Sean Lock Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Sean Lock was an all around perceived English jokester and an entertainer who was a group chief on the Channel 4 satire board show “8 Out of 10 Cats” from 2005 to 2015, and on “8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown” from 2012 to 2021. He started his parody profession as a professional comic, won the British Comedy Award in 2000 in the classification of Best Live Comic, and was selected for the Perrier Comedy Award. He had additionally composed material for Bill Bailey, Lee Evans, and Mark Lamarr, and was casted a ballot the 55th-most noteworthy professional comedian on Channel 4’s 100 Greatest Stand-Ups in 2007 and again in the refreshed 2010 rundown as the nineteenth most noteworthy professional comedian. He was a regular visitor on other board shows including “Have I Got News for You”, “QI” and “They Think It’s All Over”.

Sean Lock died from disease at his home on eighteenth August 2021, at 58 years old. The individuals who offered recognition included individual “8 Out of 10 Cats” entertainers Jimmy Carr, Jon Richardson, Rachel Riley, and Susie Dent; scores of humorists, including Ricky Gervais, Bill Bailey, Lee Mack, Eddie Izzard, and QI specialist Alan Davies; Chelsea F.C.; and Channel 4. His close companion and individual comic, Harry Hill, wrote in The Guardian portrayed him as “the joke artist’s humorist”.

Celebrated Name Sean Lock
Age 58 Years
Nick Name Sean Lock
Birth Name Sean Lock
Birth Date 1963-04-22
Gender Male
Profession Actor
Birth Nation England
Place Of Birth Surrey, Chertsey
Nationality British
Ethnicity British-white
Father Sidney Lock
Mother Mary
Siblings 3
Horoscope Taurus
Religion Christian
School St John the Baptist School
Marital Status Married
Wife Anoushka Nara Giltsoff
Children 3
Net Worth $1 Million-$5 Million
Source of Wealth Entertainment Industry
Height 6 ft or 1.83 m
Weight 75 KG
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Shoe Size 9 US
Death Date 18th August 2021
Cause Of Death Cancer

Sean Lock was born on 22nd April 1963 in Chertsey, Surrey, England. His old neighborhood was in Woking. He was born to his dad, Sidney Lock, and his mom, Mary. His dad worked in the structure business and his mom was Mary (née McCreesh). He was the most youthful of four kids. In this way, he had three kin. He held British identity and his ethnic foundation was British-White. Taurus was his Zodiac sign and his religion was Christian.

About his schooling, Sean Lock went to St John the Baptist School, Woking. During his adolescent years, he watched workmanship house films on BBC Two and named 1979’s sci-fi film Stalker as one that influenced him extraordinarily. In the year 1981, he left instruction with a grade E in English A-Level. Subsequent to going through seven years as a worker, he voyaged taking on various positions. For about a month and a half, he chipped away at a French ranch as a goat herder and dealt with a kibbutz in Israel. During this period, he likewise functioned as a latrine cleaner and a Department of Health and Social Security office specialist. He later chose to seek after his vocation in acting and selected at the Drama Center London. All through this time, he visited parody shows in London bars and began doing open-mic spots as an interest. In the year 1988, he had his first authority gig at a bar in Stoke Newington. Subsequent to being paid £15 for his 20 minutes, he understood he could seek after being a humorist as a profession.

Sean Lock first and foremost showed up on TV with a supporting job in the 1993 series “Newman and Baddiel in Pieces”. He credited Frank Skinner and Eddie Izzard as significant impacts on his parody.

A prevalent view is that Sean Lock was the main professional comic to perform at Wembley Arena, as he was the help represent Newman and Baddiel. He then, at that point showed up on different radio board shows, script-altered for Bill Bailey’s 1998 BBC2 series, “Is It Bill Bailey?”, and had his own show on BBC Radio 4, “15 Minutes of Misery”. The shows occupied a 15-minute schedule opening and furthermore included the entertainer Kevin Eldon and Hattie Hayridge.

“15 Minutes of Misery” went on for one series of six projects in late 1998 and mid 1999. “15 Minutes of Misery” would later be ventured into the half-hour series “15 Stories High”. In the year 1995, he played a got away from killer in a scene of “The World of Lee Evans”, close by Lee Evans and Phil Daniels.

He additionally composed the screenplay for Andrew Kötting’s 2001 component film “This Filthy Earth”, in light of the clever La Terre by Émile Zola. In the year 2004, he had a visitor appearance in TV’s first-historically speaking “dope show”, Top Buzzer, composed by Johnny Vaughan.

In the year 2005, he turned into a normal group chief on the Channel 4 board game “8 Out of 10 Cats”. Upon his demise, The Guardian expressed that he “will be best recognized as a group chief for the initial 18 series of… 8 Out of 10 Cats… also, he immediately arose as its biggest star.”

He was a group skipper on “8 Out of 10 Cats” somewhere in the range of 2005 and 2015, and on its side project “8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown” somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2021.

Back in spring 2006, he facilitated his own amusement show on Channel 4 called “television Heaven, Telly Hell”. He additionally portrayed the BBC creation “World Cup Goals Galore” in the year 2006.

In the year 2008, he showed up on “The Big Fat Quiz of the Year”, in a group with James Corden. He has additionally showed up on numerous mainstream British TV boards shows including “Have I Got News for You”, “QI” and “They Think It’s All Over”.

He was likewise a big name visitor in “The Last Leg”. He turned into “The Curator” for the second radio series of “The Museum of Curiosity”, in the year 2009, taking over from Bill Bailey.

In the year 2010, he participated in Channel 4’s “Parody Gala”, an advantage show held in help of Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, recorded live at The O2 Arena.

In the year 2011, he took over from John Sergeant as the host of the Dave parody board show, “Argumental”. In the year 2019, he was highlighted in scene 4 of the BBC satire series “Mandy”.

Sean Lock was a hitched man. He secured the bunch to his delightful spouse, Anoushka Nara Giltsoff, a money manager. From their marriage, they had two little girls born in 2004 and 2006, and one child born in 2009. “My accomplice Anoushka is superb about sun insurance, and in case it’s warm, she ensures she puts SPF50 cream on the kids before they get out of the house,” he uncovered. Before his passing, Sean Lock was partaking in their current life joyfully with no unsettling influences. His sexual direction was straight and he was not gay.

Sean Lock was a renowned entertainer and entertainer. His total assets was assessed to have $1 Million-$5 Million starting at 2021 at the hour of his demise. His significant wellspring of abundance came from his amusement profession. He had been making millions snicker for quite a long time, from his stand-up act to his stretch on SNL to his jobs in such exemplary movies as “City Slickers,” “When Harry Met Sally,” “Beasts Inc.,” and “The Princess Bride” (“Have fun raging the castle!”).

Sean Lock was an attractive man with a tall stature of 6 ft or 1.83 m. His decent weight comprises of 75 Kg or 160 lbs. He had a couple of bruised eyes and his hair tone was dark. His shoe size was 9 US. His other body estimation is inaccessible right now. He was determined to have skin disease back in the year 1990, crediting the condition to overexposure to the sun while functioning as a manufacturer in the mid 1980s. In the wake of seeing his PCP, he was alluded to a dermatologist at Guy’s Hospital, London, and made a full recuperation. In May 2012, he gave his help to a Sun Awareness occasion at the emergency clinic.