Howick in 2020
|Born||14 May 1963|
|Alma mater||Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts|
Along with the five other members of the Horrible Histories starring cast, Howick is also the co-creator, -writer and -star of Yonderland, an eight-part family fantasy comedy series that premiered on SkyOne on 10 November 2013. He co-starred with the same troupe in Bill, a BBC-produced comedy film based loosely around the early life of William Shakespeare. Other prominent television roles include Gerard in Peep Show, Gerry in Danny Boyle's Babylon and Anthony in the revival of Reggie Perrin. In addition he has been a regular guest star in various sketch comedies, including The Armstrong and Miller Show and The Kevin Bishop Show. In 2017 he played Aaron Mayford in the ITV thriller Broadchurch. In 2019, Howick starred in the Netflix original series Sex Education as Mr Hendricks, an alcoholic science teacher at Moordale Secondary School who also conducts the Swing Band. Howick is the co-creator, co-writer and co-star of the BBC One sitcom Ghosts which was first broadcast in 2019.
|1997||Armstrong and Miller||Various||Episode: "#2.1"|
|2007||The History of the World Backwards||Various|
|2007–2010||The Armstrong and Miller Show||Various|
|2008||Mutual Friends||Estate Agent||Episode: "#1.3"|
|2008–2009||The Kevin Bishop Show||Various|
|2010||Hounded||The British Prime Minister|
|2010||The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret||Taxi Driver|
|2011||BBC Proms||Various||Prom 20: "Horrible Histories Big Prom Party"|
|2013–2014||The Wrong Mans||Chris|
|2015||Horrible Histories||Various including Napoleon Bonaparte & Winston Churchill|
|2015||Inside No. 9||Thomas Nutter||Episode: "The Trial of Elizabeth Gadge"|
|2015–2017||Scream Street||Mr. Watson|
|2017||Broadchurch||Aaron Mayford||Series 3|
|2017||Journey Beyond Sodor||Hurricane||Voice role|
|2018||Action Team||Graham||6 Episodes|
|2019–present||Sex Education||Colin Hendricks||Recurring role; 13 episodes|
|2019–present||Ghosts||Pat||1 series; 2 upcoming|
- "Sky1 to visit Yonderland". Sky1 website. 13 May 2013. Retrieved 26 July 2013.
- "Stars of Horrible Histories to make Shakespeare film". BBC Media Centre. 22 March 2013. Retrieved 26 July 2013.
- "Broadchurch: Who is new suspect Jim Howick?". Radio Times Website. 20 March 2017. Retrieved 22 March 2017.
- "Three Children's Baftas for Horrible Histories". BBC News. 29 November 2010. Retrieved 11 February 2011.
7.^Jim Howick Birthday tweet to Mat Baynton. @JimHowick. Twitter.com. 18 November, 2019. Retrieved 19 November, 2019.
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