Cleo Rocos

New audio version of Up Pompeii! stage show

A new audio adaptation of the Up Pompeii! stage show, written for Frankie Howerd, is to be recorded next month, with a star cast.

British Comedy Guide, 9th September 2019

Where are they now? Cleo Rocos

Glamorous comedy actress Cleo Rocos became famous for her sketches in The Kenny Everett Television Show (1981-88). Since then, she's worked as a presenter, producer, singer, writer and businesswoman with her own range of tequila. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Cleo, 52, is single and lives with her mother in London's Canary Wharf.

Tony Padman, The Daily Express, 14th March 2015

In the leading role of Best Possible Taste (BBC Four) Oliver Lansley was good at copying Kenny Everett's funny voices but this only reminded you that the star was at his funniest when talking straight. "I love you," he told his wife, "but I fancy Burt Reynolds." His muse, the improbably beautiful Cleo Rocos, wasn't in the script. When I saw the two of them together I thought: he's done it, he's reduced sex to a Platonic ideal, the lucky swine. Actually, of course, he was wretched.

Clive James, The Telegraph, 19th October 2012