Archive for April, 2013

On 9th April, 2013 it was announced by the BBC that the next season of the only uncontested show to make it to the Bunker, Death In Paradise, would be the last for Ben Miller. The next season will be the third season (to air in 2014), after which the lead role will be taken over by Kris Marshall, who will play DI Humphrey Goodman…

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To this we say a resounding ‘NO’!

Our current plans including holding a wake for the death of Death In Paradise during the screening of the last Ben Miller episode. It’s not that we have anything against Kris Marshall furthering his career, we just don’t want Ben Miller to leave DIP.


NB: The title Death In Paradise included in the Heavens Of The Final 10 will ONLY be the Ben Miller episodes from season 1-3.

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Ben seems to be rather relaxed about the whole thing….


Since November 2011 Ben has appeared in stage production The Ladykillers at the Gielgud Theatre (London) playing Louis Harvey


Ben Miller as seen in Moving Wallpaper, about a television producer, Jonathan Pope, trying to hold together an assortment of neurotic writers and actors through the production of a TV show named Echo Beach, while simultaneously fighting off his bitchy boss.

Razzle Dazzle: A Journey into Dance


In this Australian mockumentary Ben Miller portrays Mr. Jonathon, a dance teacher and choreographer who is preparing a group of students to take part in the Sanosafe Troupe Spectacular, a major regional competition for pre-teen dancers.

Ben Miller starred in The Worst Week of My Life, a British comedy series. Season 1 was shown in March – April 2004, season 2 shown in November – December 2006 which was then followed by a 3 part Christmas Special (aptly titled The Worst Christmas of My Life).


The Worst Week Of My Life also stars Alison Steadman, who from 2007 to 2010 appeared in the comedy Gavin & Stacey as Pamela (pronounced as Pam-ah-lar)

Remember Johnny English? That’s ok, neither do I! But guess who starred alongside Rowan Atkinson? That’s right, our very own favourite

Ben Miller!

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Ben Miller, as seen in the British comedy The Parole Officer in 2001

Still on our catch up of BMW’s, today is a photo of Ben Miller with Danny John-Jules (aka CAT, aka Dwayne) recently taken at the┬áThe Comic Relief special Pointless.


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