Nick Hancock

Nick Hancock

Nick Hancock started his comedy career at Cambridge, where he was president of the Footlights alongside Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt. After several years on the circuit, he got his break with by hosting Room 101, which he co-created and fronted from 1992 to 1999. And in 1995 he began presenting They Think It’s All Over alongside regular team captains Gary Lineker and David Gower. Lee Mack replaced him as host in 2005, and Hancock stepped down from showbusiness: First to work for a mortgage company and then to stay at home as a househusband..

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