Lee and Dean is a new Channel 4 comedy and here's all you need to know.
Lee and Dean is a brand-new comedy series centring on the lives of Stevenage builders Lee (Miles Chapman) and Dean (Mark O’Sullivan), best buddies since childhood.
The series follows the relationship between Lee, Dean and their friends through charity galas, poetry nights, bark rubbing competitions, prison sentences and shockingly eventful stag and hen weekends. Co-Starring Anna Morris and Camille Ucan alongside established talent including Ricky Grover, Perry Benson, Ramon Tikaram and Tom Bennett, Lee and Dean promises to keep you laughing and crying in equal measure.
Lee and Dean by Bingo Productions is written, produced and directed by new comedy team Mark O’Sullivan, Miles Chapman & Sam Underwood, with the added expertise of executive producer Phil Clarke.
Watch Lee and Dean weekly from Friday 30th March at 10pm on Channel 4, the boxset will be available on All 4 straight after.
Lee and Dean cast
Alongside Lee played by Miles Chapman and Dean played by Mark O’Sullivan, the cast includes Nikki played by Camille Ucan, Mrs (Pippa) Bryce-D’Souza played by Anna Morris, Little Dean played by Sam Underwood, Nightmare played by Eoin McSorley and S**ty Mick played by Mark Sharp.
Joining them are Midnight played by Jason Barnett, Sheets played by Sean Miller, Jonty played by Ramon Tikaram and Alan played by Ricky Grover.
Lee and Dean spoilers
Introducing builders Lee (Miles Chapman) and Dean (Mark O’Sullivan) - brothers from other mothers. Since school they’ve been inseparable… until Lee meets Nikki (Camille Ucan). For the first time Lee seems smitten, and Dean’s nose is put out of joint when she moves into their flat and takes over organizing Lee’s birthday party.
Lee has also been enjoying ‘builder’s perks’ with posh client Mrs. Bryce-D’Souza (Anna Morris), who sees their dalliances as more than client aftercare. When Mrs. Bryce-D’Souza turns up at Lee’s birthday party unannounced, Lee is terrified that she’ll tell Nikki what’s been going on… until Dean steps in to save the day. And when Dean’s dad Terry (Perry Benson) mishears a drunken conversation, he unknowingly forces Lee and Nikki to commit to each other publicly.
Hilarious and heartwarming improvised comedy from writer-performers Mark O’Sullivan, Miles Chapman, Sam Underwood and a talented ensemble cast.
As well as watching on TV weekly, you can watch the full series online via All4.