Dan Clark

Dan Clark

Date of birth: 03-07-1976

Best known for the BBC Three series How Not to Live Your Life, which he wrote and starred in as Don Danbury, Dan Clark’s first television appearance was in a December 1996 episode of Only Fools and Horses, playing a character called Scott.

The following year he formed the Electric Eel sketch group with Adam G Goodwin and Cliff Kelly, making their Edinburgh debut in 1998.

In 1999, the trio made a Comedy Lab pilot Channel Four entitled Roy Dance Is Dead, about a group of estate agents, which led to a full series – The Estate Agents – in 2002.

His other credits include The Mighty Boosh – where he played Johnny Two Hats – French & Saunders, My Family and the ITV comedy drama series The Complete Guide to Parenting.

How Not to Live Your Life started life as a series of shorts on the Paramount Comedy Channel, where he would act out lists such as ‘Ten things you shouldn't wear on a date’, which led to the BBC commission. A pilot was made in 2007; with the first full series airing in autumn 2008, and the second in autumn 2009. A third series has been commissioned for 2010.

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Dan Clark live comedy dates

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Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2002

Electric Eel

Edinburgh Fringe 2003

Dan Clark: 57 Minutes

Edinburgh Fringe 2005

Dan Clark: Erotic Neurotic

Edinburgh Fringe 2006

Dan Clark: The Day iLost My iPod

Edinburgh Fringe 2007

Dan Clark: Unfangled

Edinburgh Fringe 2011

Dan Clark: 3 Nights Only

Edinburgh Fringe 2014

Dan Clark: Me, My Selfie and I

Edinburgh Fringe 2015

Wow Wow Show! with Dan Clark

Edinburgh Fringe 2019

Dan Clark: Work in Progress


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