Al is a massive Queen fan.
His favourite drink is lager.
He has been filling in for Tim Lovejoy on Virgin Radio since 2006.
He is the drummer in Harry Hill's band Pub Internationale.
He supported Frank Skinner on his world tour in 1992.
He played drums in an alt-metal band called Geyser with Simon Oakes and Adam Wolters.
Al Murray is really a direct descendant of William Makepeace Thackeray.
His favourite colours are red, white and blue.
Al's comedy show, The Pub Landlord -- My Gaff, My Rules, which was performed in 2001 was nominated in 2002 for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Entertainment.
He stands at 6'3" tall.
Al read Modern History at Oxford University, which is where he began performing comedy.
He has played drums since he was nine.
After many nominations, Al finally won The Perrier Award in 1999.
Al: I was a radioman and a repairman. So much of what I learned on the Tidewater has been in daily use here.
Al: Radio has opened many doors, exciting doors, for me.
Al: There are four seasons in Cameron. Football, basketball, baseball and summer vacation. I wasn't a jock. I needed to find something else.