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He made his film debut in 1996, when he appeared in both the Damien Hirst short film Hanging Around and a movie adaptation of Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent.Other early notable movie appearances include Velvet Goldmine, The Avengers, Mystery Men, All The Queen's Men, and The Cat's Meow, n which he played Charlie Chaplin.He followed that up with the shows Glorious and Dress To Kill, which was to prove his breakthrough in America.First performed in 1997, it aired on HBO two years later, winning him two Emmy Awards for performance and writing.In 2015, he starred in the Sony Play Station Network superhero fantasy and crime noir series, Powers. You will have to read this if only to find out what a jazz chicken is.I've been a massive fan ever since he first appeared at the Edinburgh Festival in 1993, before he became the star he now is.He was nominated for the Perrier in 1991, the same year he won a Time Out Comedy Award, and in 1993, he was named top stand-up at the British Comedy Award for Live At The Ambassadors – which was also nominated for an Oliver theatre award.
His latest show, Stripped, began with a 34-city American tour in 2008, before transferring to the West End for a five-week run, ahead of its tour of the UK in late 2009.
His films include Valkyrie, Ocean's Thirteen and Ocean's Twelve, Across the Universe, Mystery Men, Shadow of the Vampire, and The Cat's Meow.
His stage appearances include David Mamet's Raceand The Cryptogram, the title role in Marlowe's Edward II, 900 Oneonta, and A Day in the Death of Joe Egg in London and on Broadway, which garnered him a Tony nomination for Best Actor.
He began as a street performer in the Eighties, having been being kicked off his accountancy course at Sheffield University, and then moved into the stand-up circuit.
His first appearance at The Comedy Store was in 1987.
In 1994, Izzard made his West End drama debut as the lead in David Mamet's The Cryptogram, which was followed by starring roles in David Beaird's black comedy 900 Oneonta and Christopher Marlowe's Edward II.