In 2008, Adrian toured with his Celtic punk band, The Bad Shepherds.
As well as touring with the Bottom stage show in 1993, 1995 and 1997, Ade's other stage roles include:
Brad in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, at the Piccadilly Theatre in London in 1990.
Waiting for Godot, London in 1991.
Narrator for the Carnival of Animals, a Ballet, at Sadlers Wells Theatre, London in 1992.
In 2007, Adrian received an Honorary Degree from Exeter University, along with his wife, Jennifer Saunders.
The first double-act he formed with Rik Mayall was called Twentieth Century Coyote, and they then went on to form The Dangerous Brothers.
Ade has written one novel, The Gobbler, which was published in 1996.
Ade's Agent is Jonathan Altaras Association Ltd.
Ade is 5'11" tall.
Adrian came third in Comic Relief Does Fame Academy 2005.
(speaking in April 2008 about working with Rik Mayall)
Adrian: We might do something in about 10 or 15 years. We always had a plan to be a couple of pensioners and I think that would be quite humorous.
(on why he hasn't finished writing another book).
Adrian: Once a week I get the urge to complete one of the three fictional projects I've unfortunately got going. I take all the games off my computer and swear that I will not play another game until I have finished this or that project. Unfortunately, after 2 or 3 days I stick on another stupid game - I am very good at Civilization 2. I am a sad person...
(on taking care of animals).
Adrian: It's very satisfying looking after the animals - I'm hoping to get some pigs next. I like the thought of getting closer to nature and eating food that's been hand-reared. Deep down we're quite conventional. Jennifer would much rather be a gardener and I'd be much happier if I were a farmer.
(when asked how often he consults his doctor).
Adrian: Having a GP for a friend I consult him quite often. The question I ask him most often is, `another pint'?
(on his partnership with Rik Mayall).
Adrian: I think our individual efforts are quite good, we're quite competent. But we're never really brilliant. But between us - unfortunately, because we really hate each other - there's a sort of something that works. We make something better together than when we do it alone. They are, sort of, extensions of ourselves. We know each other incredibly well. I'll fill in the bits he can't do and he'll fill in the bits I can't do. So it makes one thing, not really two comedians.
(Ade on the "Doctors and Nurses" sitcom).
Adrian: The programme's full of cock-ups in medicine. It's quite dark. It's a strong sausage.
(when asked about playing a straight role in "Holby").
Adrian: Well he's not really that straight! He is quite jokey really, well the writers think he is anyway.