Hugh Dennis’ Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Hugh Dennis Shoe Size

Biography

Check out Hugh Dennis’ shoe size and other body statistics!

Actor and comedian who is on the satirical comedy shows Mock the Week and The Now Show. He is also known for his role as Pete Brockman on the BBC One sitcom Outnumbered.

He attended University College School in London, where he played rugby with Will Self and was head boy his final year. He later read geography as an exhibitioner at St John’s College, Cambridge after attending the University College School in London.

He received a BAFTA nomination in the comedy category for the 2009 Christmas special of his show Outnumbered, which was a semi-improvised sitcom based around family life.

He had two children, Meg and Freddie, with his second wife Catherine Anderson, whom he separated with in 2015. He was previously married to Miranda Carroll from 1987-1993.

He is a fan of George Carlin.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body Measurements
Height185 cm, 6′1″ (feet & inches)
WeightN/A
Shoe Size (US)N/A
Body ShapeN/A

Quotes

I like doing live stand-up because that’s where I started. If you do TV and radio you just send it out into the ether and you never find out if people like it or not. To go out and make an audience laugh is nice.

Hugh Dennis

I travelled across Canada on the Canadian Pacific Railway when I was 18. I didnt realise how long the journey was – four days – and I didnt buy enough food. All I had was four slabs of Philadelphia cream cheese and some biscuits.

Hugh Dennis

I cut the cord for my son, which was a tremendous pleasure, though Ive never eaten calamari since.

Hugh Dennis

I dont run much on roads any more but instead stick to the trails around where I live in West Sussex. Im surrounded by hills and so love doing long loops over the South Downs. Give me mud, puddles, flinty paths and nettles any day.

Hugh Dennis

I love the whole mess of family life. I love having the focus elsewhere and worrying about the kids as opposed to myself. I love both the chaos and the structure that family brings.

Hugh Dennis

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