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Christopher Morris (born September 5, 1965 in Bristol, England) is an English satirical comedian, writer, director, producer, actor and radio DJ.

Morris began his career in radio before moving into television. He found fame in the nineties fronting the spoof current affairs shows The Day Today and Brass Eye. Morris is known for often highly controversial yet intelligent comedy, which has brought praise and criticism in equal measure. He is reluctant to discuss his work or appear in public.

A typical work is "Sex for Houses."

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