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Blackadder II (1986) followed the fortunes of one of the descendants of Atkinson's original character, this time in the Elizabethan era.
Atkinson undertook a four-month tour of the UK in 1980.He also appears as the titular character in Maigret (2016).he had already written and performed early sketches for shows in Oxford by the Etceteras – the revue group of the Experimental Theatre Club (ETC), and for the Oxford University Dramatic Society (OUDS), meeting writer Richard Curtis, and composer Howard Goodall, with whom he would continue to collaborate during his career.A recording of the stage performance was subsequently released as Live in Belfast.In 1984, Atkinson appeared in a West End version of the comedy play The Nerd alongside a 10-year-old Christian Bale.Bean appeared on television until 1995, and the character later appeared in a feature film. In 19, Atkinson portrayed Inspector Raymond Fowler in The Thin Blue Line television sitcom written by Ben Elton, which takes place in a police station located in fictitious Gasforth.
Bean (1997) was directed by Mel Smith, Atkinson's colleague in Not the Nine O'Clock News. Atkinson has fronted campaigns for Kronenbourg, Fujifilm, and Give Blood.
Atkinson appeared as the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car on Top Gear in July 2011, driving the Kia Cee'd around the track in .2, placing him at the top of the leaderboard until Matt Le Blanc later recorded a .1 lap time.
Atkinson appeared at the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony in London as Mr.
In addition to his supporting roles, Atkinson has also had success as a leading man. Bean debuted on the big screen with Bean (1997) to international success. Bean's Holiday (2007), also became an international success.
He has also starred in the James Bond parody Johnny English (2003), its sequel, Johnny English Reborn (2011) and it's second upcoming sequel; Johnny English 3 (2018).
Andrews, by riding in a minicab and tripping the front runner. Atkinson's film career began with a supporting part in the 'unofficial' James Bond movie Never Say Never Again (1983) and a leading role in Dead on Time (also 1983) with Nigel Hawthorne.