|Who is it?||Actor, Writer, Producer|
|Birth Day||January 25, 1973|
|Birth Place||London, England, United Kingdom|
|Age||47 YEARS OLD|
|Birth name||Daniel Renton Skinner|
|Medium||Stand up, television|
Born in London, Skinner attended the independent Reed's School in Surrey, and graduated with a BA (Hons) degree in Drama from Middlesex University London (1994–97). His credits include the 24-hour play The Warp with Ken Campbell. After this he started writing and performing comedy regularly with Stephen Evans and Neil Edmond in a Sketch troupe called The Benders.
Skinner has appeared in numerous TV comedies, including Mike Bassett: Manager (ITV1), The Office Christmas specials (BBC1), My Family (BBC1), Yonderland (Sky1) and Coupling (BBC2). He was also a regular Writer and performer on Katy Brand's Big Ass Show for ITV2. He appeared in series 2 of The Armstrong and Miller Show on the BBC in 2009, and the third series in 2010. He also played Reggie's chauffeur in the remake of Reggie Perrin.
In 2010 Skinner took the Epithemiou character on a UK tour titled Angelos Epithemiou & Friends Christmas Show; due to popular demand, venues introduced additional dates throughout December 2010.
In 2012, he starred in his own show, The Angelos Epithemiou Show, on Channel 4. He also appeared as John Meringue in the Reeves and Mortimer quiz show Vic & Bob's Lucky Sexy Winners.
Epithemiou took part in Channel 4's Come Dine with Me on 4 January 2013. He served tinned mushroom soup with white sliced bread for the starter and employing a burger van to cook his main dish. The only dish he cooked was a swiss roll for dessert: however his guests were told to go home halfway through their desserts and had to finish their food in their taxis on the way home.
In 2015, he appeared alongside Katherine Parkinson in BBC sitcom The Kennedys.
He also appears in the 2016 documentary Notes on Blindness as the subject, John M. Hull, in recreations.
In 2018 Skinner appeared in the second episode of series 9 of Not Going Out as a mad man hell bent on revenge.