Sean and Beverly finally buried the hatchet over Beverly sleeping with Matt and Sean sleeping with Morning Randolph, but will their relationship be able to survive? And now that Merc is out as head of the network, what will happen to "Pucks," their truly awful sitcom that no one is watching? It's been a rough ride for Sean so far in Tinseltown, but he soldiers on and continues to enjoy the spoils of "success."
Stephen Mangan first found fame as popular fictional character Adrian Mole in the BBC TV series ADRIAN MOLE: The CAPPUCCINO YEARS, followed by womanizing anaesthetist Guy Secretan in the cult series GREEN WING. The hospital-based comedy won a BAFTA® and was named Comedy of The Year at the 1996 British Comedy Awards®.
Since then, his career has spanned film, TV, theatre and radio, working with the best of British and American talent. He starred opposite Nicole Kidman and Ben Chaplin in BIRTHDAY GIRL and his other movie credits include British romantic comedy CONFETTI, BILLY ELLIOTT, BEYOND THE POLE, and RUSH, directed by Ron Howard.
On television, he was among the all-star cast of the classic British comedy I'M ALAN PARTRIDGE. He also appeared in sitcom NATHAN BARLEY; the comedy drama JANE HALL; ITV's Agatha Christie mystery MISS MARPLE: AT BERTRAM'S HOTEL; and the series NEVER BETTER, FREE AGENTS, and DIRK GENTLY.
Mangan has played Tony Blair in THE HUNT FOR TONY BLAIR in Channel 4's THE COMIC BOOK PRESENTS series and has also provided the voice for Postman Pat in POSTMAN PAT: THE MOVIE.
On stage, he was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance as Norman in THE NORMAN CONQUESTS on Broadway, and most recently, he and Matthew Macfadyen starred as Jeeves and Wooster in PERFECT NONSENSE, winning the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy.
Mangan studied at Cambridge University when he gained a Master of Arts in Law, and went on to the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art to train as an actor.