What Movies Did Comic Lee Evans Star In Besides There’s Something About Mary?

Lee Evans is a British comedian and actor known for his energetic physical comedy and observational humor.

Lee Evans was born on February 25, 1964 in Avonmouth, Bristol, England. He is an actor and writer, known for There’s Something About Mary (1998), The Fifth Element (1997) and Mousehunt (1997). He has been married to Heather Nudds since September 22, 1984.

Some of his movies include:

There’s Something about Mary

Released in 1998, The Farrelly Brothers’ first two films, Dumb and Dumber and Kingpin, were outrageous, uncouth, bawdy, and unapologetically lowbrow. Their third film, There’s Something about Mary, is all of those things and one more: hilarious. This romantic comedy tells the story of Ted, who hires a private investigator to track down his high school crush, Mary. The investigator finds Mary, but Ted’s journey to reconnect with her is complicated by a series of mishaps and misunderstandings. I rarely chuckle but I love this film.

Funny Bones

Funny Bones is anything but what the title suggests. As a comedy, this movie is a complete flop, with fewer laughs than the average mindless sitcom. As a drama, it isn’t much more successful. Writer/director Peter Chelsom, who brought us 1992′. This comedy-drama follows the story of a struggling comedian who travels to Blackpool, England in search of his estranged father, who was also a comedian. Along the way, he discovers that he has a natural talent for comedy and begins to find success.

MouseHunt (1997)

This comedy follows two bumbling brothers who inherit an old, dilapidated mansion. When they try to sell the house, they discover that it is infested with mice and must enlist the help of a professional exterminator to get rid of them.

The Fifth Element (1997)

This science fiction action movie is set in the 23rd century and follows the journey of a taxi driver, Korben Dallas, as he tries to save the world from an evil force. Along the way, he teams up with a mysterious woman named Leeloo and a wisecracking alien named Ruby Rhod.

An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (1997)

This satirical comedy follows the misadventures of a director named Alan Smithee, who tries to distance himself from a Hollywood film that he believes is terrible.

The Morning After” (1994)

This mystery-thriller follows the story of a woman who wakes up in a strange bed with no memory of the night before. She soon realizes that she is the prime suspect in a murder case and must try to clear her name before it’s too late.

The Medallion (2003)

In this action-comedy, Evans plays a bumbling police officer who teams up with a Hong Kong detective to track down a stolen medallion that has the power to grant immortality.

The Ladies Man” (2000)

This comedy follows the story of a radio show host who is fired from his job and tries to win back his ex-girlfriend. Evans plays the role of a hapless employee at the radio station.

Lee Evans (now living in Billericay) came out of retirement in 2017 to perform scenes from Shakespeare’s plays in a one-off fundraiser along with Jack Whitehall in the play “Whither Would You Go?” at the Harold Pinter Theatre, London.

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