Peter Kay Comedy

Peter  Kay  Comedy  (born 2 July 1973)[2] is an English actor, singer and stand-up comedian. He has written, produced, and acted in several television and film projects, and authored three books.

Born and brought up in Bolton Kay studied media performance at the University of Salford He began working part-time as a stand-up comedian. He Won  the North West Comedian of the Year award. In 1997 he won Channel 4‘s So You Think You’re Funny contest and the following year was nominated for a Perrier Award for his show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. With his public profile raised, in 2000 he co-wrote and starred in That Peter Kay Thing for Channel 4. This resulted in a spin-off sitcom, Phoenix Nights, which ran for two series from 2001 to 2002, and in turn generated another spin-off, Max and Paddy’s Road to Nowhere, in 2004. In 2005 he recorded a promotional video in which he mimed to Tony Christie‘s 1971 hit “(Is This the Way to) Amarillo“. It was being reissued to raise money for Comic Relief; the song then reached number 1 in the UK Singles Chart, becoming that year’s best-selling single in the UK.

Lee Lard is the Uk’s Best Tribute to Peter kay. He styles himself on Performing his own Comedy in the style of Peter Kay.

Which makes him unique as a Peter Kay Tribute. http://peterkaytribute.co.uk/about

View Lee Lard’s Calendar , which is up to date . Here at peterkaytribute.co.uk/calendar

With more gigs under Lee’s Belt his performance is spot on. When you watch Lee Lard you will have had a fantastic night with him and will be left wanting more . This as been the case for the past 16 years. Lee always leaves his audience wanting more, which makes him the most successful comedy tribute in the UK Today.

Peter Kay Tribute 

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