ALEXANDER Armstrong is a much-loved TV presenter interjection to shows such as Don’t Ask Me Ask Britain and Pointless.
But do you know about his music career or his stand-up past? Here’s all you need to know about the multi-talented star…
Who is Alexander Armstrong? What’s his background?
Northumberland-born Alexander Armstrong attended Cambridge University, where he achieved a music scholarship.
After joining an pledge dramatics bar in his final year, his passion for essay comedy emerged.
In 1992, Armstrong changed to London where he met comedy partner Ben Miller.
The span shortly began behaving together and were nominated for the Perrier Award after a show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
How did Alexander Armstrong turn famous?
Following a successful stand-up career, the comedy duo co-starred in Armstrong and Miller from 1997-2001.
The recognition of the show launched both of their careers to new heights.
Alexander was shortly appearing on BBC Radio 4, including segments on The Very World of Milton Jones and bureau sitcom Weak at the Top.
Which shows has Alexander Armstrong presented?
Alexander Armstrong has hosted shows opposite ITV, BBC, Dave and Channel 4.
His many new role is Don’t As Me Ask Britain, a renouned luminary row game-show that invites viewers to play along at home around a mobile phone app.
The inclusive presenter’s many famous plan is ask programme Pointless, which has aired given 2009 and is pronounced to be watched by the Queen.
He has also worked on Prize Island, Alexander Armstrong’s Big Ask, Epic Win and Best of The Worst.
One of Armstrong’s many unchanging appearances is on Have we Got News for You, where he’s been a guest presenter given 2003.
What are Alexander Armstrong’s biggest low-pitched achievements?
Even yet Alexander Armstrong is many famous for his TV roles, not everybody will be wakeful of his well-spoken singing voice.
The horde is a classically lerned baritone and has even expelled his own exemplary music albums.
His entrance compilation, A Year of Songs, surfaced the UK Classical Charts in 2015.
Impressively, Armstrong’s second effort, Upon a Different Shore, climbed to No.8 on the UK Albums Chart.
He has also suggested his plans to write a low-pitched in the future.