Australian actor-comedian Mark Little is currently reprising his performance in Rob Becker’s solo show Defending the Caveman. The 1991 comedy about gender differences had its West End premiere ten years ago, when it won an Olivier for Best Entertainment. Little first came to the British public's attention as Joe Mangel in Aussie soap Neighbours, which he followed up on UK television with presenting stints on the likes of The Big Breakfast. In addition to his own stand-up shows, Little’s stage credits include Boy George musical Taboo, Safari Party, Love’s Labour’s Lost, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and A Chorus of Disapproval. On film, he’s appeared in Blackball and Evil Angels.
Actor-comedian-presenter Mark Little, who’s currently playing Leigh Bowery in the tour of Boy George’s Taboo, explains why he loves doing one-man shows, discusses his penchant for the absurd & insists that he’s really not Joe Mangel.