Michael Atters Attree

Michael Atters Attree

About Michael Atters Attree

Michael 'Atters' Attree (born 22 April 1965, Colchester Military Hospital) is a British satirist, comedy writer, performer, resident of Brighton and comedian. Attree (or 'Atters', as he is widely known) was born to British colonial parents who met in East Africa during the early 1950s. His late father worked as a District Officer in Kenya for Her Majesty's Government during the Mau Mau Uprising. Attree's formative years were spent in Oxford at his Italianate parental home (designed by Sir Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis of Portmeirion and The Prisoner acclaim). He moved to London during the early 1980s and graduated in Fine Art & Film from Saint Martins School of Art (his alumnus contemporaries included the musician Jarvis Cocker).

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