Dave Thompson


Dave Thompson was born in Bristol, England on January 1st, 1960 and is the Comedian. At the age of 63, Dave Thompson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 1, 1960
Place of Birth
Bristol, England
63 years old
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Sit-Down Comedian Janice Brown, who wrote the book Sit-Down Comedy in 2003, is the author of a comedian who wrote the book Sit-Down Comedian. Ebury Press/Random House, 2003.

Before Fame

In 1997, he made news when he was booted from his role as Tinky Winky in Teletubbies after 70 episodes.


Dave the Comedian appeared in Ben Elton's 2000 film Maybe Baby.

Family Life

Some of his relatives are buried in the Bristol Cemetery.

Associated With

Both he and Simon Shelton played Tinkly WInkly.

The cars most likely to be stolen: Motors most targeted by thieves are revealed and they're NOT luxury Ferraris or Porsches - but will YOUR insurance actually pay out?

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 27, 2023
Thefts of Ford vehicles now account for nearly one fifth of UK car insurance claims - followed by Land Rovers, Mercedes, BMWs and Vauxhalls, it has been revealed. Black Land Rovers are the now most commonly stolen vehicles ahead of blue Fords while cars made in 2016 are most likely to be taken, according to Tesco Bank data. And Birmingham has been billed the UK hotspot for car thefts, accounting for 8 per cent of all claims made - followed by London at 7 per cent and Sheffield 6 per cent. Research also found black vehicles are the likeliest colour to be stolen, while most thefts happen overnight between midnight and 7am when many owners are asleep. Analysis by Tesco Bank of its car insurance data found Fords make up 17 per cent of theft claims, ahead of Land Rovers at 11 per cent, then Mercedes at 10 per cent. BMWs and Vauxhalls are joint fourth at 8 per cent, while completing the top ten are Audis in sixth, Volkswagens seventh, Toyotas eighth, Kias ninth and Nissans tenth.

OLIVER HOLT: The Stockport flag that symbolises power of love and devotion that endure beyond death

www.dailymail.co.uk, May 29, 2023
OLIVER HOLT: Sport is sometimes at its most powerful at its perimeter, away from the action on the field or the track. Some will insist that its hold on our emotions begins and ends with winning and losing but others know that is not true. Sometimes, its power can be defined by a gesture of defiance on an Olympic podium, sometimes by the words of a commentator or the wonder of a child. Sometimes, its beauty can be captured by a tear rolling down a cheek. Sometimes, it can be captured by a flag. I saw the flag with George Thompson's name written across it at Salford City's Peninsula Stadium earlier this month. It had been strung up behind one of the goals before the League Two play-off semi-final first leg between Salford and Stockport County.

Police step up patrols in Leicester amid fears of clashes between Muslims and Hindus

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 23, 2022
Police have stepped up patrols ahead of Sunday's cricket match between India and Pakistan after previous matches saw an outbreak of sectarian violence. There will be a 'high-visibility police presence' in Leicester on Sunday as the match - which is being held in Melbourne, Australia - plays out. At least 60 Muslim and Hindu community members from Leicester, Birmingham and London were arrested on a slew of charges - including public order offences, racially aggravated assault, violent disorder and more - after tensions broke out during matches in August and September. Leicester police seeks to 'ensure all remains calm' during Sunday's sport event and throughout the entirety of the Diwali celebrations. Festivities began Friday and will conclude after Diwali Day tomorrow. Diwali is India's biggest and most important holiday of the year. It includes a festival of lights celebrating the triumphs of 'light over darkness' - or good over evil.