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RICH FULCHER is an American comedian, writer and improviser, dividing his time between Los Angeles and London. Rich started out in Chicago as an improviser and trained at the Second City and IO Chicago.
Having forged a successful career in the UK, Rich is most known for his roles in the BBC comedy series “The Mighty Boosh” and “Snuff Box”. Rich’s recent acting roles in the US have included the movie “High Road” (directed by Matt Walsh); “Drunk History” (Comedy Central); Children's Hospital (Adult Swim), The Sarah Silverman Program (Comedy Central), and Funny or Die Presents (HBO)
Rich's first book TINY ACTS OF REBELLION - 97 ALMOST LEGAL WAYS TO STICK IT TO THE MAN was published in the UK, US, and Australia, and was subsequently turned into a live stage show which has toured internationally at world-renowned Edinburgh and Melbourne Comedy Festivals.