Personal life

Sean Lock was born on 22nd April, 1963, aged 54, in Surrey, England. He attended John the Baptist School in Surrey. He used to labor at building sites before his career as a comedian began. He also used to work as an office worker for the Department of Health and Social Security. He is an Atheist. He is left handed. He is blessed with three daughters and one son. He is married to Lucy Lock who is a website designer. Sean's star sign is Taurus. He is an English Stand-up Comedian, Television Presenter and Writer. He has an official website with the name, Off the Kerb Productions, where you can see what is going on with his professional life. His new hair look this year is sure to be in talks and in trend. He has videos on Youtube trending too.


His best known show that shows up on channel 4 is 8 out of 10 cats. Lock is a renowned Comedian and an Actor. Stand-up comedy was meant to be his forte, he kick started his career with the same. He was honored with the British Comedy Award (2000) as the Best Live Comic. He was put down for the Perrier Comedy Award. He has written comic content for Bill Bailey and Lee Evans. He was chosen as the most eminent Stand-Up Comedian on Channel 4 in 2007 and 2010.

His prominent genres of comedy are Blue comedy, Cringe comedy, Black comedy, Surreal humor, Observational comedy. He chooses Current events, Pubic interactions and British culture to take up as subjects on comedy. He proudly owns a program on BBC radio 4 called 15 Minutes of Misery, which was later named as 15 Storey's High. Sean owns a show on Channel 4 named TV Heaven, Telly Hell and he is the one hosting and presenting it. He has performed in many comedy Gala shows. He is incredible on Lockipedia Live. He is loved in UK and also travels the world for live shows. You can visit his official website to get updated on his tour dates and shows. Sean Lock has achieved a Net worth of over $2.50 million.

His 8 out of 10 Cats was elected twice for a National TV Award (2006-07). He made an appearance in The Big Fat Quiz of the Year. He appeared on popular British shows including - Have I got news for you, They Think it's all over, and QI. He made an appearance in a program called the Last Leg. He also came forth in a Spoof video. He made an appearance in a Dope Opera on TV. He was an auxiliary in Newman and Baddie in Pieces. He also presented a show Argumental, it's a comedy panel show. He wrote and presented The Great British Sunday. He has won a time out comedy award.

Sean's Timeline

@theseanlock 98,548 followers on Twitter

#seanlock on Instagram, flooded with his pictures.