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Paul Merton’s height is 6ft 2.5in (1.9 m)

Paul James Martin, known professionally as Paul Merton is an English writer, actor, comedian, radio and television presenter. Known for his improvisation skill, his humour is rooted in deadpan, surreal and sometimes dark comedy.

Paul Merton

Best Known For Movie: Paul Merton Looks at Alfred Hitchcock
Height: 6ft 2.5in (1.9 m)
Born: July 9, 1957 , Parsons Green, Fulham, United Kingdom
Filmography: Room 101 (1999-2007), Prickly Heat (1998), Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle (2009), Dick Whittington (2002), Rex the Runt (1998-2001), Aladdin (2000), One Foot in the Grave (1993-2000), The Suicidal Dog (2000), Cinderella (2000/II), Jack and the Beanstalk (1998), I’d Like a Word with You (1997), Paul Merton in Galton and Simpson’s… (1996-1997), The Paul Merton Show (1996), An Evening with Gary Lineker (1994), If You See God, Tell Him (1993), Paul Merton: The Series (1991-1993), Terry and Julian (1992), Josie (1991), Comedy Wavelength (1987), The Young Ones (1984), Birth of Hollywood (2011), Paul Merton’s Weird and Wonderful World of Early Cinema (2010), Paul Merton Looks at Alfred Hitchcock (2009), Morecambe and Wise: The Show What Paul Merton Did (2009), Thank God You’re Here (2008), The Smith and Jones Sketchbook (2006), Craig’s Sushi TV (2003), The Suicidal Dog (2000), In the Presence of Julian Clary (1998), Does China Exist? (1997), The Paul Merton Show (1996), Paul Merton’s Life of Comedy (1995), Paul Merton Live at the Palladium (1994), Paul Merton’s Palladium Story (1994), Paul Merton: The Series (1991-1993), Terry and Julian (1992), Josie (1991), Sticky Moments on Tour with Julian Clary (1990), Sticky Moments with Julian Clary (1989), Hello Mum (1987), Smith & Jones (1984), Birth of Hollywood (2011), Paul Merton’s Weird and Wonderful World of Early Cinema (2010), Paul Merton Looks at Alfred Hitchcock (2009), The Suicidal Dog (2000), Dick Whittington (2002), Aladdin (2000), Cinderella (2000/II), The Sweeney: The Life and Work of Jim Sweeney (2010), Have I Got News for You (1990-2015), The New Paul O’Grady Show (2008-2015), Fern Britton Meets… (2014), Pointless Celebrities (2014), Comedy Playhouse: Where It All Began (2014), Arena (2002-2012), This Morning (2012), Just a Minute (2012), The One Show (2008-2012), The British Comedy Awards 2011 (2011), Paul Merton’s Adventures (2011), David Suchet on Sid Field: Last of the Music Hall Heroes (2011), Birth of Hollywood (2011), Breakfast (2011), Me & Arthur Haynes (2011), The National Television Awards 2011 (2011), The Unforgettable Spike Milligan (2010), The Sweeney: The Life and Work of Jim Sweeney (2010), Paul Merton’s Weird and Wonderful World of Early Cinema (2010), Paul Merton in Europe (2010), The Culture Show (2009), Paul Merton Looks at Alfred Hitchcock (2009), Morecambe and Wise: The Show What Paul Merton Did (2009), Have I Got News for You: The Inevitable Internet Spin-Off (2007-2008), Paul Merton in India (2008), The British Academy Television Awards (2008), Thank God You’re Here (2008), Parkinson (1998-2007), Paul Merton in China (2007), 100 Greatest Stand-Ups (2007), The Comedy Map of Britain (2007), Room 101 (1999-2007), Points West (2007), Silent Clowns (2006), The Mark Steel Lectures (2006), Film 2015 (2006), The Unseen Spike Milligan (2005), What Did ITV Do for Me? (2005), Just for Laughs (2005), Ian Hislop & Paul Merton (2003), The BAFTA TV Awards 2003 (2003), The Very Best of ‘Have I Got News for You’ (2002), Spike Milligan: I Told You I Was Ill… – A Live Tribute (2002), The Waiting Game (2001), Real Life Weakest Links (2001), Annie Goes to Hollywood (2001), I Don’t Believe It! The ‘One Foot in the Grave’ Story (2000), The South Bank Show (1999), Spike Night (1998), Heroes of Comedy (1995-1998), Have I Got News for You: The Official Pirate Video (1997), The Works (1997), Does China Exist? (1997), Unbroadcastable ‘Have I Got News for You’ (1995), Clive Anderson Talks Back (1990-1995), Paul Merton’s Life of Comedy (1995), Paul Merton Live at the Palladium (1994), Paul Merton’s Palladium Story (1994), The Danny Baker Show (1994), Clive James (1994), Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988-1993), Comic Relief: The Invasion of the Comic Tomatoes (1993), Jackanory (1993), Bore of the Year Awards (1993), TV Hell (1992), Aspel & Company (1992), Amnesty International’s Big 30 (1991), A Night of Comic Relief 2 (1989), The Last Resort (1987), Have I Got News for You (2010-2014), Timeshift (2009), Trials and Tribulations (2008), Mark Lawson Talks to… (2008), The Big Fat Anniversary Quiz (2007), Hitler: The Comedy Years (2007), TV’s 50 Greatest Stars (2006), Have I Got News for You: The Best of the Guest Presenters – Volume 2 (2005), The (Almost) Complete A to Z of ‘HIGNFY’ (2005), The Comedians’ Comedian (2005), Have I Got News for You: The Best of the Guest Presenters (2003), Heroes of Comedy (2002), Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988-1992).
Other Names: Paul Martin
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Occupation: Writer
Education: Wimbledon College
Spouse: Suki Webster (m. 2009), Sarah Parkinson (m. 2003–2003), Caroline Quentin (m. 1990–1998)
Books: Only When I Laugh: My Autobiography, Silent Comedy,
Paul Merton Quote: In a psychiatric hospital, a lot of people believe that people on TV are talking to them directly through the screen. I’m with about 500 of these people, and I’m on TV every Friday night. As I was queuing up for breakfast one morning, one guy nearly jumped out of his skin. My first thought was to go ‘Woooo!’ View More Paul Merton Quotes

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