Hat Trick For Jack Whitehall As He's Named King Of Comedy Again
Bad Education and Fresh Meat star wins public vote at British Comedy Awards...
Jack Whitehall has extended his reign as the "king of comedy" into a third year.
The stand-up and star of Fresh Meat and Bad Education was revealed at the British Comedy Awards to have won the public vote for the third year on the trot.
He beat Lee Mack, Jo Brand, David Mitchell, Graham Norton and Greg Davies to the coveted accolade.
But Norton didn't go home empty handed, taking the awards for Best Comedy Entertainment Programme and Best Comedy Entertainment Personality in the hard-fought categories.
The IT Crowd star Katherine Parkinson was named Best TV Comedy Actress while Lee Mack won Best Male TV Comic and saw his panel show Would I Lie To You? win its category.
The Inbetweeners 2 won Best Comedy Film and Toast Of London was named Best New Comedy.
Winners in full...
King of Comedy: Jack Whitehall
Best TV Comedy Actor: Harry Enfield
Best TV Comedy Actress: Katherine Parkinson
Best Male TV Comic: Lee Mack
Best Female TV Comic: Aisling Bea
Best Comedy Entertainment Personality: Graham Norton
Best Comedy Film: The Inbetweeners 2
Best International Comedy Programme: Modern Family
Best Sitcom: Moone Boy
Best Sketch Show: Harry And Paul's Story Of The Twos
Best Comedy Panel Show: Would I Lie to You
Best Comedy Drama: Rev
Best Comedy Entertainment Programme: Graham Norton
Best Internet Comedy Programme: Carpark
Best New Comedy: Toast of London
Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist: Nick Helm
The Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award: Brendan O'Carroll, for Mrs Brown's Boys
British Comedy Academy Lifetime Achievement Award: Monty Python