Look at Jack Whitehall’s creepy fan art! | The Graham Norton Show – BBC

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Jack Whitehall was obsessed with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson when he was at school. Graham shows a sketch that Jack did of The Rock at that time, as well as some other risqué sketches.

Joining Graham tonight: Hollywood star Keanu Reeves, returning to his greatest sci-fi role in The Matrix Resurrections; Oscar-winning British actor Olivia Colman, talking about her role in the acclaimed real-life murder drama Landscapers; award-winning actor and singer Cynthia Erivo, fresh from her stint as Strictly guest judge; and comedian and actor Jack Whitehall, starring in Clifford the Big Red Dog. With music from Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, who performs his new single Fall in Love Again.

The Graham Norton Show | Series 29 Episode 11 | BBC

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Jack Peter Benedict Whitehall is an English comedian, presenter, actor, and writer. He is best known for starring as JP in the series Fresh Meat and Alfie Wickers in the series Bad Education and its spin-off film The Bad Education Movie. He also co-wrote the latter two.

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