Bang, Bang! It's Reeves and Mortimer continues the anarchic and surreal blend of offbeat comedy that has made the duo so popular. The series is arguably a continuation of The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer, although a number of new characters were added. There's also a spoof fly-on-the-wall documentary about Baron's Night Club – a clear precursor to Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights. The high-voiced Stott brothers who appeared in Vic Reeves Big Night Out, return to terrorise celebrities.

Bang, Bang! It's Reeves and Mortimer - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1999-01-01

Bang, Bang! It's Reeves and Mortimer - Bob Mortimer - Netflix

Robert Renwick “Bob” Mortimer (born 23 May 1959) is an English comedian, podcast presenter, and actor. He is known for his work with Vic Reeves as part of Vic and Bob.

Bang, Bang! It's Reeves and Mortimer - Early life - Netflix

Mortimer's father was a biscuit salesman who died in a car crash when Mortimer was very young, and as a result he and his three brothers were brought up by their mother Eunice in Linthorpe. Mortimer attended Acklam High School on the site of Acklam Hall in Acklam, Middlesbrough. His schoolmates included Ali Brownlee, who would go on to become a sports presenter on BBC Tees. He trialled for local professional football club Middlesbrough, but was not able to take the sport up due to arthritis but still supports them. He left school with three A-levels and went on to study law at the universities of Sussex and Leicester. There, Mortimer became involved in political causes and the punk movement, starting a band called Dog Dirt. After leaving university with an LLM in Welfare Law, Mortimer moved to London and became a solicitor for Southwark Council. He then moved to a private practice.

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