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BIOGRAPHY
STEVE COOGAN
Born October 14, 1965 in Middleton (UK).
The British actor, writer, composer, producer.
Steve was born in a Catholic working-class family. He was the third child of six.
He received his education at the Manchester Polytechnic School of Theatre.
The actor began his career as a comedian, he worked in comedy on the radio and television programs.
He created some of the most beloved characters in television audience of English, including the inimitable Alan Partridge, for which he received a number of awards of the British Academy of Film and Television.
Among the latest films with his participation: “The Rules of Attraction 2: happy ending,” “Around the World in 80 Days” and “Coffee and Cigarettes” by Jim Jarmusch.
Coogan started his career as a comedian entertainer in his native Manchester after finished drama school. A few years his voice in Spitting Image – a very popular puppet TV series, which caricatured political and cultural celebrities.
In a short time he became himself to create his characters, which immediately became part of the British cultural landscape and have created programs such as The Office and “Little Britain”.
In 1992 he received the prestigious “Perrier” for the program “Steve Coogan and John Thompson,” which first appeared Paul Calf – uses foul language and lover of beer from the north, which soon joined by his sister Pauline. But Alan Partridge – blunt disc jockey of Norfolk brought Coogan sometimes unwelcome celebrity status.
For his first big appearance on the silver screen he wrote the screenplay with his partner on the TV scripts Harry normals.
“Overseer” film (2001) received impressive reviews and became one of the top grossing British films of the year.

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