MARCUS Brigstocke will be perplexing to see a humorous side as he joins a military to quarrel crime for new Channel 4 uncover Famous and Fighting Crime.
The 45 year aged comedian is on a frontline as a special deputy in Cambridgeshire.
What is Marcus’ new uncover Famous and Fighting Crime?
Marcus is doubtful to be personification it for laughs as he joins a Cambridgeshire military force to follow down criminals in Peterborough.
The funnyman volunteered with a special constables and can be seen on Channel 4 TONIGHT (February 11, 2019).
Marcus tweeted: “This was a fascinating and eye opening project. I’m so blissful we was given this extraordinary opportunity. Huge interjection to @CambsCops!”
Famous and Fighting Crime continues each Monday for 4 episodes.
Who is Marcus Brigstocke?
Marcus is an English comedian famous especially for his stand-up and appearing on comedy row shows such as Have we Got News For You.
He was innate in Guildford, Surrey, on May 8, 1973, creation him 45.
Marcus, who is famous for being high and slender, has suggested that when he was 17 he ballooned to 25 mill before losing half his physique weight in 7 months in rehab.
He has also not had a splash given he was 17, divulgence on Famous and Fighting Crime that he as never had a “legal drink”.
He was married to Sophie Prideaux from 2001 until 2013 though a integrate separate after she detected he had been cheating.
He met Corrie and Dancing On Ice star Hayley Tamaddon in 2010 and they embarked on an event when they toured together in low-pitched Spamalot.
The integrate separate in Jul 2014.
Marcus has dual children with his former wife, Alfie and Emily.
What has Marcus starred in?
Marcus’ many important coming was in Love Actually – as a radio presenter who interviews Bill Nighy’s character.
He also seemed in a Red Nose Day special.
Marcus has seemed on Have we got News For You, QI, Would we Lie To You? and The Jump among other things.
In 2016 he suggested that he was incompetent to work for a year after injuring himself on The Jump.
He’s also taken on safer roles, presenting TV shows The Joy of Techs, I’ve Never Seen Star Wars and Trophy People.