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Lee Evans was born in Avonmouth, Bristol, England to an Irish mother Shirley and a Welsh father, Dave Evans, a nightclub performer. He left Bristol at the age of 11 and then went to The Billericay School in Billericay, Essex. After a spell as a boxer and two years at Thurrock art college in Essex, he followed his father into entertainment. In his teens he moved to Scarborough, North Yorkshire and also played drums in a punk rock band called The Forgotten Five. On 22 September 1984, he married Heather Nudds with whom he has a daughter, Mollie (born 1994). They live in Billericay.
|S01E01||Live at Her Majesty's Theatre||10/10/1994||This was the final show of Lee's 1994 nationwide sell-out tour. The audience at the renowned Her Majesty's Theatre in London was left in tears of laughter as the irrepressible Lee Evans let fly with his frenzied one hundred smiles an hour magic.|
|S01E02||Live from the West End||30/10/1995||The audience on this magical evening in 1995 witnessed a show by Lee Evans which had never been seen before and featured the award winning "Bohemian Rhapsody" finale.|
|S01E03||Different Planet Tour||06/02/1996||On the 6th February 1996 Lee Evans opened his Different Planet Tour at the Lyric Theatre in London's West End. The Show sold out it's entire 8 week run. Following his West End run Lee took the show on a 114 date UK tour before returning again to the West End for one more magical performance.|
|S01E04||Live in Scotland||16/11/1998||This is the grand finale at the Edinburgh Playhouse of Lee Evans' 100 date sell-out 1998 Uk tour, ending with a climatic and rousing finale. Lee, accompanied by the 'Glencourse Pipe Band', sings 'Suicide' leaving the 3'000 audience cheering and begging for more.|
|S01E05||Wired and Wonderful - Live at Wembley||25/11/2002||Lee Evans, 10'000 people, a film crew, almost 2 hours of sensational material and Wembley. This is no new rock 'n' roll, this is classic comedy.|
|S01E06||XL Tour 2005 Live||28/11/2005||In August 2005, Lee Evans set out on the UK's biggest ever comedy tour, taking in over 35 cities, and playing to over 250'000 fans. This is one of the best nights from the tour, as Lee performs to over 4000 fans in Cardiff, Wales, the land of his ancestors.|
|S01E07||Big - Live at the O2||24/11/2008||Taking in over 59 dates in the UK's biggest arenas, Lee has pulled out all the stops to make his 2008 "Big" tour his funniest, most spectacular, biggest performance to date. Recorded at London's O2 Arena where Lee played 5 sell-out nights in 2008 to over 80'000 people.|
|S01E08||Roadrunner - Live at the O2||21/11/2011||Lee's 67 date sell-out "Roadrunner" tour, played to over 600'000 people across 16 arena stages throughout the UK and Ireland. Filmed at the world famous O2 Arena in London in front of 16'000 fans Lee takes you on a fantastic voyage around his diverse universe, lifting the lid on cheap flights, why he hates weddings and culminating in his own particular run in with an endoscope.|
|S01E09||Monsters Live||17/11/2014||Monsters is the frightening funny new Live DVD from one of the biggest names in British comedy filmed during his ambitious 2014 tour. Lee’s manic energy, uncanny observations, hilarious delivery and side-splitting material have made his live performances a must-see for comedy fans worldwide and Monsters sees Lee back doing what he does best live on stage, proving once again why he is a record-breaking comic and one of the nation’s best!|