|Born||Ian David Hislop, July 13, 1960, Mumbles, Swansea, Wales|
|Alma mater||Magdalen College, Oxford|
|Occupation||Magazine editor, screenwriter, journalist, comedian, columnist|
|Employer||Pressdram Ltd (Private Eye)|
|Known for||Private Eye, Have I Got News for You|
|Children||2, including William|
The editor of the British magazine Private Eye is a comedian and satirical journalist. On the BBC quiz show Have I Got News for You, he is a team captain.
In 1981, he graduated with a BA from the University of Oxford.
He worked as a screenwriter for the Spitting Image political satire series in the 1980s, and as the editor of Private Eye, he is said to be the most sued man in English legal history.
With his wife Victoria Hislop, he had two children.
Gush, a BBC radio series written in the vein of Novelist Jeffrey Archer, was co-authored by him.
British critics. British satirists. Contributors to Private Eye. British comedians. Those who were educated at Ardingly College. Anglican English. Editor of British magazine
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Latest information about Ian Hislop updated on March 18 2022.