Graham Fellows

Who's this mystery voice?

As well as creating the Shuttleworths, Jilted John, Brian Appleton and Dave Tordoff, Graham David Fellows has earnt his keep by working as a milkman, appearing in various films, radio and TV shows and theatre, both musical and rep ('Lennon' as Paul McCartney, Geoffrey in 'A Taste Of Honey', Willy Russell's 'Stags and Hens' at the Young Vic). In 1960 a picture of the young Graham won the National Baby Welfare Council Photography Competition, and with it a fridge for his mother. He was also a staff songwriter for Chappell Music. He has also appeared in David Thewlis' directorial debut 'Cheeky', as Bernie Lemon, which premiered at the 2003 London Film Festival - and is now available on DVD!

What I see in the mirror:

Graham Fellows to convert Orkney Church

Graham on 'Midweek' with Libby Purves.

A recent 'Times' interview (6/8/05).

Listen to Graham on Jonathan Ross (7/5/05)

'With Great Pleasure' January 2007 on Radio 4.

Read an interview that recently appeared in 'Sound On Sound' magazine.

You can see an alternative CV here - it doesn't include Graham's first job however!

l-r, Robert Wyatt, Graham, Monkey, Rob Ayling


Men Of Oats
Men Of Oats And Creosote b/w Rebecca
1979 single released under Graham's own name.
Going Red?
Going Red?
Some Boys b/w I Tune Kevin's Strings, 1980 single on MCA with Chris Sievey's band The Freshies. Chris Sievey is better known to some as Frank Sidebottom.
Through The Line
Through The Line b/w Sleeping Beauty
1983 single released on Toadstool Records
Love At The Hacienda
Love At The Hacienda
1985 album, on Wicked Frog records. Listen to Denise from Doncaster from the album. Reissued on CD, with bonus tracks, in 2004. Sadly now out of print again!

Radio, TV and film

Morons from Outer Space
Morons from Outer Space
Graham plays Cipher, a Moron guard in this 1985 feature written by Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones.
Bad Penny
Pa in 'Bad Penny' for the CBBC Channel. Two series, 2003 and 2004.
Mayor Crunkhorn in 'Dangerville' for Carlton. One series.
Series One 1996
Series Two 1997
Series Three 1998

(six episodes each)
On Baby Street
Graham plays the character of Ian in this Radio 4 comedy about life and parenthood scripted by Jennie Eclair and Julie Balloo.
Coronation Street
Graham has made two appearances in Coronation Street, on the 1st of January 1979 (left) as a jilted man outside a cinema trying to chat up Gail (as was) Potter, and as Les Charlton (21 June - 14 July 1982) - trying to chat up Gail (as was) Tilsley!
Stage Fright
"Stage Fright" (1997), directed by Steve Box for Aardman Animations, depicts the trauma of a vaudeville dog trainer who's losing his audience to the first movies. Graham provides the voices for this Bafta award-winning animation.
Coogan's Run
Coogan's Run
Graham appears as Clement Woods, owner of the Maxi Club in the 'Thursday Night Fever' episode of Steve Coogan's 1995 BBC series.
Shown on Sky TV, 2000-2001.Graham plays Alan, a St John's Ambulance driver.


Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night
Graham appeared as Sir Andrew Aguecheek in the very favourably reviewed production of Twelfth Night at the Belgrade Theatre Coventry, 13-29 May 1999.
Lennon, Liverpool Everyman, 1981 as Paul McCartney.
'Good Golly Miss Molly', Arts Theatre.

'A Taste Of Honey', Royal Exchange, Manchester, 1989.

'Two', by Jim Cartwright, at the Dukes, Lancaster, 5-27/10/2001:

Various Press Clippings, interviews, more interviews - and Graham's favourite joke!

the artist as a young man....