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|Born||September 1, 1979|
London, United Kingdom
|Other names||The Urban Cowboy|
|Years active||2004 – present|
Neg Dupree ( // NEJ; born London, England ) is a British comedian, writer and actor, best known for his act "Neg's Urban Sports" on the British television show Balls of Steel . Dupree has also appeared on shows such as Footballers' Wives , EastEnders , and The Bill .
Neg's Urban Sports are widely regarded as the most controversial and most popular act in Balls of Steel. Neg's antics have earned a cult worldwide following.The entrance music for Neg is "Sound of da Police" by KRS-One. While performing the "Urban Sports", he often shouts "Whoop Whoop!". People have mistaken this as coming from the same song. However, it is Neg's own "catchphrase" from many years back, and in some episodes, Neg entered to the song "I Predict a Riot" by Kaiser Chiefs. At the beginning of each clip, "Monstertruckdriver" by T.Raumschmiere and "A Fistful of Dollars" by Ennio Morricone are played.
|2004||Experimental (Radar TV)|
|2005||Mike Bassett: Manager|
|2005||The Greatest TV Wind-Up Moments|
|2005||Balls of Steel (Series 1)|
|2005 – 2006||EastEnders|
|2005 – 2006||The Bill|
|2006||Footballers' Wives: Extra Time|
|2007||Balls of Steel (Series 2)|
|2008||Balls of Steel (Series 3)|
|2008||The Kevin Bishop Show|
|2008||The Wrong Door|
|2008||My Zinc Bed|
|2009||Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel|
|2009||The Tomb Robbbery Papyrus: Notes Of A Past|
|2009||20 to 1 Pranks and Pranksters (Aus) (Urban Sports featured)|
|2010 - 2011||The Neg Project USA|
|2011 - 2012||Balls of Steel (Australia)|
|2015 - 2016||Sam Delaney's News Thing|
|2016||Betty White's Off Their Rockers|
|2018-2019||Neg's Origins The Movie|
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