About Laurence Rickard
June 14, 1975
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Laurence Carl "Larry" Rickard (born 14 June 1975) is an English actor, writer and comedian. He is best known for his roles in the TV series Horrible Histories (2009-2013), Yonderland (2013-2016), and Ghosts (2019-). He also appeared and co-wrote for the film Bill (2015). He is also one half of the comedy writing/performance duo "Larry and George" with George Sawyer. He has written for numerous UK comedy shows, notably including The Armstrong and Miller Show (2007–2010), The Charlotte Church Show (2006–2008) and The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson (2009–2011), as well as children's programme Me and My Monsters (2010–2011). He is perhaps best known for his role as a principal cast member, lyricist and writer for the award-winning CBBC programme Horrible Histories, in particular for creating and performing the character of 'Special Correspondent' Bob Hale. He has also appeared regularly on the spin-off game show Horrible Histories: Gory Games and in the Horrible Histories BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall. He is also the co-creator, -writer and -star of Yonderland, a family fantasy comedy series that premiered on SkyOne on 10 November 2013. In addition, he is the co-writer of Bill, a BBC-produced comedy film which is based loosely around the early life of William Shakespeare. He is also a writer and performer on Tracey Ullman's Show (2016–2018) and Tracey Breaks the News (2017–2018). He co-wrote and starred in the 2019 BBC sitcom Ghosts. Description above is from the Wikipedia article Laurence Rickard, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.