Dave Spikey

dave Spikey

In 2003, Dave released his first DVD, The Overnight Success Tour. Towards the end of 2004, he wrote the ITV comedy-drama, Dean Man Weds, which he also co-starred in, in 2005 with Johnny Vegas.

Since 2005 Spikey has been one of the regular team captains on the comedy panel game, 8 out of 20 Cats. 2005 saw the release of his second live DVD, "Living The Dream".

He now presents the Darting gameshow, Bullseye on Challenge. Dave has two new projects in the pipeline, which have been commissioned by the BBC, being "Magnolia", a sitcom about painters and decorators, and "Footballers Lives" - a comedy about a pub football team, which should air by the end of 2006.

Dave was the last host of UK gameshow Chain Letters in 1997, following on from Jeremy Beadle and Ted Robbins, among others. While working on the show, he once got trapped by the rotating Chain Letters revolving sign. Dave won the Best Newcomer award at the Comedy Awards, and there he met Peter Kay with whom he wrote and acted in Phoenix Nights, a hit comedy series on Channel Four.


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