Alan Roger Davies is an English stand-up comedian, writer and actor. Alan Davies was born on 6 March 1966 in Loughton, Essex, while his childhood period was spent in Chingford. At the age of six, Davies’ mother passed away owing to disease- leukaemia and he was later brought up by his father.
Alan Davies has performed the title role in the BBC mystery drama series named Jonathan Creek from year 1997, and he is a permanent panellist on the panel show of BBC named QI from year 2003.
Davies started doing stand-up comedy in initially in year 1988 at the Whitstable Labour Club and correspondingly in year 1991, he was entitled Time Out’s Best Young Comic. As a part of his career, Davies continued touring and acting in Australia as well as UK and he was bestowed with the Edinburgh Festival Critics Award for Comedy in year 1994. The corresponding show was launched in year 1995 as Alan Davies Live at the Lyric logged at the Lyric Theatre of the Fringe season in year 1994.
A new version of his show named ‘Urban Trauma’, which operated to the Duchess Theatre in the West End, explored Australia and UK, was broadcasted on BBC One in year 1998.
In year 2012, Alan Davies scheduled a new tour named “Life is Pain” in his acting career. The relevant title for this show originated from a story he listened regarding a six-year-old girl being instructed by her mother and retorting “Life is pain”.
Glancing on his personal life, Alan Davies got married to a writer named Katie Maskell in year 2007 and they both first met backstage at QI in year 2005.
Education: Alan Davies appeared Staples Road School in Loughton and was personally educated at the self-governing Bancroft’s School located in Woodford Green, where he received eight O-Levels. After that, Davies joined Loughton College of Further Education where he attained four additional O-Levels as well as two A-Levels (Communications & Theatre Studies). Alan Davies gained graduation degree in Drama & Theatre Studies from the University of Kent in year 1988, and was bestowed with an Honorary Doctorate by that university in year 2003. Though Davies had an early passion to involve himself in acting and comedy, he completed his graduation as a part o complete education.
Alan Davies Net Worth in year 2017 is approximately $5.4 Million US Dollars
The estimated total net worth of Alan Davies is around $5.4 million US dollars in year 2017. The total net worth and income of Alan Davies have been assessed from his acting as different roles in numerous films, comedy career, his brand endorsements, business deals, social causes, etc.
Alan Davies Assets
It is known that if one wants to cheer Alan Davies up, simply mention cars to him. Doing so, instantly Davies’ mood lifts as he returns to millions from TV shows such as QI.
Davies’ father bought him his first motor, which was a second-hand car named Mini 1275GT.
Alan Davies Business Model
Alan Davies is a supporter of the Labour Party and he stated that, social injustice is vital to him as life isn’t regarding every man for himself and it must be about collaboration and co-operation.
In year 2007, it was reported by The Times and Daily Telegraph that Alan Davies bit the ear of a homeless person. Davies also paid £30,000 as a part of a charity auction to buy the original Big Brother House diary room chair, making him a well-known business model.
Alan Davies’s first book, the autobiographical named My Favourite People and Me, in period-1978-88 was published by Michael Joseph in year 2009. The book highlights Arsenal F.C., the football team maintained by Davies; he remembers as a kid his mother sewing their club badge and commander’s number onto his shirt, completed only a year before she expired.
Recently in year 2016, Alan Davies performed in Title-Damned as role of Al in channel 1 series. According to Alan Davies, Stephen Fry left QI as ‘the BBC’s budget cuts abandon him exhausted.
The name of Alan Davies is regarded as an experienced and best actor, comedian in the industry. Right from his early age, Davies had appearance in many TV series and films captivating the attention of audience.