Steve Furst, comedian, actor and lampooner of celebrity culture, collects together the 100 worst Britons of the year in this hilarious compendium.
Steve Furst has worked with celebrities throughout his brilliant career as a comedian, actor and comic writer. He is much loved by many, probably loathed by some. But who better than Steve to make an annual reckoning of the 100 not-so- Great Britons, the stars and the ‘slebs’ who have, for one reason or another, made our lives just that little bit more annoying.
With a glittering awards ceremony to be held in central London in the first week of December, this book is the most hilarious
antidote to Hello! celebrity-fever, and the perfect little stocking filler for this Christmas.
Steve Furst is a seasoned comedian, actor and writer. He is
probably best known for his character in Little Britain and as the inept but eager assistant in the Orange Cinema campaign
- alongside Spike Lee, Carrie Fisher and John Cleese; but to many Steve comes into his own as Lenny Beige, the self-styled
‘king of cabaret’.
“Celebrity, don’t you just love it? I know I do. Though to be fair, despite my insatiable appetite for the A, B, C and Z-list, I don’t reckon I could eat a whole one. Not so Steve Furst (aka Lenny Beige), who chews them up and spits them out with ferocious dexterity.” – Metro
“Laughs aplenty” – The Stage
“[Steve Furst has penned] truly splendid creations, with enough
major personality defects to fill a psychiatric ward.” – Chortle
“Fun in a Spinal Tappish way.” – Evening Standard