In 1991 Jack won the British Comedy Award for Best Stage Newcomer and following numerous guest TV appearances and a successful run of Edinburgh shows, he was nominated for the 1991 Perrier Award.
In 1992 came his highly successful Channel 4 series The Jack Dee Show followed by a fourth sell-out UK tour, a sell-out tour of Australia and a second series of his critically acclaimed Channel 4 series The Jack Dee Show. 1995 saw Jack & Jeremy Police 4 and Glamorama (70’s pop quiz).
The Infamous Jack Dee’s Saturday Night (filmed in front of a live audience) was broadcast 1995/1996. During 1996 Jack also starred with Jeremy Hardy in Jack & Jeremy’s Real Lives on Channel 4.
Jack Dee’s Sunday Service came next in 1997, followed by an acting role in The Grimleys and a smattering of the John Smith’s Bitter commercials.
A plethora of accolades include two coveted awards at the 1995 British Comedy Awards and Best Stand-up Comedian at the 1997 British Comedy Awards.
From January to April 1998 Jack performed in a West End play for the first time as Yvan in Yasmina Reza’s award-winning play ‘Art’ going on to take the part of Serge, from November 1998 for 13 weeks. Numerous other projects included roles in The Ambassador, Silent Witness, It’s Only TV… But I Like It (the first series with Jonathan Ross and Julian Clary) and Jack Dee’s Full Mountie.
In April 2000 Jack Dee’s Happy Hour began its first series on BBC ONE to great critical acclaim.
2005 saw Jack embark on one of his biggest tours to date. It was the first time he had toured the UK since 2002 when he played over 100 venues – a tour that spawned the hit video, Jack Dee – Live at the Apollo.