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Bob Mortimer’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Bob Mortimer was born on 23 May, 1959 in Middlesbrough. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Bob Mortimer’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 62 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 23 May 1959
Birthday 23 May
Birthplace Middlesbrough
Nationality British

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Bob Mortimer’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Bob Mortimer is 62 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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2017

On 29 December 2017, Mortimer and Reeves starred in a relaunch and new singular episode of their comedy Big Night Out for the BBC. The show has been remade and subsequently renamed to Vic and Bob’s Big Night Out. The episode remained true to the classic Big Night Out formula and was composed of various comedy songs, skits, characters and sketches. This was the first time the Big Night Out series had featured Mortimer’s name in the title. A full series of Vic and Bob’s Big Night Out began on BBC Four in November 2018.

2015

In October 2015 the pair cancelled the first leg of their live tour, 25 Year of Reeves and Mortimer: The Poignant Moments, after Mortimer underwent an emergency triple heart bypass.

At around the age of 7, Mortimer accidentally burnt down his family’s home with a stray firework. He suffers from rheumatoid arthritis, which gives him great pain when he is stressed, especially before making a television series or embarking on a tour. On those occasions, he controls the illness with steroids. In October 2015, it was revealed that he was recovering from a triple bypass surgery which led to the cancellation of the first leg of the Reeves and Mortimer 25 years tour.

Mortimer married his partner of 22 years, Lisa Matthews, in October 2015. The couple have two children, Harry and Tom.

2013

In November 2013, Reeves and Mortimer filmed episodes of a new BBC sitcom, House of Fools, also featuring Matt Berry (as Beef), Morgana Robinson (as Julie), and Dan Skinner (as Bosh).

2008

On 27 February 2008, Reeves announced that he and Mortimer were working together on a new sitcom about super heroes who get their powers through a malfunctioning telegraph pole.

2007

On 17 November 2007, Mortimer appeared as Reeves’ hairdresser, Carl, in the weekly radio sketch show on BBC Radio 2 entitled Vic Reeves’ House Arrest.

2003

In 2003, Mortimer and Reeves were listed in The Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy. In a 2005 poll to find the Comedians’ Comedian, the duo were voted the 9th greatest comedy act of all time by fellow comedians and comedy insiders.

1999

In 1999, Reeves and Mortimer appeared in a second sketch show called Bang Bang, It’s Reeves and Mortimer. A year later, Mortimer played the part of Jeff Randall in Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased), opposite Reeves as Marty and Emilia Fox as Jeannie Hurst.

1992

The two later created a one-off pilot for a sitcom called The Weekenders in 1992, followed by the sketch show The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer in 1993 and Shooting Stars, a comedy panel show that first aired in December 1993. After being commissioned, Shooting Stars ran for five series between 1995 and 2002, with a special anniversary edition broadcast in December 2008. A sixth series was broadcast in late 2009, followed by a seventh series in mid-2010, and eighth in 2011.

1989

Reeves and Mortimer made their television debut on the short-lived 1989 comedy chat show One Hour with Jonathan Ross, in the game show segment known as knock down ginger.

Later that year, the duo made their first television pilot together, Vic Reeves Big Night Out, in late 1989. The television show remained true to the nightclub act’s variety show format. Mortimer took a 10-week break from his legal job to film the series and never returned.

1988

The show became successful in South London and eventually outgrew Goldsmith’s Tavern, moving in 1988 to the Albany Empire in Deptford. Mortimer soon became an integral part of the performance, providing him with a weekly break from the legal work, which had begun to disillusion him. He once quipped that the final straw was a run in with a mugger who, recognising Mortimer as having represented him legally, promptly stood down and apologised for not recognising him.

1986

In 1986, Mortimer went to the Goldsmith’s Tavern in New Cross, London, to see a new show by a comedian called Vic Reeves. Mortimer was impressed by the performance, particularly the character Tappy Lappy, which was Reeves attempting to tap dance while wearing a Bryan Ferry mask and planks on his feet. Mortimer approached Reeves after the show, and the two began writing material for the next week’s show together. They also became good friends, even forming a band called the Potter’s Wheel. Mortimer began to perform on the show, which was christened Vic Reeves Big Night Out, creating such characters as the Singing Lawyer, Graham Lister, Judge Nutmeg and the Man With the Stick.

1959

Robert Renwick Mortimer (born 23 May 1959) is an English comedian, podcast presenter, and actor. He is known for his work with Vic Reeves as part of their Vic and Bob comedy double act.

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