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Rowan Atkinson, star of Johnny English

 
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Rowan Atkinson
Born January 6, 1955 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Rowan Atkinson has been a comic genius for many years, first coming to our screens in "Not the Nine O'Clock News" then appearing in such diverse series as Blackadder and Mr Bean, but few know of his academic ability having become a graduate of both Newcastle University and Oxford University earning a degree in Electrical Engineering.

Now starring as Johnny English in the film Johnny English Rowan Atkinson has an affinity with the character as he has a great love of cars, gadgets, and motor racing.

With his fabulous writing ability and his expert delivery, it is almost certain that Mr Atkinson will be on our screens for many years to come.

Rowan Atkinson is married to Sunetra Sastry, they have two children Lily and Ben.

Rowan Atkinson - Books, Videos & DVD's
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Rowen Atkinson Biography
T his is a fully illustrated, affectionate celebration of Rowon Atkinson's career. He first came to prominence in the late 1970's in the classic comedy serires Not The Nine O'Clock News. His ability to strange mannerisms with a natural acting abiltiy set him up to achieve great success as the darstadly Blackadder. In the 1980's he created Mr Bean, now an international success; in August 1997, a major movie "Bean" will be released. This book traces his career and celebrates the talents and life of a true comic original.

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Rowan Atkinson in Blackadder
Follow the progress of Rowan Atkinson's irredeemably wicked Edmund Blackadder throughout history in this complete box set of all four series--from the snivelling War of the Roses-era creep in the Shakespearean parody that was the first series, to his final and unexpectedly noble demise in the trenches of the First World War in Blackadder Goes Forth. In all four generations Blackadder is accompanied (or should that be hampered?) by his faithful yet terminally stupid servant Baldrick (Tony Robinson); and if that wasn't bad enough he also has to put up with the incompetence, pomposity and one-upmanship of a host of other contemporary hangers-on wonderfully played by regular costars Hugh Laurie, Tim McInnery, Stephen Fry, Miranda Richardson and Rik Mayall.

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