Romesh Ranganathan’s Body Measurements, Including Height

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Famous for his frequent appearances on the British comedy television programs Stand Up for the Week, Mock the Week, and Play to the Whistle, he is also notable for his appearances on Funny Valentines and House of Fools. Also a live stand-up comic, he was nominated for a 2013 Edinburgh Comedy Newcomer Award.

Before beginning his comedy career, he taught math and performed a freestyle rap act under the stage name of Ranga.

Apart from his career as a comedy performer, he played a small role in the 2014 German drama film Zeit der Kannibalen.

Born into a Sri Lankan-British family, he spent his early days in Crawley, West Sussex, England. He and his wife, Leesa, became parents to three children, including a son, Charlie, who was born while Ranganathan was performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

He was featured in the first season of the Kevin McHale-hosted comedy quiz show Virtually Famous.

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I worry about my children, actually. I’m trying to give them a decent upbringing but I sometimes worry that that means they’re going to be kind of mediocre adults. Like maybe I should throw them out for a bit and give them some adversity.

David Beckham is always seen as the thickest man on the planet, too daft to complete a jigsaw puzzle. But then you watch old footage of him playing and every time he plays a ball across the field, he’s intuitively working out the trajectory of the ball.

The error that many vegans make is forgetting that our food has novelty value. Non-vegans think our food is awful, but are fascinated by the prospect of something vegan being delicious. They want to disprove it.

When I started doing stand-up, I resigned from my job as a maths teacher and, three days before I was due to leave, my dad passed away.

What I’m like with lack of sleep is that I let the devil in, so if I’m tired the slightest thing will put me into a bad place.

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