Who is in the cast of Prince Andrew: The Musical on Channel 4?

A NEW Channel 4 production tells the story of Prince Andrew’s downfall.

Featuring key events, relationships and controversies in Andrew’s life, here’s who you can expect to see on your screens for the upcoming musical TONIGHT (December 29).

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Prince Andrew: The Musical features well-known British comedians[/caption]

Who is in the cast of Prince Andrew: The Musical on Channel 4?

Kieran Hodgson plays Prince Andrew

Prince Andrew: The Musical was co-written by Kieran Hodgson

Kieran Hodgson is a British comedian, actor and writer.

He is perhaps best known for his role on the television sitcom Two Doors Down as Gordon.

Speaking to The Times about starring in the satirical musical, he said: ‘I’m extremely nervous.

“I’m actually more nervous about it than anything I’ve done before.”

Emma Sidi as Emily Maitlis

Who is in the cast of Prince Andrew: The Musical on Channel 4?
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Emma Sidi as Emily Maitlis.[/caption]

Emma Sidi is an actress, actress and writer for radio, stage and cinema.

Her TV credits include Stath Lets Flats, Drunk History, King Gary, Ghosts, and Starstruck with real-life roommate Rose Matafeo.

In July 2021 she appeared as Natalie, secretary to former Prime Minister Henry Tobin, in the BBC radio comedy Party’s Over.

Munya Chawawa plays Prince Charles (as then)

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Munya Chawawa[/caption]

Chawawa rose to fame during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020 for the parody sketches he created.

Since making a name for himself, Munya has appeared on BBC One’s Celebrity Masterchef and Sky One’s Dating No Filter, has written and presented Channel 4’s Complaints Welcome and executive produced YouTube Original’s Race Around Britain.

He even hosted the prestigious MOBO Awards for YouTube and BBC One.

Jenny Bede as Sarah Ferguson

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Jenny Bede is an award-winning comedian[/caption]

Jenny Bede is an award-winning actress and writer from London.

She is known for The World’s End (2013), Murder in Successville (2015) and Blue Iguana (2018).

She wrote her own pilot for BBC3 called Jenny Bede: AAA and wrote and presented Mad on Chelsea on E4 – the sister show to Bafta-winning Made in Chelsea.

Joe Wilkinson plays a newsboy

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Comedian Joe Wilkinson to appear in Channel 4 sitcom[/caption]

Joe Wilkinson is a British comedian born and raised in Kent.

He began his acting career in 2004 and supported Alan Carr and Russell Howard on tour.

He has since made regular appearances on 8 out of 10 Cats since 2011 before continuing to appear on the spin-off show, 8 out of 10 Cats does a countdown.

Harry Enfield plays Tony Blair

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Harry Enfield will play former Prime Minister Tony Blair[/caption]

Henry Richard Enfield is an English comedian, actor, writer and director.

He is known for his work on television, including the Harry Enfield TV program and Harry & Paul.

He is also known for creating and portraying comedy characters such as Kevin the Teenager and Loadsamoney.

Baga Chipz plays Margaret Thatcher

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Baga Chipz plays former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the sitcom[/caption]

Baga Chipz has become a household name thanks to her appearance on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.

In 2021 she appeared on an episode of Brassic and appeared in Ackley Bridge in 2022 playing Rusty Pipez.

She has also appeared on Pointless Celebrities, X Factor: Celebrity and Channel 4’s The Big Fat Quiz Of The Year.

When is Prince Andrew: The Musical on Channel 4?

Prince Andrew: The Musical airs on Channel 4 on December 29.

It lasts just over an hour, starting at 9 p.m. and ending at 10:05 p.m.

Fear not if you miss it as it will become available on All 4 once aired.

Who is in the cast of Prince Andrew: The Musical on Channel 4? – News 24