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James Bachman

James Bachman recording the BBC Radio 4 comedy pilot 'Zoom', 6 May 2008.
Born 24 February 1972 (1972-02-24) (age 37)
Cuckfield, Sussex England
Occupation Comedian, actor, writer
Years active 1997–present

James Bachman (born 24 February 1972 in Cuckfield, Sussex) is an English comedian, actor, and writer.

He has written for many U.K. radio and television programmes, including That Mitchell and Webb Look (2006–7), That Mitchell and Webb Sound (2003–7), Popetown (2005), and Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway (2002–3). He has also appeared in That Mitchell and Webb Look (2006–7), Saxondale (2006–7), The Mighty Boosh (2005), The IT Crowd (2007) and various other television and radio programmes. In the winter of 2006 he toured with David Mitchell and Robert Webb as part of their live show The Two Faces of Mitchell and Webb. In 2007 he appeared as Harry Biscuit in the radio comedy Bleak Expectations, the second series of which was recorded in May 2008.

He has often written and performed with Mark Evans, as well as with Lucy Montgomery and Barunka O'Shaughnessy as part of Population:3.

On 6 May 2008 he and Mark Evans recorded the pilot of their BBC Radio 4 comedy Zoom, starring David Soul, Carla Mendonca and Jon Glover with a special guest appearance by Nicholas Parsons as himself.

He can currently be seen in the CBBC sketch show Sorry, I've Got No Head.

He attended Radley College and Cambridge University, where he was vice-president of Footlights.

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