Norman Lovett, Actor, Comedian, After Dinner Speaker, Corporate Entertainer, Norman was well into his thirties before he decided to be a stand-up comedian. He played the original comedy Store many times and even supported the Clash. Television and radio followed a few years later and of course the role that he is best known for "Holly" in Red Dwarf. He considers himself to be a stand-up comedian that can act a bit and has yet to appear in a Pantomime. He has appeared on numerous TV shows including: Pajamarama The Young Ones The Tube Weekend In Wallop Baby Baby Don't Miss Wax Happy Families Just For Laughs Gordon The Gopher Seven Wonders of the Industrial World Red Dwarf Rab C Nesbitt

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Background

Norman was well into his thirties before he decided to be a stand-up comedian. He played the original comedy Store many times and even supported the Clash.

Television and radio followed a few years later and of course the role that he is best known for "Holly" in Red Dwarf. He considers himself to be a stand-up comedian that can act a bit and has yet to appear in a Pantomime.

He has appeared on numerous TV shows including:

Pajamarama
The Young Ones
The Tube
Weekend In Wallop
Baby Baby
Don't Miss Wax
Happy Families
Just For Laughs
Gordon The Gopher
Seven Wonders of the Industrial World
Red Dwarf
Rab C Nesbitt

He has appeared as Clegg the Butler in Ben Traver's 'Spotted Dick' at the Watford Palace Theatre, and has delved into the film and TV world also;

Norman played the Police computer expert in ‘The Criminal’ written and directed by Julian Simpson starred Bernard Hill, Eddie Izzard and Stephan Macintosh.

He played one of the lead parts in ‘Feedback’ written and directed by Chris Atkins.
Norman played the part of a driving test examiner in a wry, black comedy.

Appeared in rock band Intro2's Debut music video "Clear", playing 'Holly' alongside familar faces, Craig Charles and Danny John Jules.

Client Comments

'Lovett turns aimlessness into an art. Max Wall, remember, once appeared in Waiting For Godot, and you can easily imagine Lovett following in his footsteps, big boots and all.’

The Times

‘Exquisite stand-up comedy.’

The Guardian

‘The man is a natural born comic…his delivery is so deadpan, he makes Jack Dee seem like Ken Dodd…few could ever match his subtle skill.’

Edinburgh Evening news

‘Its not an act - the man really is this funny.’

The Scotsman

'He's funnier than ever.’

London Evening Standard

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