These paper people are Russell Kane and Joe Swash, created by sally. Russell Kane is an English writer, comedian, actor, and media personality. He has been nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, winning the main prize in August 2010.
In 2004, Kane won the Laughing Horse New Act of The Year, and in 2005 he came second in So You Think You're Funny. He joined Ray Peacock, Russell Howard and Reginald D Hunter on the national Paramount Edinburgh and Beyond tour in October 2005. In November 2005, he filmed the World Comedy Tour in Australia. He was also asked to be the face of one-off live music event Guerrilla Gig which aired on BBC Three in March 2006. He has appeared on various comedy panels, and filmed four other live stand-up performances to date. In July 2006, British terrestrial station Five decided to launch Five US, for which Kane was selected to write and present travelogues. Russell travels every other month to the United States, creating light-hearted pieces on American culture, and interviewing various television and movie actors.
In August 2006, he took his debut comedy show The Theory of Pretension to the Edinburgh Fringe, where he received an Edinburgh Comedy award nomination. In 2006-2007 he appeared in Fakespeare Shortcuts on the UK's Paramount Comedy Channel, also starring his longtime girlfriend Sadie Hasler. He presented Big Brother's Big Mouth on E4 and Channel 4 from 26 June to 29 June 2007. He again toured with The Edinburgh and Beyond Tour in autumn/winter 2007.
He was the host of BBC Radio 2's Out to Lunch from series 4 onwards. He presents a Sunday afternoon show on the relaunched Q Radio digital radio station. In August 2008 he took a stand-up show Gaping Flaws to the Edinburgh festival. It was nominated for the 2008 Edinburgh Comedy Awards. He also took his hour-long play, The Lamentable Tragedie of Yates's Wine Lodge, which transferred for one night to the Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon. It was performed on The Courtyard Theatre's main stage on 31 August 2008.
On 20 November, Kane performed at the Hammersmith Apollo, London, for the BBC's popular comedy programme Live at the Apollo. It was broadcast on 5 December on BBC1, replacing Friday Night with Jonathan Ross. In 2009, he returned to Edinburgh with two new shows one entitled Fakespeare which is a play, and his new Stand up show Human Dressage. His Fakespeare play, a sell-out success, will go on tour in February 2010. Human Dressage saw him nominated for The Edinburgh Comedy Award for the third time, and toured from October 2009 to January 2010.
He appeared on the presenting team of the 2009 ITV2 Show - I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now, a role which he reprised for the 2010 and 2011 edition of the show, which he now co-hosts with Laura Whitmore and Joe Swash. He presented "Freak Like Me" on BBC Three during the winter of 2010. This programme displayed the strange habits of various members of society. He appeared periodically throughout the programme as the narrator and presenter.
In November 2011, he won a Children in Need edition of Mastermind, with the specialist subject 'The Life and Novels of Evelyn Waugh' On 5 July 2011 and 27 March 2012 he presented Geordie Shore: The Reunion for MTV. His debut novel, The Humorist, was published by Simon and Schuster in April 2012. In 2012 he co-presented Britain Unzipped with Greg James on BBC Three. He also presents Live at the Electric on Thursdays on BBC Three.
Joseph Swash is an English presenter and actor. He once played Mickey Miller in the British television soap opera EastEnders. He is the older brother of Shana Swash, who played his on-screen younger sister Demi Miller until July 2006. He also won the TV reality show I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! on 5 December 2008. He reprised his role as Mickey Miller for 2 episodes in order to coincide with his on-screen brother's departure.
Swash studied at Highbury Grove School in Islington, and attended Anna Scher Theatre School on the advice of his mother's friend, actress Linda Robson. Swash attended the school with Natalie Cassidy, James Alexandrou and Brooke Kinsella, with whom he later worked in the soap EastEnders.
