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Angus Deayton’s height is 5ft 9in ( 1.75m )

Gordon Angus Deayton is an English actor, writer, musician, comedian and broadcaster. He is best known as the former presenter of the satirical panel game Have I Got News for You, a job from which he …

Angus Deayton

Born: January 6, 1956 , Surrey, United Kingdom
Partner: Lise Mayer (1991–)
Children: Isaac Deayton
Movies: Swinging with the Finkels, The Fat Slags, Elizabeth
Filmography: Waterloo Road (2013-2015), Comedy Playhouse (2014), Pramface (2012-2014), Playing the Moldovans at Tennis (2012), Swinging with the Finkels (2011), Pete & Dud: The Lost Sketches (2010), That Deadwood Feeling (2009), Love and Other Disasters (2006), Nighty Night (2004-2005), Absolute Power (2003-2005), Heartless (2005/II), Marigold (2005), Fat Slags (2004), Monkey Trousers (2004), One Foot in the Grave (1990-2000), Elizabeth (1998), Savage Hearts (1996), Lord of Misrule (1996), Bad Company (1993), If You See God, Tell Him (1993), KYTV (1989-1993), Alexei Sayle’s Stuff (1988-1991), Doctor at the Top (1991), Mr. Bean (1990), The Tall Guy (1989), Chelmsford 123 (1988), Who Dares Wins (1984), The Black Adder (1983), Tiswas (1981), Comedy Sketchbook (2008), Help Your Self (2006), Stick to What You Know (2005), Not Another Eurovision Song Contest (2002), Goodbye 2000 (2000), The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything (1999), Before They Were Famous (1997), The Best of Rory Bremner (1995), KYTV (1989-1993), Rory Bremner (1989), The Rory Bremner Show (1988), Would I Lie to You? (2007-2008), The Great European Disaster Movie (2015), Christmas Epic Fails (2014), The Comedy Vaults: BBC2′s Hidden Treasure (2014), Sunday Brunch (2014), World’s Most Dangerous Roads (2012), Tamara Drewe: Red Carpet Special (2011), 24 Hour Panel People (2011), Comedy Connections (2007-2008), Would I Lie to You? (2007-2008), Comedy Sketchbook (2008), Hell’s Kitchen (2004-2007), Casualty (2007), Sport Relief 2006 (2006), Soccer Aid (2006), Best Ever Muppet Moments (2006), Help Your Self (2006), Stick to What You Know (2005), ITV 50 Greatest Shows (2005), 50 Terrible Predictions (2005), Comic Relief Does University Challenge (2005), The British Comedy Awards 2004 (2004), Bognor or Bust (2004), Hell’s Kitchen: School Reunion (2004), Sport Relief 2004 (2004), In the Know (2004), Britain’s Best Sitcom (2004), The BAFTA TV Awards 2003 (2003), Comic Relief Does University Challenge (2003), The Luvvies (2003), The British Comedy Awards 2002 (2002), The Very Best of ‘Have I Got News for You’ (2002), Have I Got News for You (1990-2002), Not Another Eurovision Song Contest (2002), Not Another News Bulletin (2002), The British Comedy Awards 2001 (2001), The BAFTA TV Awards 2001 (2001), Happiness (2001), Comic Relief Presents: Have I Got Buzzcocks All Over (2001), Goodbye 2000 (2000), Killing Victor… One Foot in the Grave… An Insider’s View (2000), The Real David Beckham (2000), I Don’t Believe It! The ‘One Foot in the Grave’ Story (2000), Coupling (2000), The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything (1999), A History of Alternative Comedy (1999), The End of the Year Show (1995-1998), The Temptation Game (1998), The Megatastic Comic Relief Red Nose Awards (1998), Have I Got News for You: The Official Pirate Video (1997), The Story of Bean (1997), The Lying Game (1997), Light Lunch (1997), Brit Awards 1996 (1996), TFI Friday (1996), Angus Deayton: One Foot in the Groin (1996), The 49th Bafta Awards (1996), Clive Anderson All Talk (1996), Fantasy Football League (1996), Unbroadcastable ‘Have I Got News for You’ (1995), In Search of Happiness (1995), Room 101 (1995), Anyone for Pennis? (1995), Doing Rude Things (1995), Comic Relief (1995), Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush (1995), Smashie and Nicey, the End of an Era (1994), The All New Alexei Sayle Show (1994), Children in Need (1993), Red Nose Awards 1993 (1993), Comic Relief: The Invasion of the Comic Tomatoes (1993), Horizon (1993), Bore of the Year Awards (1993), TV Hell (1992), Rowan Atkinson: Not Just a Pretty Face (1992), Wogan (1992), Amnesty International’s Big 30 (1991), Comic Relief (1986/II), Have I Got News for You (2002-2012), Room 101 (2007), Before They Were Famous (1997-1999), Mr. Bean (1995)
Astrological Sign: Capricorn
Best Known For Movie: Rowan Atkinson: Not Just a Pretty Face
Height: 5ft 9in ( 1.75m )
First Name: Angus
Last Name: Deayton
Birth Full Name: Gordon Angus Deayton
Birthplace: London, England, UK
Build: Average
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
Occupation: Actor, Writer, Comic
Genre: Satire,parody

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