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A variety of pre-filmed sketches and live performances were included.2009 also saw the release of Lesbian Vampire Killers, a comedy horror film. Anthony Quin writing in The Independent gave the film 1 star out of 5, describing it as woeful and stating that Horne and Corden had "overstretched their appeal" and looked in danger of becoming today's Hale and Pace.It led to a part written especially for him in black comedy Teachers, to some Agatha Christie suspiciousness in ITV’s Miss Marple, and to Gavin and Stacey.With Corden, he’s also co-written a sketch show, co-hosted the 2009 Brit Awards and co-starred in a film.He also appeared in the first series of ITV production Doc Martin.In 2005, Horne appeared in an episode of The Smoking Room, playing Dominic the nephew of Janet who was conducting a psychological study of the employees.
A statement released soon after said that he was exhausted after working 'flat out' for 3 months and it was later revealed that he was suffering from a virus.The programme ran for three series with a Christmas special and received widespread critical acclaim.In 2008, Horne appeared in a modern adaptation of the Three Billy Goats Gruff as part of the BBC's Fairy Tales season.“If you make somebody else funnier,” he continues, “you reap the benefits, because the whole thing is funny.” The Catherine Tate Show thrust Horne into the public eye, after he impressed Tate with his comedy chops at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe as part of a comic duo with actor-writer Bruce Mackinnon, a friend from Manchester University’s drama course.Tate offered him a role in her sketch show in 2004, which proved to be Horne’s gateway into TV-land.
That’s arguably a testament to the 38-year-old actor’s mastery of playing the endearing everyman on screen during his career.