Dave is an actor, presenter, writer and voice-over artist. He’s appeared in and written for the cream of British TV and radio comedy, and has one of the most recognisable voices in the business.
Dave wrote two series of Hobby Bobbies and one each of Dave Against The Machine and London Europe. Also co-wrote three series of The Bigger Issues and four series of The Cheese Shop.
Appeared in Mr Muzak, 15 Minute Musical, Another Case of Milton Jones, Stormchasers, Elvenquest and The Music Teacher for BBC Radio 4, to name but a few - also produced two series of Mission Improbable for Top Dog Productions.
Presented 66 episodes of Horrible Histories Gory Games and appeared in 70 episodes of Dangermouse for CBBC. Both are on-going.
Appeared in 18 episodes of Moving Wallpaper for ITV, as well as Miranda, The Tracey Ullman Show, Tracey Breaks the News and every episode of Goodness Gracious Me for BBC TV.
Has just finished commentating on all the games for BBC1’s forthcoming 6-part Sport Relief series And They’re Off!
On stage and big screen
Played the lead role in Ray Cooney’s farce Caught in the Net at The Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End.
His first feature film, Spanish Rock, co-written with Felix Riley, is currently in pre-production.
*The voice* of Come Dine with Me, Channel 4’s multi award winning smash-hit dinner party show, for almost a decade and a half – a lot of the best jokes are his!
" One million Facebook fans have declared that the narrator of Channel 4's Come Dine With Me is a legend. " The Guardian
Latest From Dave Lamb's Blog
Top Dog's second Radio 4 commission finally hits the airwaves later this month. Dave Lamb's self penned sitcom 'Dave Against The Machine' (previously Railings and Spikes) debuts on Radio 4 on Thursday 26th May at 11pm.
The try outs are completed. The scripts are honed. All we need now is an audience. So come and see Top Dog's brand new Radio 4 sitcom Railings and Spikes, written by and starring our very own Dave Lamb.
See Top Dog Productions brand new radio four comedy series Railings and Spikes being worked on, and then eventually recorded! Not only is the series being recorded in front of an audience in its entirety, but it is also being “tried-out” in front of an audience in its entirety beforehand.