When Swash was seven, he made his first TV appearance in an Andrex advertisement, and at the age of eleven he was cast in the movie The Adventures of Pinocchio,as The Fighting boy with Dawn French and Griff Rhys Jones and also co starring along side Jonathan Taylor Thomas Richard Claxton and Correy Carrier his character in it was a small part being one the boys who gets turned into a donkey from going on a Roller Coaster his character is known as Fighting Boy because he gets into a fight with Lampwick over a gun. He made minor appearances in several television series such as Casualty, The South Bank Show, The Bill and Nickelodeon's LOL: Laugh Out Loud. In 2002, Joe Swash appeared as a participant in the ITV documentary Club Reps, and on 8 November 2008 Joe and his family appeared in Family Fortunes. He also appeared with his sister on the CITV Saturday morning show Ministry Of Mayhem.
He was about to give up on the idea of becoming an actor when he won a role in BBC's EastEnders. He was cast as Mickey Miller and made his first appearance in EastEnders in April 2003 as a recurring character. Owing to a positive viewer reception, producer Louise Berridge turned Mickey into a regular character, and his on-screen family arrived a year later, including Mickey's little sister Demi, who was played by Swash's real sister, Shana. His son, Harry Swash, also appeared in the soap as his niece Summer Swann for a minimal period. On 26 February 2008, it was announced that Joe Swash, along with the actor who plays his stepfather, David Spinx, were being written out of EastEnders in a "big explosive storyline". He made his final appearance in July 2008. Since the announcement of his departure, Swash has been critical of the direction producers took with his character. He has blamed his three-month screen absence in 2005 for Mickey becoming little more than "light-relief". However, he has expressed an interest in returning. He later reprised his role of Mickey Miller in early 2011 in order to coincide with his on screen brothers departure from the soap. Swash has expressed an interest in presenting, as well as appearing in "Brit-flicks".
In November 2008 Swash entered the Australian jungle to appear in the British reality television show I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, which he went on to win. Swash subsequently performed as Buttons in the pantomime Cinderella, at the Central Theatre in Chatham, Medway. He also appeared on The Weakest Link twice: once in 2006 and once in 2008 on the EastEnders special. He got voted off on both appearances.
In December 2008, he appeared on The Graham Norton Show, and on the 11th January 2009 he appeared during the "Who Knows The Most About The Guest Host" segment on The Sunday Night Project.
In February 2009, Swash, along with TV presenter Tim Vincent, became the Guinness World Record Holder for throwing the most pancakes to a partner as part of a challenge on Channel 4's The Paul O'Grady Show.
Swash was announced as charity Meningitis UK's patron in April 2009. The disease led to his grandmother Betty's death in 1999. From September 2009, Swash, along with ex-rugby player Austin Healey will be appearing in the new series of Hole In The Wall as a team captain for Series 2.
Joe took part in a celebrity version of TV show Total Wipeout which aired on 26 December 2009, however receiving an injury being forced to quit.
In 2009/2010, Swash, appeared in the pantomime Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs in Bristol. In 2010 he was a team captain on What Do Kids Know? along with Rufus Hound and Sara Cox on Watch. He has also appeared in the celebrity edition of the Cube. He presented the children's show "Gimme A Break" on the CBBC Channel in 2011.
From 2009, Swash has presented spin off series ' I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here, NOW!' alongside Caroline Flack and Russell Kane. In 2011, Flack was replaced by Laura Whitmore.
On 5 March 2011, Swash and Caroline Flack participated in Let's Dance for Comic Relief, dancing to My Humps by The Black Eyed Peas. But they were voted out by the panels vote.
As of 2011, after Flack departed I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now, in order to work on commitments on The Xtra Factor, Swash and Flack have now joined together once more on new ITV2 game-show Minute to Win It and BBC kids-take-control show Gimme A Break.
In October 2011 Swash appeared in an episode of The Real Hustle. Later in November 2011, Swash's new show for CBBC, Driving Academy was aired. On Saturday 12 February 2012 he was a guest in The Magicians. In Spring 2012 he was a panellist on Mad Mad World for ITV.
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