Joe Lycett Biography
|Date of Birth:||1988 , July-5|
|Age:||30 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
|Name||Joe Harry Lycett|
|Birth Name||Joe Harry Lycett|
|Birth Place/City||Hall Green|
|Working For||Movies, TV Shows|
|Education||Manchester University where he studied Drama and English.|
|TV Show||Ibiza Weekender, The big spell|
Twenty-eight years old Joe Lycett is a British performer comedian who is better known for his live and onstage comedy. He has appeared on TV shows like Live At The Apollo, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, 8 Out of 10 Cast etc. Joe also served as the announcer on Saturday BBC One show Epic Win.
Joe Lycett was born on July 5, 1988, in Hall Green, Birmingham, United Kingdom. He belongs to British nationality and has mixed ethnicity as his family’s background originates from Scotland, Germany, and Austria.
Early life and Education
Joe Harry Lycett is the elder of three sons to father Alan Lycett and his wife. He has two younger siblings among them, one sister and one brother. They all live together with their parents in Hall Green. After his graduation, he attended Manchester University where he studied Drama and English.
Joe Lycett began to appear on TV in one or two shows. He has been appearing on shows including Epic Win a game show of BBC1 and, a British TV show. Lycett has seen on television on Live At The Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cast, 8 Out of 10 Cast Does Countdown, Celebrity Juice, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Virtually Famous and Spicks and Specks. He was a regular panelist on the E4 show named Dirty Digest.
Joe Lycett has co-written narration on a TV2 show called The Magaluf Weekender. He featured on Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled Christmas Special with Jason Manford, Jo Joyner, and Rev Richard Coles. He has appeared as a guest on Scott Mills, Greg James, and Nick Grimshaw’s shows on BBC Radio 1 and on Richard Bacon’s show on BBC Radio 5 Live.
Joe Lycett wrote and performed the short story Spooky and the Van that was broadcast in the Afternoon Reading slot on BBC Radio 4 in August 2011. His debut stand-up show Some Lycett Hot was nominated for the Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 2012.
Joe Lycett made his debut on Just a Minute on BBC Radio 4 just later one year. He took over from Miles Jupp as the host of ‘It’s Not What You Know’, also on BBC Radio 4. He is also known as ‘the resident news hound’ on Josh Widdicombe’s XFM radio show that was broadcast on Saturday and later Sunday morning.
Joe Lycett is a bisexual who confessed the fact some years ago. Joe is a good-looking boy with his English charm and decent built.