Phill Jupitus



Phill Jupitus was born in 1962 and grew up above a pub in Essex with a free-spirited mother (who always remained close to the A13) and an extended noisy family. After realising work was not his strong suit, he carved out a career in stand up comedy and on TV and radio panel shows.
He is a regular on Radio 4's I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue and QI with Stephen Fry. He's also a team captain and the longest-serving member on Never Mind the Buzzcocks. 
The one-time host of 6Music's breakfast show Phill made his West End acting debut in 2008 in Nick Reed's 'Lifecoach', he has starred in the West End musical Hairspray and played King Arthur in Spamalot. 
An acknowledged football pundit for The Times with a love of music that extends well beyond his Buzzcocks appearances and DJing, he has even played with Ian Dury and The Blockheads to celebrate the band's 30th anniversary.

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