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January 24, 1959 (65)

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Jim Moir, known by his stage name Vic Reeves, is a comedian, actor, and writer, is a singular force in British entertainment. Gaining prominence through the television show “Vic Reeves Big Night Out,” he solidified his reputation as a unique and versatile performer.

Vic’s body of work is as eclectic as it is entertaining. His notable television appearances extend from the absurdist “Shooting Stars,” a comedy panel game show, to his role as a judge on the art competition series “The Big Art Trip.” On the silver screen, Vic featured in films such as “Churchill: The Hollywood Years,” blending his characteristic humor into the narrative. As if that weren’t enough, Vic delved into music with the release of the album “I Will Cure You,” featuring the hit cover “Dizzy,” which topped the UK Singles Chart.

Collaborations have been a cornerstone of Vic Reeves’ career. The most significant being his enduring partnership with Bob Mortimer, co-creating hits like “Catterick” and “House of Fools.” Other notable collaborations include Matt Lucas and David Walliams on the sketch show “Rock Profile,” as well as performing with Jonathan Ross and Johnny Vegas in various television projects. The world of music has also welcomed him warmly, as seen in collaborations with James Atkin and Zac Foley of EMF and Miles Hunt and Martin Gilks of The Wonder Stuff. Additionally, he has worked with Will Self, Paul Whitehouse, Charlie Higson, Ulrika Jonsson, Noel Fielding, and Jack Dee, among others.

As for awards and distinctions, Vic’s career has not gone without recognition. He and Bob Mortimer received the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Award for “Shooting Stars.” His long-running partnership with Mortimer was honored with the Aardman Slapstick Visual Comedy Legend Award. Moreover, he received an honorary Doctor of Letters from the University of Teesside.