Alexander Henry Fenwick Armstrong is a well-known figure in the English entertainment industry, having worked as an actor, comedian, singer and presenter on television and radio.
Alexander is a television presenter who has hosted the game show Pointless on BBC One and the game show Countdown on Channel 4. He was also a guest on the morning show aired on Classic FM in the UK.
As a comedian, he also hosts the television show Armstrong and Miller, which is named after the two. Beast, Hunderby, Life Begins and Danger Mouse are just a few of the various television roles he has played. He also lent his voice to the character of Mr. Smith, an alien supercomputer owned by Sarah Jane Smith, on the television series The Sarah Jane Adventures.
After graduating in 1992, Armstrong moved to London with a group of friends to pursue a career in comedy and acting. Whilst looking for employment as an actor he worked in a number of bars and restaurants in north London.
Ben Miller and Alexander Armstrong, two of the funniest people in the world
After overcoming a few obstacles, he was finally able to talk to Ben Miller, who was introduced to him by Jez Butterworth. The next year, 1996, the two appeared as a comedy duo at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, for which they were considered for a Perrier Award.
Alexander Armstrong’s wife, Hannah Bronwen, as well as the events that took place during their marriage
Hannah Bronwen Snow and Alexandra Armstrong tied the knot on August 27, 2003 and the couple have made their home in Oxfordshire ever since.
Alexander Armstrong and his stunning wife Hannah Bronwen
Hannah is a homemaker who takes care of her home and her four children. Esther Walker, a well-known journalist and food blogger, is her famous sister. She herself is a well-known journalist and food blogger. After 11 years of marriage, the couple decided to move their children and themselves to a 25-acre farm near Bledington.
According to stories circulated by The Independent, Alexander announced he had found the leading lady of his life when he was 32 and he thought that year was his best year.
Armstrong was born on March 7, 1970 and will be 52 years old in 2022. For comparison: Armstrong’s wife was born in 1977 and will be 45 in 2022. The age difference between the two people in the relationship is about seven years.
Despite being married to a well-known TV presenter and comedian, she prefers to keep her personal life private. As a result, she hasn’t shared much personal information about herself with other personalities on social media.
The presenter of the BBC game show Pointless. Alexander Armstrong and his partner Hannah are parents to four children
Alexander Armstrong and his wife have been married for 18 years and during that time have welcomed four children into their family.
Alexander Armstrong was accompanied in this photo by his wife and their four sons.
In an interview with The Guardian in 2017, Armstrong explained that being a father is a wonderful experience, but it was a bit of a wake-up call for him when he realized that once he put it on, he couldn’t take it off.
Furthermore, he explained that the reason he does everything is because his family is the most important thing in his life and they are the reason he does everything. He also values his family and does everything to ensure their happiness.
Alexander’s life changed significantly after the birth of his children as he focused solely on his professional endeavors prior to the arrival of his descendants. However, at this point he is aware that one protects the other and that he is able to find a balance in his life.
Who are these Alexander Armstrong sons? Your personal details, including your age and name
Alexander Armstrong is a devoted and loving father to his four young children, and he counts each of them among his greatest achievements.
The couple’s first son is named Rex Armstrong and is around 11 years old. The couple’s second son is named Patrick Armstrong and is 9 years old. The couple’s third son is named Edward Armstrong and is around 8 years old. The couple’s fourth son is named Henry Armstrong and is believed to be around 4 years old.
According to reports published in The Sun, Armstrong has made some suggestions based on his experience as a parent and claims he is an excellent police officer. However, he does have a habit of wagging his index finger and is perhaps a bit preachy about the dangers of spending too much time in front of the TV or using electronic devices. That makes him a slightly annoying cop.
Spending the holidays with his family is a priority for Alexander.
