Rowan Atkinson is a well-known comedian and writer, best known for his work in “Mr. Bean", "Mr. Bean" has also been a famous and hit TV series.
Rowan Atkinson starred in the TV series 'Not the Nine O'clock News' and 'Blackadder' early in his career.
Mr. Rowan Atkinson, who plays Bean, is a very cheerful and open-hearted person. As much as he makes people laugh in reel life,
he also has a lot of fun with his friends in real life. He was first noticed in August 1976 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at Oxford Revue.
He also worked in several series for Oxford. At that time there was also an Experimental Theater Club in Oxford called Itstera,
as well as the Wharper Oxford University Dramatic Society. It was at this school that he met writer Richard Curtis and composer Howard Goodall.
He started his acting career in 1978 with the comedy series 'The Atkinson People'. At that time he worked for BBC Radio 3.
The very next year he worked in 'Can Laughter'. In 1979, he worked in television comedy series
In November 2012 it emerged that the character of Mr. Bean had been retired. “What has been most commercially successful for me – childish enough
basically quite physical – I am increasingly going to lose a lot of me,” Atkinson told the Daily Telegraph review. From the fact that the decline begins,