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Richard Ellef Ayoade (born 12 June 1977 in Whipps Cross, London) is an English comedian, actor, writer and director best known for his role as Maurice Moss in The IT Crowd. Ayoade was born an only child to a Norwegian mother, Dagny (née Baassuik), and a Nigerian father, Layide Ade Laditi Ayoade. Ayoade studied at St. Joseph's College in Ipswich, Suffolk and later studied law at St Catharine's College, Cambridge (1995-1998) where he won the Martin Steele Prize for play production and became president of the prestigious Footlights during 1997 -1998. While in Footlights, Ayoade acted in and wrote many shows. He and Footlights vice-president John Oliver wrote two pantomimes together: Sleeping Beauty, and Grimm Fairy Tales. Ayoade acted in both Footlights' 1997 and 1998 touring shows: Emotional Baggage and Between a Rock and a Hard Place (directed by Cal McCrystal). On 8 September 2007 he married the actress Lydia Fox. They live in Gipsy Hill, South London.

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Richard Ayoade

Born 1977-06-12 (42 years ago) in Hammersmith, London, England.
Height 188 centimeters.

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
British Academy Television Award for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme (The IT Crowd) 2014 British Academy Television Awards 2014 The IT Crowd
British Independent Film Award for Best Screenplay (Submarine) British Independent Film Awards 2011 2011 Submarine
International Emmy Award for Comedy (The IT Crowd) 2008 International Emmy Awards 2008 The IT Crowd
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
British Academy Television Award for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme (The IT Crowd) 2014 British Academy Television Awards 2014 The IT Crowd
BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer (Submarine) 65th British Academy Film Awards 2012 Submarine
British Independent Film Award Douglas Hickox Award (Directorial Debut) (Submarine) British Independent Film Awards 2011 2011 Submarine
British Independent Film Award for Best Screenplay (Submarine) British Independent Film Awards 2011 2011 Submarine
International Emmy Award for Comedy (The IT Crowd) 2008 International Emmy Awards 2008 The IT Crowd
Relationships
Name From To Relationship type
Lydia Fox(Gifta: 2007-09-08–) 2007-09-08 Gifta
Child

Esmé Bibi Ayoade

Parents

Layide Ade Laditi Ayoade, Dagny Baassuik Ayoade

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Richard Ellef Ayoade (born 12 June 1977 in Whipps Cross, London) is an English comedian, actor, writer and director best known for his role as Maurice Moss in The IT Crowd.

Ayoade was born an only child to a Norwegian mother, Dagny (née Baassuik), and a Nigerian father, Layide Ade Laditi Ayoade. Ayoade studied at St. Joseph's College in Ipswich, Suffolk and later studied law at St Catharine's College, Cambridge (1995-1998) where he won the Martin Steele Prize for play production and became president of the prestigious Footlights during 1997 -1998.

While in Footlights, Ayoade acted in and wrote many shows. He and Footlights vice-president John Oliver wrote two pantomimes together: Sleeping Beauty, and Grimm Fairy Tales. Ayoade acted in both Footlights' 1997 and 1998 touring shows: Emotional Baggage and Between a Rock and a Hard Place (directed by Cal McCrystal).

On 8 September 2007 he married the actress Lydia Fox. They live in Gipsy Hill, South London.

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