starred in a wide variety of TV shows, most notably his own Harry Enfield & Chums which ran from 1990-1998.
The show featured many characters such as teenagers Kevin and Perry, who also starred in their own feature film Kevin and Perry Go Large.
From 2007-2009 Harry also played Jim Stonem in the Channel 4 series Skins.
In 2000 he produced one series of Harry Enfield’s Brand Spanking New Show on Sky One and reunited with Paul Whitehouse for the sketch show Harry & Paul from 2007-2012.
He has also appeared in Men Behaving Badly, Upstart Crow and Jack Whitehall’s Bad Education.