James Murray is an English comedian, and the husband of actress Sarah Parish. He Rose to fame as a member of the comedy group The Tenderloins. The group launched a TV show on TruTV called Impractical Jokers in 2011.
Early Life Of James Murray
Murray was born in Manchester. His great-grandfather, Richard Hollins Murray, invented the reflecting lens in 1927. Murray found initial fame as in ITV’s soap opera Coronation Street (1998) as Sandy Hunter.
Career Of James Myrray
He starred in a series of both film and television pieces, including the comedy series Roger-Roger (1999), legal drama series North Square (2000), mini series Other People’s Children (2000) and Sons & Lovers (2003), a Granada production of The Sittaford Mystery (2006) as Charles Burnaby, a film of the Thomas Hardy story Under the Greenwood Tree (2005) as Dick Dewy, plus earlier films Nailing Vienna (2002) as Peter, All the King’s Men (1999) as Pvt Will Needham, and Phoenix Blue (2001) as Rick. He also found more permanent roles in Channel 4’s 20 Things to Do Before You’re 30 (2003) playing Glen and BBC One’s season four of Cutting It (2005) as Liam Carney.
Murray married his Cutting It co-star Sarah Parish in Hampshire on 15 December 2007, following a two-year romance. On 18 January 2008, it was announced that Sarah was pregnant with their first child. Their daughter was born 5 weeks premature in May 2008 and died in January 2009 aged 8 months due to a congenital heart defect. Their daughter Nell was born 21 November 2009.