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British Comedy Awards – Winners revealed

Find out here who won on the big night.

British Comedy Awards

The British Comedy Awards 2013 were held last night at a ceremony in Central London.

Hosted by Jonathan Ross, it saw funny man Jack Whitehall scoop the King of Comedy Award, and Nina Conti winning the Best Female TV Comic.

Lee Mack scooped the Best Male TV Comic, whilst the Best New Comedy Programme went to ITV’s Plebs.

Steve Coogan was honoured with the Outstanding Achievement Award, whilst Will Ferrell won the British Comedy International Award

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Here is a full list of winners:

King/Queen of Comedy
Jack Whitehall – WINNER
Alan Carr
David Mitchell
Graham Norton
Lee Mack
Sarah Millican

Best Comedy Panel Show:
Would I Lie To You – WINNER
8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown
A League of Their Own
Have I Got News For You

Best Comedy Entertainment Programme:
The Graham Norton Show – WINNER
Alan Carr Chatty Man
Saturday Night Takeaway
The Last Leg

Best Sketch Show:
Harry & Paul – WINNER
Horrible Histories
It’s Kevin

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Best Sitcom:
Getting On – WINNER
Bad Education
Count Arthur Strong
Peep Show

Best New Comedy Programme:
Plebs – WINNER
Count Arthur Strong

Best Male TV Comic:
Lee Mack, Would I Lie To You – WINNER
David Mitchell, Would I Lie To You
James Corden, A League of Their Own
Jon Richardson, 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown

Best Female TV Comic:
Nina Conti, Live At The Apollo – WINNER
Miranda Hart, Room 101
Sarah Millican, The Sarah Millican Television Programme
Sue Perkins & Mel Giedroyc, The Great British Bake Off
Best Comedy Entertainment Personality
Alan Carr, Alan Carr: Chatty Man – WINNER
Adam Hills, The Last Leg
Ant & Dec, Saturday Night Takeaway
Graham Norton, The Graham Norton Show

Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist
Adam Hills, The Last Leg – WINNER
Jonny Sweet, Chickens
Steve Delaney, Count Arthur Strong
Tom Basden, Plebs

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Best TV Comedy Actor
Jack Whitehall, Fresh Meat – WINNER
David Mitchell, Peep Show
Greg Davies, Cuckoo
Kevin Eldon, It’s Kevin

Best TV Comedy Actress

Miranda Hart, Miranda – WINNER
Jo Brand, Getting On
Vicki Pepperdine, Getting On
Zawe Ashton, Fresh Meat

British Comedy International Award
Will Ferrell

Outstanding Achievement Award
Steve Coogan

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The Writer’s Guild of Great Britain Award
Paul Whitehouse


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