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Sean Lock Biography | Wiki
Sean Lock was a British stand-up comedian, writer, and actor well-recognized as the first stand-up comedian to perform at Wembley Stadium. He served as the team captain of 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown since 2012.
Sean Lock’s Death | Dead due to Cancer
Lock died from cancer at his home on 18 August 2021, at the age of 58. In 1990, Lock was diagnosed with skin cancer, attributing the condition to overexposure to the sun while working as a builder in the early 1980s. After seeing his doctor, he was referred to a dermatologist at Guy’s Hospital, in London. He made a full recovery. In May 2012 he gave his support to a Sun Awareness event at the hospital.
Sean Lock Age and Birthday
Lock died at the age of 58 years old. He was born on April 22, 1963, in Chertsey, Surrey, England. He celebrated his birthday on April 22 of every year. His zodiac sign was Taurus.
Sean Lock Education
Lock attended St. John the Baptist School located in Woking, Surrey. More information about his educational background is currently under review. READ: Raymond McGuire
Sean Lock Height
Lock stands tall at a height of 6 feet and 0 inches (1.83 m). Details about his weight and other body measurements are currently unavailable.
Sean Lock Family
He was born in Chertsey, Surrey, England, however, details about his family and parents are currently unavailable. Lock was raised alongside three siblings.
Sean Lock Wife
Lock was married to his caring wife Anoushka Nara Giltsofff. Details about the couple’s wedding are not available, however, they are proud parents of three children, two daughters, and a son named Sean.
Sean has revealed that his wife mainly focuses on watching the house and raising their kids due to his demanding career as a comedian. He also said that he often gets into an argument with his wife when he is back from his comedy tour because ‘Anoushka Nara Giltsofff does not know how hard his job is and he has also forgotten how hard her job is. Additionally, Lock had a skin problem of malignant melanoma thus his wife always uses SPF50 cream on the couple’s children when it is hot.
Sean Lock Daughters and Kids
Anoushka Nara Giltsofff and her husband Sean are blessed with three children; two daughters, and a son named after his father Sean. Sean prefers to maintain his personal life private thus details about his kids are not available. Lock’s daughters were born in 2004 and 2006 while his son Sean was born in 2009. RELATED: Alma Wahlberg
Sean Lock Weight Loss
Information regarding Sean’s weight loss and the body weight he maintains is currently not yet available in the public eye. However, we will update once confirmed publicly.
Sean Lock Net Worth
Lock as an accomplished Standup comedian, writer and actor has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 Million as of 2020.
Sean Lock Ill
While working in different professions to make ends meet, Sean developed a malignant melanoma while working as a laborer on building sites. Malignant melanoma is a form of skin cancer illness. However, after seeing doctors, Sean is cured of his illness, nevertheless, doctors believe that had he consulted them later, the disease would probably be incurable.
Sean Lock Comedian | Wikipedia
Before joining the comedy industry, Sean was involved in different professions so that he would be able to make ends meet. He worked as a laborer on building sites and goatherder. Sean developed skin cancer while working as a laborer. He landed his first role in TV in the 1993 sketch comedy series Newman and Baddiel in Pieces. Sean was also a regular cast in “Is It Bill Bailey?” which he consequently appeared with his radio show 15 Minutes of Misery which was broadcast on BBC Radio 4. 15 Minutes of Misery ran between late 1998 and early 1999 before it was reinvented to the series 15 Storeys High. However, the series 15 Storeys High was broadcast on TV after two radio series.
He has also starred in an episode of The World of Lee Evans in 1995 as an escaped murderer. Sean also landed a small role in the British series Top Buzzer and was a regular cast in the 2005 series of the panel game 8 Out of 10 Cats. He also hosted his own show TV Heaven, Telly Hell on Channel 4 in 2006. Sean also appeared in The Big Fat Quiz of the Year, Have I Got News for You, They Think It’s All Over, and QI. He also made a guest appearance in The Last Leg.
Sean participated in Channel 4’s Comedy Gala which was aired live at The O2 Arena in 2010. Sean guest-starred in episode 4 of the BBC series Mandy in 2019. He currently serves as the team captain of 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown since 2012. He has also authored the screenplay for This Filthy Earth.