Stephen Frost

Stephen Frost

Date of birth: 28-12-1955

Stephen Frost came to prominence in the 1980s with the double act The Oblivion Boys, alongside Mark Arden. They were regulars on Saturday Live, had their own BBC Two series Lazarus and Dingwall and starred in a 1987 West End revival of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead – although their biggest fame came with the ‘I bet he drinks Carling Black Label’ adverts.

Frost is a veteran improviser, a member of the Comedy Store Players, the 1980s touring show One Word Improv (alongside Eddie Izzard), and a regular on the TV and radio versions of Whose Line Is It Anyway? He regularly appears in small roles on TV, including Blackadder, Mr Bean and the Tony Hawkk film Playing the Moldovans at Tennis.

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Upcoming Dates

Suki Webster's Guest Speaker


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Date: Fri 15 Dec 2017
Venue: The Miller
Price: From £8 to £6

Comics: Stephen Frost, Suki Webster
Info: Plus: Charlotte Gittins & Steve Steen
Show starts: 20:00 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

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The Comedy Store Players

Date: Wed 27 Dec 2017
Venue: Comedy Store
Price: £19 (£14 concs)
Info: Improv with Josie Lawrence, Richard Vranch, Neil Mullarkey, Andy Smart, Lee Simpson and Stephen Frost
Show starts: 20:00 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)


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