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  1. Ade Edmondson - Wikipedia

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    Adrian Charles Edmondson (born 24 January 1957) is an English comedian, actor, musician and television presenter. He was part of the alternative comedy boom in the early 1980s and had roles in the television series The Young Ones (1982–1984) and Bottom (1991–1995), which he wrote together with his collaborative partner Rik Mayall.

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  3. Adrian Edmonson hits back at Ranvir Singh over Rik Mayall ...

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    Nov 29, 2019 · Adrian Edmondson hit back at questions about late pal Rik Mayall, following his death in 2014. The EastEnders actor became best friends with the comedian at university, later working together on...

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  4. Adrian Edmondson - Biography - IMDb

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    Mini Bio (1) Adrian Edmondson was born in Bradford, Yorkshire. He went to Manchester University to study drama. Whilst he was there he met Rik Mayall, and the pair began performing as 20th Century Coyote.

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    Ed­mond­son, the sec­ond of four chil­dren, was born in Brad­ford, West Rid­ing of York­shire to Dorothy Eileen Stur­geon and Fred Ed­mond­son (1929-2014). As a child, he lived with his fam­ily in a va­ri­ety of places in­clud­ing Cyprus, Bahrain, and Uganda, where his fa­ther was a teacher in the armed forces. In the mid-1980s, his fa­ther be­came the deputy head­mas­ter at the for­mer Drum­mond Mid­dle School in Man­ning­ham, Brad­ford. Ed­mond­son at­tended Pock­ling­ton School, East Rid­ing of York­shirefrom 1968 to 1975. In an in­ter­view with the Times Ed­u­ca­tional Sup­ple­ment, he stated that he did not enjoy his ed­u­ca­tion at Pocklington. Ed­mond­son cal­cu­lated that dur­ing his time at Pock­ling­ton, he re­ceived a total of 66 strokes of the cane as well as fre­quent slip­per­ings. By the time he was in sixth form, with his par­ents work­ing abroad, Ed­mond­son began to enjoy him­self, "which in­volved lots of drink­ing and smok­ing and petty acts of van­dal­ism." He m...

    1980s

    Under the name 20th Cen­tury Coy­ote, Ed­mond­son and May­all be­came one of the star at­trac­tions at The Com­edy Store. As their pop­u­lar­ity grew, Ed­mond­son, May­all and other up­com­ing co­me­di­ans, in­clud­ing Nigel Planer, Peter Richard­son, Alexei Sayle, and French and Saun­ders moved from the Com­edy Store to The Comic Strip club. The Comic Strip soon gained a rep­u­ta­tion as one of the most pop­u­lar com­edy clubs in Lon­don and soon came to the at­ten­tion of Chan­nel 4. Ed­mon...

    1990s

    Ed­mond­son played Brad Ma­jors in the 1990 West End run of The Rocky Hor­ror Show, along­side Tim McIn­nerny as Frank-N-Furter and Ed Tu­dor-Pole as Riff-Raff. He also ap­pears on the sound­track album of the pro­duc­tion. In 1991, he teamed with his com­edy part­ner Rik May­all once more, this time co-writ­ing and co-star­ring in their own sit­com, Bot­tom. Ed­mond­son starred as "Ed­ward Eliz­a­beth Hitler" op­po­site May­all's "Richard Richard". The se­ries fea­tured the slap­stick, crude...

    2000s

    Ed­mond­son ap­peared reg­u­larly as Bren­dan Bax­ter in Se­ries 4 of the BBC mys­tery se­ries Jonathan Creek, broad­cast in 2003–2004. He had a lead role play­ing an NHS doc­tor in the com­edy se­ries Doc­tors and Nurses first broad­cast in early 2004. In Sur­viv­ing Disaster, a BBC docu­d­rama about the 1986 Cher­nobyl dis­as­ter, broad­cast at the start of 2006, Ed­mond­son played the role of Dr Valery Legasov. In 2005 he ap­peared as a celebrity model on Star Portraits with Rolf Har­ris....

    In 1984, Ed­mond­son formed the spoof Heavy Metal band Bad News as part of The Comic Strip Pre­sents... se­ries with Comic Strip reg­u­lars Rik May­all, Nigel Planer and Peter Richard­son. The band proved pop­u­lar, and they re­leased two sin­gles (nei­ther of which reached the top 40) and two stu­dio al­bums. They also played a se­ries of small gigs around the coun­try, cul­mi­nat­ing in their per­for­mance at the Mon­sters of Rockfes­ti­val in 1986. On one oc­ca­sion, Ed­mond­son, May­all and Planer as their "Young Ones" char­ac­ters did a par­ody of the song "My Gen­er­a­tion" by The Who. In 1986, Ed­mond­son achieved a num­ber one hit in the UK sin­gles charts when he and his co-stars from The Young Ones teamed up with Cliff Richard to record a new ver­sion of "Liv­ing Doll" for the in­au­gural Comic Re­lief cam­paign. De­spite hav­ing been killed off in the final episode of the se­ries, Ed­mond­son played Vyvyan one last time in the video. The same year he co-wrote the book How...

    Ed­mon­son is mar­ried to co­me­dian Jen­nifer Saun­ders and they have three daugh­ters, mu­si­cian Ella, ac­tress Beat­tie and Freya. They have houses in Devon and Lon­don. On 27 Au­gust 2012, Ed­mond­son and Saun­ders be­came grand­par­ents when their daugh­ter Ella gave birth to a baby boy, Fred. In 2014, Ella gave birth to an­other son, Albert.Ella gave birth to their first grand­daugh­ter Ivy in Au­gust 2016. Ed­mond­son is a sup­porter and cur­rent sea­son ticket holder of League 2 foot­ball team Ex­eter City F.C. and often watches them at home and away matches and fol­lows them on Twitter. He also wrote the fore­word to Nick Spencer's Never say die: the re­mark­able rise of Ex­eter City, in which he stated that he is a mem­ber of the Trust. When Rik May­all died in June 2014, Ed­mond­son was one of the pall­bear­ersat May­all's funeral.

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  5. Adrian Edmondson (Narrator of Fox In Socks)

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    Adrian Charles "Ade" Edmondson is an English comedian, writer, director, actor, and musician. He is probably best known for his comedic roles in the television series The Young Ones (1982–1984) and Bottom (1991–2003), which he also wrote together with his long-time comedy partner Rik Mayall.

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  6. Adrian Edmondson | Wookieepedia | Fandom

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    Adrian Charles "Ade" Edmondson (born January 24, 1957) is an English actor and comedian who portrayed Edrison Peavey in Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi. This article is a stub about a person in real life. You can help Wookieepedia by expanding it.

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  7. Good Morning Britain fans cringe at Ade Edmondson interview ...

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    Nov 29, 2019 · Tense: Good Morning Britain came to a very awkward end on Friday during an interview with Ade Edmondson, 62, in which he was grilled about his late friend Rik Mayall (left) Things started off well...

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  8. Adrian Edmondson - IMDb

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    Adrian Edmondson was born in Bradford, Yorkshire. He went to Manchester University to study drama. ... Born: January 24, 1957

  9. Adrian Edmondson on struggling to help wife Jennifer Saunders ...

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    While his wife Jennifer Saunders has been enduring a 'brutal' course of treatment for breast cancer over the past year, Adrian Edmondson has been desperately trying to support her and their three...