Sean Kelly from Storage Hunters is making his UK live comedy debut at Brighton Comedy Festival this autumn.
The show will take place at 7.30pm on 17 October at the Corn Exchange.
This year’s Brighton Comedy Festival will feature 70 performances across 16 days at the Dome, Komedia and The Old Market.
Other acts will include Dara O Briain, Ed Byrne, Lee Nelson, One Man Breaking Bad, Nina Conti, John Lloyd, Tommy Tiernan, Jason Byrne, Rob Beckett, Festival of the Spoken Nerd, Hardeep Singh Kohli, James Acaster, Nish Kumar, Joe Lycett, Beardyman, Alfie Moore, Fred MacAuley and The Thinking Drinkers Club.
We caught up with Sean to find out what he likes to watch to relax between shows…
TV show that reminds you of your childhood:
“Hogan’s Heroes every time I hear the theme song it reminds me of being a kid. I loved how much they made fun of the Germans.
“Little did I know later in life I would be in the Army stationed in Germany as German Linguist working for Military Intelligence. Sometimes I wonder if Hogan’s Heroes influenced my decision to follow that path.”
TV show that reminds you of being a teenager:
“Married with Children. To this day Ed O’Neil still cracks me up, but now on Modern Family. I loved the dumb humour and dysfunctional family led by Al Bundy and his wife Peggy. And of course I loved Kelly Bundy (Christina Applegate).”
Favourite TV show to cheer you up:
“Curb Your Enthusiasm. Larry David is such a loveable idiot that gets himself into all kinds of uncomfortable situations with his mouth. He reminds me of me!”
Favourite TV show to watch before going to sleep:
“Seth MacFarlene is a comedic genius. The outrageous things he has his characters say and do crack me up.”
Favourite “guilty pleasure” TV show:
“Storage Hunters UK. I know it’s weird to watch your own show and I do cringe seeing myself, but it’s fun to hear all the crazy crap I’ve said and had forgotten I said it.”
TV show that you find most addictive:
“I watch way too much Big Bang Theory.”
Axed TV show that you most wish would return:
“Alan Partridge. It never aired in America, but UK friend gave me the DVD for Christmas several years ago and I loved it so much, I would invite friends over and make them watch it with me. I love his character.”
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