Alex Lowe is one of the most recognisable faces on British television. His credits have ranged from early outings in Grange Hill to memorable turns in comedies like Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights and House of Fools. As a huge fan of British comedy and television, I can’t count the number of times that he’s made appearances in influential favourites of mine. For Lowe, credits don’t end with his ubiquitous televisual roles either. In many ways, they’re merely a beginning.
Lowe is an eclectic talent, who seems able to turn his skills to a wide variety of mediums. He’s written for the stage and screen on numerous occasions, whilst also bolstering his theatre work by performing in such plays as Fatal Attraction.… [continue reading]