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Antony Gordon Hawksworth, better known as Tony Hawks, is an English comedian and author.
Born in Brighton in 1960,Hawks was educated at Brighton Hove and Sussex Grammar School (1971-6) (became Brighton Hove & Sussex Sixth Form College in 1975) and Brighton College (1976-8).He stated during an appearance on I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue that he briefly attended the University of Manchester.
He first attempted to break into show business as a serious singer-songwriter, but it was with a novelty record that he had his first brush with fame. As leader of the trio Morris Minor and the Majors, he reached number 4 in the UK charts with the Beastie Boys parody, "Stutter Rap (No Sleep Til Bedtime)" in 1988. It went on to sell 220,000 copies, and was number one in Australia. The follow-up, a pastiche of Stock Aitken Waterman called "This Is the Chorus", fared less well.
A TV series followed from this, Morris Minor's Marvellous Motors, written by and starring Hawks. In it the fictional bandleader attempted to maintain his pop career while running a garage. It ran for one series in 1989.
Hawks performs stand-up comedy, and is a regular on TV and radio panel games in the UK, including I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, Just a Minute, The Unbelievable Truth and Have I Got News for You, although he first came to prominence as one of two resident performers " the other was Jo Brand " on semi-successful BBC monologue show The Brain Drain.
He has also appeared in Red Dwarf in a number of supporting roles, on several occasions as a voice artist for intelligent machines. Hawks provided the voice of a vending machine in "Future Echoes" and "Waiting for God" and the voice of a suitcase in "Stasis Leak", and appeared onscreen as The Guide in "Better Than Life", The Compere in "Backwards", and Caligula in "Meltdown". He also provided the voice-over for a restaurant ad in the episode "Me", although this role was uncredited. In the first few seasons of "Red Dwarf," Hawks performed a warm-up act for the live audience before taping began to get them laughing. His continuous presence during the early seasons of the series led to his being nicknamed "The Fifth Dwarfer". More recently he has appeared in the television series Grumpy Old Men and a contestant on the BBC quiz show School's Out.