YOU’VE probably seen him on TV, as this rapper-turned-comedian-turned- actor seems to be popping up all over the show.

Now he is coming to the Palace Theatre, Westcliff, as part of his UK autumn tour.

Doc Brown will raise plenty of laughs with the Weird Way Round at the theatre on September 28, talking of “life, love and lyricism’’ in his own inimitable way.

It comes just after his sell-out UK tour Of Mic And Men and a starring role in hit ITV drama Law and Order. He co-wrote and performed the hit song and YouTube sensation Equality Street, alongside Ricky Gervais.

Alongside TV performances including C4’s The Inbetweeners and Derek, BBC’s Hunted, Rev, Miranda and Russell Howard’s Good News and ITV’s Midsomer Murders, Doc also stars in and writes for the cult CBBC animation Strange Hill High with Richard Ayoade.

Doc created and co-writes the BAFTA-winning Four O’Clock Club on CBBC.

Tickets are £15. Visit for further details.