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Steve Nallon has been a writer and performer in the world of comedy for over forty years. Steve began his performing life with his own comedy act on the Northern Working Men’s Club Circuit in Yorkshire back in the 1970s. After gaining a degree in Drama and English at the University of Birmingham, Steve became a founding member of the cult satirical comedy series SPITTING IMAGE, where for over a decade he voiced many of the programme’s most iconic characters, including Margaret Thatcher, Roy Hattersley, Alan Bennett and The Queen Mum.
Steve’s acting work now ranges from theatre, film and television, to video games, puppetry and audio books. As a playwright and comedy writer, Steve has a considerable body of credits to his name, including plays and series for BBC radio, three one-man theatre shows and the satirical book I, MARGARET, which he co-wrote with the novelist Tom Holt.
Over the years, Steve has contributed to numerous periodicals such as THE NEW STATESMAN and MUSICAL STAGES, and is a much sought after speaker on the lecture circuit for his insightful and amusing talks. His critically acclaimed new novel, THE TIME THAT NEVER WAS, the first in THE SWIDGER Time Adventure book series, was released in May 2022.