Early life. In 2009, he appeared briefly in the film Sherlock Holmes as a waiter. In October 2011, he again appeared in Mock the Week. [1][2], In September 2015, Jupp replaced Sandi Toksvig as the host of The News Quiz on BBC Radio 4. He is an actor and writer, known for Johnny English Reborn (2011), Sherlock Holmes (2009) and The Legend of Tarzan (2016). He featured in the 2014 World War II film, The Monuments Men, as British officer Major Fielding. This became the basis of the book Fibber in the Heat.[12]. Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. [17], Jupp first appeared as a contestant on BBC Radio 4's The News Quiz on April 2012 (Series 77; Episode 1). If you've binged every available episode of the hit Disney Plus series, then we've got three picks to keep you entertained. She became a Deputy Editor of Newsnight in 2013, shortly after Ian Katz became its Editor. [11] Following this role he appeared in BBC Scotland's comedy Gary: Tank Commander as Captain Fanshaw. Jupp had a cameo role in Johnny English Reborn in 2011, as an employee of MI7. She attended Orleans Park School, Richmond upon Thames College (both in Twickenham), Kings College, Cambridge (where she read social and political sciences) and Columbia University (where she studied for an MA in public administration). In January 2011, Jupp was a team member with Goldie, and team captain Phill Jupitus on the music quiz Never Mind The Buzzcocks. He began his career as a stand-up comedian, before playing the role of the inventor Archie in the British children's television series Balamory. Jupp has also appeared several times on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. Miles Hugh Barrett Jupp (born 8 September 1979) is an English comedian and actor. He claimed to have bluffed his way onto an England cricket tour to India, as the cricket correspondent for BBC Scotland, and the Western Mail during his appearance on Celebrity Mastermind, and again in an appearance on Test Match Special in 2011. [22] They have five children.

In 2018, Jupp made guest appearances as Basil, an incompetent lawyer, in the television drama by ITV, The Durrells. Rachel Jupp (born 1977) is a British television news and current affairs producer. Jupp won So You Think You're Funny?, Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year in 2001, and was a Perrier Award "Best Newcomer" nominee in 2003, for his show Gentlemen Prefer Brogues.

He has also appeared on comedy panel shows, played John Duggan in The Thick of It and Nigel in the sitcom Rev. Jupp was raised in Twickenham.

He is married to the Labour MP Helen Hayes. Tall and handsome Miles Jupp is an English comedian as well as an actor who is active in the entertainment field since 1999. He appeared in the film Grimsby as a police officer in 2016. He wrote a book about his adventures as a cricket journalist in India: Fibber in the Heat.[9].

They have five children. The show also had a short-lived television version in 2015. She worked as an intern for ITN while resident in the United States. [10] He also had a role in the BBC Scotland comedy programme Live Floor Show, where he played an eccentric, foul mouthed comedian. She became the Editor of the BBC's Panorama current affairs series in September 2016.

In the same year, he also appeared in Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle. (BBC). [1], "Panorama editor Rachel Jupp: people want us to hold power to account", "Newsnight versus Channel 4 News – the stakes just got higher", "Ian Katz announces new appointments at BBC, "BBC1's Panorama to get first female editor in 20 years", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rachel_Jupp&oldid=961941935, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 11 June 2020, at 06:48. Miles is married to a woman called Rachel, whom he met while studying in Edinburgh. Since February 2012, Jupp has hosted three series of a BBC Radio 4 panel show It's Not What You Know, based on his suggestion for a round on It's Your Round.

[3] Her responsibilities included assigning members of the reporting team to prepare the filmed inserts. Jupp was raised in Twickenham. [14] In 2017, he appeared as Hardy in the film Journey's End,[1] and played auction house appraiser Winford Collins in “The Tanganyika Green”, S5:E13 of Father Brown. In 2009, Jupp became host of BBC Radio 7 satirical comedy series Newsjack as well as the host on BBC Radio Scotland comedy quiz show Swots. He also appeared as an under-secretary in the film Made in Dagenham (2010). [19], In March 2008, Jupp performed his third solo show entitled Everyday Rage and Dinner Party Chit Chat, at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden. [5], He was educated at three independent schools: the Hall School in Hampstead, North London, and St George's School in Windsor, and then at Oakham School in Rutland, followed by the University of Edinburgh, where he studied Divinity. In 2007, Jupp appeared fleetingly in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix as a television weatherman, who complained about an incredibly hot drought. [1] Ben, her brother, is Director of Social Finance and was previously head of public services strategy and innovation in the Cabinet Office. A six part fourth series aired on BBC Radio 4 in August and September 2015. Miles Hugh Barrett Jupp (born 8 September 1979) is an English comedian and actor. [6][7][1] During his time at university, he performed with improvised comedy troupe the Improverts, and took part in pantomime productions with the Edinburgh University Theatre Company at Bedlam Theatre.[8]. Miles Jupp was born on September 8, 1979 in London, England. [24], Learn how and when to remove these template messages, reliable, independent, third-party sources, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, The Penny Dreadfuls Present...The Brothers Faversham, "Miles Jupp: 'I'd love to play a Bond villain, "Miles Jupp interview: 'I was deported for being drunk on a plane, "Have you heard the one about the vicar's son, Miles Jupp?

On 27 April 2016, Jupp was announced to voice Blackberry in the forthcoming adaptation of Watership Down. However, while creating a programme for BBC Radio 4 he discovered his roots are actually in Sussex. In October 2016, Jupp appeared as Giles, the chairman of the residents' committee in the sitcom from BBC Three Josh. In 2015, Jupp appeared as a team captain on The Really Welsh Christmas Quiz, alongside fellow comedians Chris Corcoran, Elis James and Omar Hamdi.[13]. In June 2015 he was announced as the new presenter of the show, replacing Sandi Toksvig. He is an actor and writer, known for, The BBC’s Watership Down gets a first trailer, ‘Watership Down’: First Trailer For Netflix & BBC One Animated Rabbit Drama, Celebrity Names with the Letter M: Part 6, A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories, Christmas Special: Codename - Show Stopper, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Flights of Fancy: Pigeons and the British, The Ladybird Books Story: The Bugs That Got Britain Reading, The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice, Miles Jupp: Is The Chap You're Thinking Of, Celebrity Mastermind 2011/2012: Episode 7, The If.comedy Awards: A Comedy Cuts Special. [23] The family moved from Peckham, South London to Monmouthshire, Wales. [2], During 2014, Jupp narrated for the BBC television documentary series, Building Dream Homes. He appeared in Series 4, Episode 4 of the comedy panel game Argumental, which aired on 24 November 2011. In January 2012, he won an episode of Celebrity Mastermind.

To always display TV and movie credits separately, edit your site preferences. Rachel Jupp (born 1977) is a British television news and current affairs producer.