Good Scottish classic comedians and comedy actors Page 2

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sootyj

  • Saturday 5th February 2011, 10:02am
  • England
  • 51,287 posts
Quote: Nat Wicks @ February 4 2011, 4:25 PM GMT

I'm super racist.


What are your super powers?

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Natalie Of Wicks

  • Saturday 5th February 2011, 2:27pm [Edited]
  • England
  • 9,484 posts
Quote: UltimateChips @ February 5 2011, 9:52 AM GMT

sorry but that is a bit rude nat wicks


It's rude to call yourself racist?

I think it's rude to poorly punctuate your sentences. :P

Quote: sootyj @ February 5 2011, 10:02 AM GMT

What are your super powers?


I haven't decided yet. But my sidekick's name is Extreme Prejudice.

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Alfred J Kipper

  • Saturday 5th February 2011, 2:56pm
  • Aldershot, England
  • 5,808 posts
Quote: sootyj @ February 5 2011, 10:02 AM GMT

What are your super powers?


It's certainly not putting on make up, going by the profile pic.

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British Alien

  • Wednesday 9th February 2011, 11:51am
  • Northampton, England
  • 13 posts

Sylvester McCoy and Fulton Mackay! x

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JB16

  • Tuesday 15th February 2011, 2:10pm
  • England
  • 10 posts

Jerry Sadowitz

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Jinky

  • Tuesday 15th February 2011, 3:17pm
  • England
  • 783 posts

All the cool kids like Brian Limond and Greg McHugh.

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Baumski

  • Tuesday 15th February 2011, 4:18pm
  • England
  • 1,583 posts
Quote: Nat Wicks @ February 4 2011, 4:25 PM GMT

I'm super racist.


McRacist

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Agnes Guano

  • Tuesday 15th February 2011, 7:52pm
  • Tediumcester, England
  • 541 posts

Jimmy Logan is greatly revered in Scotland, and Glasgow in particular. A fine comedy actor and comedian, he's barely known outside of Scotland but did play Bert the randy Scot chasing Barbara Windsor in Carry On Abroad if you need a memory jog.

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Shandonbelle

  • Tuesday 15th February 2011, 8:46pm
  • England
  • 6,571 posts

Dont see enough of the Scots on TV comedies, but Fultan McKay and Billy Connolly come to mind, Ewan McGregor and all of the cast of Trainspotting though they weren't necessarily comedy actors

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Oldrocker

  • Tuesday 15th February 2011, 9:13pm [Edited]
  • Near my beloved Black Country in Wolverhampton, England
  • 13,416 posts

I recently bought this from Amazon.

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Haven't watched it yet but the third programme credits Chick Murray. I'll report back.

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Aaron

  • Saturday 19th February 2011, 3:06pm
  • Royal Berkshire, England
  • 68,309 posts

It's a lovely little collection.

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Rach M

  • Saturday 19th February 2011, 10:25pm [Edited]
  • Co.Down, Northern Ireland
  • 5 posts
Quote: pio231 @ February 12 2011, 2:51 PM GMT

Kevin Bridges

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2q9SSvY1EU


His DVD is brilliant. Plus he's so young - like he's in his early 20s I think - but yet he has such good comedy timing. It's his first DVD and it's amazing to see him have the crowd in tears.