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Ross Noble (born 5 June 1976) is a British stand-up comedian, born in Cramlington, Northumberland, England. Noble has been performing stand-up since appearing in his local comedy club at the age of 15, despite licensing laws that prohibited him working there and forced him to leave through the kitchen.Noble has become known as an exciting and original performer and has received huge critical acclaim. His distinctive stand-up routine often turns into an improvised and surreal performance based on informal conversation with the audience and a stream of consciousness delivery. He has appeared on many TV shows in Australia such as Network Ten's Rove (Live), The Panel, and the ABC's The Glasshouse and Spicks and Specks; and in the UK on BBC's Johnny Vaughan Tonight and Friday Night with Jonathan Ross. Noble has also made six appearances on BBC 1's Have I Got News for You and makes regular contributions to BBC Radio 4's Just a Minute. He has hosted Radio 4's stand up show 4 At The Store. Noble married an Australian called Fran (short for Francine), and now lives in Melbourne. In January 2006, Ross once again teamed up with Terri Psiakis on Triple J for two weeks of Ross and Terri in the lunch time slot of 12pm - 3pm. During a broadcast, Ross began a myth claiming that George Foreman has missing fingerprints. The myth has since become widespread. This second period on Triple J also saw Ross and Terri founding "Pants Across Australia", during which, 4 pairs of trousers were sent to the north, south, east and west extremities of Australia and then back to Melbourne. In April 2006, Ross was involved in a motorbike accident, and both fractured and dislocated his collarbone. Conveniently he crashed right outside a hospital. Ross performed his shows over the following weeks with his arm in a sling. Tours Dates apply to UK tours * Laser Boy – 1999 * Chickenmaster – 2000 * Slackers Playtime – 2001 * Sonic Waffle – 2002 * Unrealtime – 2003 * Noodlemeister – 2004 * Randomist – 2005 * Fizzy Logic – 2006 Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.