Marc Wootton brand new comedy transformations on BBC Three
Marc Wootton, aka Shirley Ghostman, aka Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards, aka Daniel/Sasha/Simon/Gary in â€˜My New Best Friendâ€™, aka 2007â€™s â€˜the one to watchâ€™, aka Hollywood superstar (well, soon)
Marc Wootton is back on your screens with a hilarious new comedy series that demonstrates just how versatile the man of a thousand (roughly twenty) faces can be.
Meet Paul, the social outcast whose â€˜transformationâ€™ from human to vampire is as demonically underwhelming as an episode of Songs of Praise. Or Ian, the schoolboy whose â€˜what I did this weekendâ€™ class presentations could revitalise the Hammer Horror industry.
Always one to bring education to the masses, Marcâ€™s posh rapper Rufus demonstrates the practical aspects of pimping out your ride (aka Tilly the prized pony) with iced high beams and a sweet sub-woofer, as well as easy-to-use guides for exactly how low wear your chinos when out pimping for hoe action.
And in a new breed of TV nanny programmes, Ozzy presenter of War on Kids practices controversial child-rearing techniques such as â€˜Wet the Bed, Teddyâ€™s Deadâ€™, â€˜One Punch, Eat Your Lunchâ€™ and â€˜If I canâ€™t Tame Ya, Iâ€™m Gonna Have to Maim Ya.â€™
Blending the surreal and the unspeakable with the sublimely insightful, Marc Woottonâ€™s brand new character comedy series embodies an array of truly unique comic creations and presents a gallery of darkly delusional characters in this brand new character comedy series for BBC Three.