He’s an impressionist, a magician, he sings, he’s a musician (he’s plays the violin, mandolin, piano and guitar!) In fact he’s been called the complete entertainer. And on top of all that, he’s pretty funny too.
As one of the stars of the BBC 80s sketch show ‘Three Of Kind,’ David Copperfield (real name Stanley Barlow) shared the small screen with comic legends Lenny Henry and Tracey Ullman.
Born and raised in Yorkshire, Copperfield began his professional career performing in various cabaret venues until his big break in TV earned him appearances on Wogan, Cliff and Friends, and his own shows ‘Coppers & Co’ and ‘Copperfield Comedy Company.’