JAMES CORDEN (Paul Potts) is the Tony Award winning star of 'One Man, Two Guvnors' both at the National
Theatre and on Broadway. He has also starred in productions of 'The History Boys' at the National
Theatre and Broadway, 'A Respectable Wedding' at the Young Vic and 'Martin Guerre' in the
Corden's previous film roles include THE THREE MUSKETEERS, GULLIVER'S TRAVELS, LESBIAN
VAMPIRE KILLERS, TELSTAR, HOW TO LOSE FRIENDS & ALIENATE PEOPLE, WHERE HAVE I BEEN ALL
YOUR LIFE?, PIERREPOINT, STARTER FOR 10, HEARTLANDS, ALL OR NOTHING, WHATEVER HAPPENED
TO HAROLD SMITH?, TWENTY FOUR SEVEN and the reprise of his West End role in the critically
acclaimed film adaptation of THE HISTORY BOYS. In 2012 he also completed CAN A SONG SAVE
YOUR LIFE? alongside Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo.
As well as co-creating and co-writing the BAFTA and British Comedy award winning BBC TV series
'Gavin and Stacey', other TV work has included 'Horne and Corden', 'James Corden's World Cup
Live', 'Little Britain', 'Fat Friends', 'Cruise of the Gods', 'Dalziel and Pascoe', 'Judge John Deed',
'Jack and the Beanstalk', 'Teachers', 'Hollyoaks', 'Boyz Limited' and 'The Vicar of Dibley'. He is the
four-time host of The BRIT Awards and is the current host of Sky 1's hugely popular sports quiz 'A
League Of Their Own'. James has also most recently co-created and co-written the BBC series
'The Wrong Mans'.
During his career to date, James has been awarded numerous comedy awards including a
Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award for Comedy Writer of the Year, South Bank Show Award
for Comedy, Tric Award for Best Comedy, National Television Award in 2010 for Best
Comedy and of course, most recently, the prestigious Tony Award for 'One Man, Two Guvnors'.