|Pauline Campbell-Jones||Harvey Denton|
As the rest of the League Steve went to Bretton Hall College in Leeds.
His TV appearances includes "Auntie's Inferno", a pilot for a BBC Sitcom. He also played in "Damage Your Children" at the Edinburgh Festival and "Death Warmed Up" at the London Canal Cafe as well as in "The Honeymoon Period" (with Reece Shearsmith) and "Done To Death" (with Mark Gatiss).
As a founder member of the 606 Theatre he produced and starred in "Pantagleize" and "The Honest Whore" and was the assistent director on "The Beggars New Clothes" at the Cockpit Theatre.
Steve wrote articles on "Variety International" and was co-editor on the "Internation Film Guide" (1991 - 2000)
|Birth name:||Steven Pemberton (Pemby)|
|Birthdate:||September, 1 st 1967|
|Marital Status:||Friend Alison|
|Kids:||Lucas (2000), Madeleine (2003) *, Jan 2006 sex and name not yet known *|
* Thanks a lot Tracy for this information.
|Free Jimmy||2006||Mattis (Voice)|
|I Could Never Be Your Woman||2006||Censor|
|Hotel Babylon||2006||F 1.3 / Mr Daniels|
|Riot At The Rite||2005||Critic|
|The League Of Gentelemen's Apocalypse||2005||various characters - go to LOG-site also script|
|The Last Detective - Friends Reunited||2005||Edward Netherton|
|Match Point||2005||DI Parry|
|The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy||2005||Mr. Prosser / Additional Vogon Voices|
|Under The Greenwood Tree||2005||Shiner|
|Churchhill: The Hollywood Years||2004||Chester|
|The Life and Death of Peter Sellers||2004||Harry Secombe|
|Poirot: Death on The Nile||2004||Dr. Bressner|
E 1.1 und 1.2 / Eddie Jackson
|Legend of the lost tribe||2002||Viking 2 (Voice)|
|League of Gentlemen Series 1 - 3 / Live at Drury Lane / Christmas Special||1999 - 2002||various characters - go to LOG-site also script|
|Birthday Girl/Birthday Girl||2001||Duty Sergeant|
|Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased)||2000||
E 1.1-Drop Dead / Sergeant Liddel
|In the Red/Mord auf Sendung||1998||Lawrence Booth-Heath|
|Lenny Goes To Town||1988||
E 1.1-Stoke-on-Trent / unknown
done by dint of imDb
|The League of Gentlemen - Scripts and that||16/10/2003|
|A Local Book for Local People||01/10/2001|
|Variety Almanac||15.05.1996||no cover available|
Steve Pemberton (nick Pemby) was born on September, 1 st 1967 in Blackburn, Lancashire as Steven Pemberton. Since 2002 he's got a son named Lucas. He writes the German parts on League of Gentlemen and was very pleased with someone from Germany coming over. He had heard about the fact, that two series of LoG were broadcast on German telly in a dubbed version. Steve was very kind and likes to talk to his fans. I will remember that for a rather long time.
(Those private information are from 2003. If you know of any changes, please let me know so that I will be able to update it]
|Herr Wolf Lipp||Iain Cashmore (front)|
|Steve and Mark on December, 3 rd 2002 in London|