Richard Hammond is the Head of the Secret Service. OK, not the real Secret Service, but a team of highly trained operatives (well, actors and comedians) who are looking for people who need to be pranked, wound up, or tricked into believing something utterly ridiculous whilst being secretly filmed. Secret Service was created by Richard Osman, Nick Samwell-Smith, Catherine Lynch, Andy Rowe and Richard Hammond.
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Richard Hammond's Secret Service - Kelly-Anne Lyons - Netflix
Kelly-Anne Lyons (born 17 March 1985) is an American actress, television presenter, writer and model. Lyons' breakthrough role was as the female lead, Kelly-Anne Manhattan, in the BBC comedy Dick and Dom's Funny Business. Before this, Lyons played the title role in Chelsey: OMG!, produced by British comedy and entertainment company Channel X. She is known for her characters in hidden camera sketch shows such as ITV1’s “Fool Britannia” with Dom Joly and BBC1’s “Richard Hammond’s Secret Service”, as well as MTV’s “Flash Prank”, Channel 5 (UK) ’s “Secret Interview”, and National Geographic’s “Ape Man”. She plays news anchor “Felicity Bond” in the BAFTA nominated BBC comedy “DNN” and “Tess” in BBC’s sitcom “Badults”.
Richard Hammond's Secret Service - Early life - Netflix
Born 17 March 1985 in New Jersey, USA, Lyons' family moved to Winston-Salem, North Carolina when she was five. She went on to study on scholarship at the North Carolina School of the Arts. Her family returned to New Jersey before she reached her teens, living in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. Lyons studied at Ridge High School, New Jersey, from 1999 to 2003. While attending university Lyons trained at the Weist Barron School for Film & TV. She graduated from Marymount Manhattan College, New York City with a B.A. (Hons) in Psychology.
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