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Jack Dee is an English stand-up comedian, well-known actor, and writer. He is known for sarcasm and deadpan humor. He is well known in his country for writing and starring in the sitcom Lead Balloon and hosting the panel show I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue. As he has very good career his net worth is not figured out up to now.
Early Life and Education
Jack Dee was born on September 29, 1961, in Bromley, Kent, England. Jack Dee was the youngest one among the three children born to Rosemary A. (nee Stamper) and Geoffrey T. Dee, after Joanna Innes Dee and David Simon Innes Dee. Jack was raised up in Petts Wood before moving with his family to Winchester when he was young. Dee’s father Geoffrey, was a printer and his mother, Rosemary, was the daughter of two unsuccessful repertory actors, Henry Lionel Pope Stamper (1906–1985) and Edna May Howard Innes (1904–1969), the granddaughter of the comedian and actor F. Pope Stamper (1877–1950), and the great-niece of Charles William Stamper, motor engineer to King Edward VII. Dee attended both independent and state schools. Dee first school was The Pilgrims’ School a preparatory school in Winchester and was followed by the state Montgomery of Alamein School for his secondary education, and for a period he attended Frensham Heights School. He graduated A-levels from Peter Symonds College and left with a D and an F grade. Then he planned to attend drama college, but his plans were scuppered when his mother persuaded him to get a vacation, and so he entered the catering industry and became a waiter.
Jack Dee started his career at The Comedy Store in 1986, which he went to one evening after work. Then since the 1990s, he has performed sell-out acts at many high-profile venues (including the London Palladium and the Hammersmith Apollo). In 1991 after he scooped the British Comedy Award for Best Stage Newcomer, Dee was offered his own show; The Jack Dee Show first went out on Channel 4 in February 1992, bringing him to a wider audience. In 1996 he starred alongside Jeremy Hardy in Jack and Jeremy’s Real Lives. Besides this, he has a good career in television series. Dee played the part of Doug Digby in the Grimleys pilot (1997) before the role was recast for the series, and made guest appearances on such programs as Silent Witness, Dalziel and Pascoe and Jonathan Creek. In 2001 Dee won Celebrity Big Brother (then linked to fundraising for Comic Relief). In 2004 alongside Warren Clarke and Dervla Kirwan he played the role of Steven Sharples MP the self-styled 'Deputy Home Secretary’. Later in that same year, he starred in another one-off drama, Tunnel of Love. In 2005, Dee co-hosted Comic Aid, which was a one-off gathering of comedians that aimed to raise money for the Asian Tsunami Appeal. The same year in May he appeared on the “Star in a Reasonably-Priced Car” segment of the BBC Two series Top Gear, achieving a lap time of 1:53.5 (52nd on the Suzuki Liana leader board). In 2005, Dee also starred as Harry in the film Short Order. In 2008, he took part in the 15th anniversary special of Shooting Stars where he replaced Will Self as captain of Team A. In 2010 he took part in Channel 4’s Comedy Gala, a benefit show held in aid of Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, filmed live at the O2 Arena in London on 30 March.
Jack Dee married Susan Jane Hetherington in Winchester, Hampshire in 1989. They met each other when Dee was working as a waiter in Fulham and Susan was a receptionist at a nearby hotel. The couple is blessed with four children.