Although the comedian is busy with his TV series, he makes it a point to spend time with his wife and children, especially his children. Armstrong wants to be a loving, caring, and supportive parent so he can serve as a role model for other fathers and become a role model for other fathers.
|1995||bet!||Doctor Watson||itv||Series 8, Show 6
|The thin blue line||Unnamed sir||BBC One||S1E6 “Children Today”
Guest appearance (credited as “Alex Armstrong”)
|1996||Spicy||Lord John Rossendale||itv|
|1998||is it legal||Nick||channel 4||S3E5
|1999||The Great Knights||teller||BBC One||voice only|
|2001||dr Terrible’s House of Horrible||Michael Master||BBC Two||episode 1|
|2002||I have seen you||Peter||itv|
|TLC||dr Stephen Noble||BBC Two|
|2004-2006||life begins||Phil Mei||itv|
|2005||marble||DI Craddock||“A murder is announced”|
|2006||Saxondale||TV host||BBC Two||S1E2
|2007-2011||The Sarah Jane Adventures||Mr. Smith||CBBC||voice only|
|2007||after you left||dr Howard Banks||BBC One||S1E7
|hotel babel||Aiden Spencer||S2E6
|Christmas on the Riviera||Pastor Miles Roger||itv||TV movie|
|2007||To the Born mansion||Adam Fforbes-Hamilton||BBC One||Christmas special
|2008||Doctor Who||Mr. Smith||S4E12 “The Stolen Earth” (voice only)
S4E13 “Journey’s End” (voice only)
|Common friends||Patrick Turner|
|2009||micro men||Clive Sinclair||bbc 4|
|2010||The trial of Tony Blair||DavidCameron||More4|
|Reggie Perrin||David||BBC One||Series 2, 5 episodes
|2011||Doctor Who||Reg Arwell||BBC One||S7EX “The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe”|
|rev||Patrick Jam||BBC Two||One episode|
|2011 – present||Peppa Pig||Captain Daddy Dog/Mr. wolf||Nick Jr./Channel 5||voice only|
|2012||Chop||David Bullingdon MP||channel 4|
|2012-2013||Tinted||professor||SkySports F1||voice only|
|2012||Hundredby||brother Joseph||Sky Atlantic|
|2014||Don’t go outside||Even||BBC One|
|2014 – present||hey duggee||teller||CBeebies||voice only|
|2015-2019||Dangerous mouse||Dangerous mouse||CBBC||Voice only (also voices Danger Mouse in the live stage show at Butlins in 2017)|
|The sound of music live||Max Detweiler||itv||UK adaptation of The sound of music live!|
|2017||Lip Sync Battle UK||Even||channel 5|
|2020||I have 30 years for you||Even||BBC1|
|Michael McIntyre’s wheel||Even||BBC1|
|2021||who wants to be a millionaire||self candidate||itv|
|2003 – present||Do I have news for you?||guest moderator||BBC One||Most frequent guest host to have appeared on the show|
|2006||The best of the worst||moderator||channel 4|
|2009 – present||useless||co-host||BBC Two/BBC One||With Richard Osman|
|2011||The Great British Weather||co-host||BBC One|
|2011-2013||Alexander Armstrong’s big question||moderator||David|
|2013||You look familiar||candidate||itv|
|price island||co-host||With Emma Willis|
|The 12 Christmas Drinks||co-host||BBC Two||With Giles Coren|
|2014||Alexander Armstrong’s Real Ripping Yarns||moderator||bbc 4|
|2015||Frank Sinatra: Our way||co-host||BBC One||One time special offer; with Rochelle Humes|
|Sunday night at the Palladium||moderator||itv||guest presenter; 1 episode|
|Alexander Armstrong in the land of the midnight sun||moderator|
|Rome’s invisible city||moderator||BBC One||One time special offer|
|2016||Bruce’s Hall of Fame||moderator||Substitute presenter for Bruce Forsyth|
|2017||Italy’s invisible cities||co-host||with dr Michael Scott|
|Don’t ask me, ask Britain||moderator||itv|
|Teach my pet to do this||moderator|
|A very royal wedding||moderator||Unique documentary|
|Sheridan||moderator||One time special offer|
|2018-present||The imitation game||moderator||comedy panel show|
|2020||Britain’s most popular Christmas carols||moderator||channel 5||One time special offer|
|2021||The Queen and Her Cousins with Alexander Armstrong||moderator||itv||Unique documentary|
|Iceland with Alexander Armstrong||moderator||channel 5||Three-part documentary series|
|1994||There is no shop…||Tim||With raw sex|
|1999||Plunkett & Macleane||winter burn|
|2001||birthday boy||Robert Mosley|
|2005||match point||Mr Townsende|
|2006||scoop||Unnamed cop||guest appearance|
|2010||Booties on Whitehall||Red leader|
|2019||Terrible Stories: The Movie – Rotten Romans||Catus Decianus|