Paul Whitehouse

Paul Whitehouse

Highest Rated: 100% The Tiger Who Came to Tea (2019)

Lowest Rated: 0% Kevin & Perry Go Large (2000)

Birthday: May 17, 1958

Birthplace: Stanleytown, Wales, UK

Welsh comedian Paul Whitehouse is best known for his work on British television, particularly as a cast member of the popular sketch comedy show "The Fast Show," on which he played a wide array of wild characters. Whitehouse loved to mimic from an early age and was always fascinated by accents. In his early twenties, he was making ends meet as a tradesman and discovered that he and two of his clients, Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry, had a similarly absurd sense of humor. The three began to write together, leading to Whitehouse's first TV gig, as a writer on the Channel 4 sketch comedy show "Saturday Live." He wrote for a number of comedy series, including "Harry Enfield's Television Programme," on which he also played various characters. "The Fast Show" debuted in 1994 and proved popular for its rapid-fire jokes and zany sense of humor. After three seasons, the show spawned a stage tour before eventually returning to television in 2000. Since then, Whitehouse has reprised various characters from the show in the 2003 TV special "The Fast Show Farewell Tour" and the 2011 revival "The Fast Show Faster." In 2004, Whitehouse appeared opposite American megastar Johnny Depp in the J.M. Barrie biopic "Finding Neverland." Depp, an avid "The Fast Show" fan, has said he believes Whitehouse to be "the greatest actor of all time." Since then, Whitehouse has appeared in two more Depp features, the creepy animated romance "Corpse Bride" and the whimsical adventure "Alice in Wonderland."


Highest Rated Movies



100% No Score Yet The Tiger Who Came to Tea Unknown (Voice) - 2019
34% 27% King of Thieves Carl Wood (Character) - 2018
89% No Score Yet Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires The Wise One / Gussman / Barney (Voice) - 2018
84% 58% Ghost Stories Tony Matthews (Character) $132.9K 2017
12% 30% Mortdecai Spinoza (Character) $7.7M 2015
51% 55% Alice in Wonderland The March Hare (Voice) $334.2M 2010
84% 77% Tim Burton's Corpse Bride William Van Dort/Mayhew/Paul The Head Waiter (Voice) $53.4M 2005
83% 87% Finding Neverland Stage manager (Character) $51.7M 2004
90% 86% Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Sir Cadogan (Character) $249.4M 2004
0% 70% Kevin & Perry Go Large Bouncer 1 (Character) - 2000
No Score Yet No Score Yet Ted and Ralph Unknown (Character),
Executive Producer
- 1998


No Score Yet No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show Guest 2019 2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Jonathan Ross Show Guest 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Monty Python's Best Bits (Mostly) Unknown (Character) 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet Harry & Paul Unknown (Character) 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Catherine Tate Show Unknown (Guest Star) 2005
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Fast Show Unknown (Character),
2000 1996-1997 1994
No Score Yet No Score Yet Harry Enfield and Chums Unknown (Character),
1997 1994
No Score Yet No Score Yet A Bit of Fry & Laurie Unknown (Character) 1990


Nell Van Dort/Hildegarde says: It's a beautiful day!

William Van Dort says: It's a rather nice day.

Nell Van Dort/Hildegarde says: A day for a glorious wedding!

William Van Dort says: A rehearsal, my dear, to be perfectly clear.

Nell Van Dort/Hildegarde says: A rehearsal for a glorious wedding!

March Hare says: You're all late for tea!