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Phill Jupitus

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Date of Birth: 1962 , June-25
Birth Nation: United Kingdom

Quick Timeline of Phill Jupitus

1962 Born in Newport, Isle of Wight, England
1979 Joined Department of Health and Social Security
1987 Worked in an album, Kickstarting a Backfiring Nation
2000 Released a stand up comedy DVD Phill Jupitus Live: Quadrophobia
1995 Became the host of BBC GLR
1996 Joined Never Mind the Buzzcocks
2007 Appeared in the play, Waiting for Alice

Detail Timeline of Phill Jupitus

June 25 , 1962

Born in Newport, Isle of Wight, England

Multi talented, Phill Jupitus was born in the early 1960s in Newport, Isle of Wight, England, United Kingdom to Bob and Dot Jupitus. His father is a self-employed surveyor and his is an artist. His nationality is English and he has white ethnicity.

1979

Joined Department of Health and Social Security

At the end of 1970s, he joined a ministry of British government Department of Health and Social Security. During that time, he also worked as a writer in political poetry and drew cartoons. He resigned from DHSS after working there for about five years.

1987

Worked in an album, Kickstarting a Backfiring Nation

After he resigned from DHSS, he began pursuing his musical career. In the mid 1980s, he began working with Anti-Fascist Action and the ranting poetry scene under the name Porky the Poet. In 1987, he worked on the album Kickstarting a Backfiring Nation.

2000

Released a stand up comedy DVD Phill Jupitus Live: Quadrophobia

Phill Jupitus is a standup comedian. He has also established himself as an improv comedian. In 2000, he released a DVD under the title Phill Jupitus Live: Quadrophobia. He has also performed on the track Mr. Apollo. 

1995

Became the host of BBC GLR

He is also known for being a radio personality. In 1995, he joined BBC GLR as the host of its show. He hosted this show for the next five years. In 2002, he also worked on BBC Radio 2 as a stand-in presenter.

1996

Joined Never Mind the Buzzcocks

In the mid 1990s, he worked in the TV show Loose Talk as one of the panelists. He is best known for his appearance on the BBC Two's pop quiz show Never Mind the Buzzcocks. He joined this show as a regular team captain. 

2007

Appeared in the play, Waiting for Alice

He is also famous for being an actor and a writer. In the mid 2007, he appeared in the play Waiting for Alice and this show was premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. At the end of 2009, he appeared in the play Hairspray. 

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Phill is a married man. It is said that he now resides in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex with his lovely wife and daughter. He has an average height. His nationality is English and he has white ethnicity.

Phill received his formal education from a comprehensive school but after he won a scholarship, he joined Woolverstone Hall School near Ipswich. At the end of 1970s, he joined a ministry of British government Department of Health and Social Security. During that time, he also worked as a writer in political poetry and drew cartoons. He resigned from DHSS after working there for about five years and then he began pursuing his musical career. In the mid 1980s, he began working with Anti-Fascist Action and the ranting poetry scene under the name Porky the Poet. In 1987, he worked on the album Kickstarting a Backfiring Nation. In 2000, he released a DVD under the title Phill Jupitus Live: Quadrophobia. In 1995, he joined BBC GLR as the host of its show. In 2002, he also worked on BBC Radio 2 as a stand-in presenter. He is now aged 54 years old. His net worth is unknown.