Michael Fenton Stevens

Michael Fenton Stevens

About Michael Fenton Stevens

Michael Fenton Stevens (born 12 February 1958 in London), added the 'Fenton' (his wife's name) when he became an actor and is sometimes mistakenly credited as Michael Fenton-Stevens. He is a UK actor and comedian, a founder member of The Hee Bee Gee Bees and the voice behind the Spitting Image 1986 number 1 hit 'The Chicken Song'. He also starred in KYTV, and its Radio 4 predecessor, Radio Active. Fenton Stevens featured in regular roles as Hank in the 1996 series The Legacy of Reginald Perrin, and as Ralph in Andy Hamilton's 2003 television sitcom Trevor's World of Sport, as well as in the Radio 4 version of the latter which was broadcast in 2004.

Contributions by Michaelfentonstevens, Monkeyharrison, and Chris rabbit.