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Julian Barratt (Julian Barratt Pettifer) was born on 4 May, 1968 in Leeds, England, is a Comedian, actor, musician, record producer. Discover Julian Barratt’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 52 years old?
|Popular As||Julian Barratt Pettifer|
|Occupation||Comedian, actor, musician, record producer|
|Age||52 years old|
|Born||4 May 1968|
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Julian Barratt Height, Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Julian Barratt Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Julian Barratt worth at the age of 52 years old? Julian Barratt’s income source is mostly from being a successful Comedian. He is from England. We have estimated Julian Barratt’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Comedian|
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Timeline of Julian Barratt
Alongside Fielding, he has starred in Unnatural Acts, Nathan Barley and Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace. Barrett also co-wrote and starred in the 2017 film Mindhorn. He starred in the critically acclaimed Channel 4 black-humour sitcom Flowers.
He plays the title character in the film Mindhorn, which he co-wrote with Simon Farnaby. It was released through Netflix on 12 May 2017.
In April 2016, he starred as Maurice Flowers, a children’s author battling depression, in the Channel 4 series, “Flowers”, a 6 part dark comedy mini series which follows the eccentric and dysfunctional members of the Flowers family. He reprised the role for the second series in 2018.
In 2012, Barratt appeared in the miniseries Treasure Island on Sky1, as well as narrating the BBC Two documentary The Tube. He also had a part as an art teacher in the BBC drama White Heat. In 2013, he appeared in the fifth series of Being Human, playing a werewolf named Larry Chrysler. He also narrated the BBC Two documentaries The Route Masters: Running London’s Roads and The Fifteen Billion Pound Railway. In April 2014, he collaborated with Julia Davis and Joe Frank on Frank’s radio show “Isolation,” which was broadcast as part of KCRW’s UnFictional series.
Barratt made his directing début for Warp Films with theatre director Dan Jemmett. Curtains is set in a Norfolk seaside town. It is a dark comedy about a Punch and Judy man. In 2012, Barratt directed his first music video, for the song “All of Me” by Tanlines. He can be heard as the voiceover on many adverts, such as More Th>n Car, House and Pet insurance, and the Directgov advert. He appeared in the music video for Mint Royale’s “Blue Song”, alongside Noel Fielding, Nick Frost, and Michael Smiley. In 2010, Barratt took part in Sky Comedy’s Little Crackers. He wrote and directed a 15-minute film based on his teen band, Satan’s Hoof. On 12 March 2011, he made a brief appearance as Heathcliff in Noel Fielding’s “Wuthering Heights” dance on the Let’s Dance for Comic Relief finale. He also narrated the 2011 documentary Seven Dwarves.
From 3 June to 9 July 2011, Barratt played the Mayor in a production of Nikolai Gogol’s classic comedy The Government Inspector at the Young Vic Theatre. In October 2012, he returned to the stage in Lucy Kirkwood’s play NSFW at the Royal Court.
Barratt is in a relationship with comedian Julia Davis. Their twin sons, Arthur and Walter, were born on 25 June 2007. In 2010, they performed together in a production of Chekhov’s The Bear for Sky Arts 2. Barratt is known to be shy, quiet, and self-deprecating. Unlike his comedy partner Noel Fielding, he prefers not to appear on comedy quiz shows or make similar public appearances, stating that he would rather “stay at home with a good book”.
Born in Leeds, Barratt was educated at the University of Reading. With Fielding, he established the Mighty Boosh. Together, they produced a 2001 radio series, The Boosh, for BBC Radio London. This was followed by a television series, The Mighty Boosh, comprising three series for BBC 3 from 2004 to 2007. The show generated a cult fan following and won a variety of awards.
Barratt has had parts in other dramas, often alongside his Mighty Boosh partner Noel Fielding. He starred as Dan Ashcroft, a frustrated magazine writer, in the Channel 4 media satire Nathan Barley, and appeared in the surrealistic black comedy series Asylum alongside Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson (who wrote and starred in Spaced). The character of Brian Topp in Spaced was written for Barratt, but eventually went to Mark Heap. Barratt played Jackson, a musician, in How Not to Live Your Life. He starred in the “Freelance Scientist” commercial for Metz alcopop. He appeared as The Padre in the spoof horror series Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace. He also starred in (and was a writer for) the 1998 sketch show Unnatural Acts, alongside Fielding. Before this, Barratt was one half of an experimental comedy duo called “The Pod” with friend Tim Hope, in which they billed themselves as a “Cyberdance Collective”. During this time he also appeared in the 2001 film Lucky Break.
Barratt is an accomplished musician, and played guitar for Little Chief during their European tour. At a young age, he took an interest in “jazz fusion”. At 17, he failed in an attempt to become a jazz guitarist. He was in a band called Groove Solution in the early 1990s with Dave Westlake, and has also played bass with Chris Corner in IAMX.
Julian Barratt Pettifer (born 4 May 1968) is an English comedian, actor, musician, and record producer. As a comedian and comic actor, he is known for his use of surreal humour and black comedy. During the 2000s he was part of The Mighty Boosh comedy troupe alongside comedy partner Noel Fielding.
Barratt was born Julian Barratt Pettifer on 4 May 1968 in Leeds. He attended the University of Reading.