Flick through the comedy history books and the TV prank show doesn't come off too well.Whether it's Jeremy Beadle wearing a joke shop beard, Dom Joly barking into a jumbo-sized mobile phone or Rio Ferdinand "merking" a baffled celeb bezzie, the whiff of whoopee cushion-clutching staleness is hard to escape. "I think a lot of pranking on TV can be quite lazy," explains the 31-year-old British Iranian actor in his sleepy London drawl. ' My comedy is more character-driven so I certainly wouldn't say I'm the 21st-century Beadle." So far, this approach has served him well.Note that since this document changes occasionally, they may be out of date to varying degrees.The five-dots-in-nine-squares diagram that decorates this document is called a .
However, nobody believed him when he said that the man had one big eye.
Previous identities he has assumed include Jéan Pierré & Alan (pilot episode), Brian Bedonde, Donald Donaldson, Roger Barker, Tarquin the BT engineer & 'Steve with the Bitbobs'.
A distinctly amateurish scam artist from the African Republic of Agdgdgwngo, George attempts to obtain bank and credit card details from the general public by coming up with scarcely-believable stories (for example, in one call he says a pigeon has been discovered in a bank vault, leading to a need for sort codes and bank account numbers so the vault can be opened and the bird freed).
Strange things often happened around Percy, often resulting in him getting into some kind of trouble or getting kicked out of school.
When he was just a baby, Percy was attacked by a snake, but managed to strangle it to death, just like the famous demigod Hercules.