You’ve seen all the other parts of this series, the first 75 (in no particular order), now have a shower, brush your teeth, trim your pubes down to practically nothing, and enjoy the final 25 on the list.
Nate Bargatze – word on the street is this guy’s been secretly writing jokes for your fave acts for bloody donkey’s years and you didn’t even know it. The ones he does himself are also terrific.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge– sister of Rick, mother of Wayne. Not really. Posher than a dusty leather-bound book about sock stockings, she could be a genius.
Robin Williams – the great tragic clown of our time, it’s difficult to translate just how amazing Good Morning Vietnam Robin Williams was. Cocaine may have played a small part early on.
Rachel Bloom – single-handedly made musical theatre entertaining again, in a way it hadn’t been since Grease 1, Grease 2, Grease 3, or the ill-fated Grease 4: Gettin Greasier (RIP).
James Acaster – we don’t say this lightly, the funniest UK comic currently working, and that includes all the Stuarts and Russells, and ladies and everything.
Pete Holmes – tall, smiley and likeable, which makes him the Lofty from Eastenders of modern American comedy.
Goldie Hawn – back in the olden days (or should that be the GOLDEN days) if you said the name Goldie, this wasn’t a drum’n’bass or Welsh rap situation, it was all about The Hawn.
Simon Pegg – now some sort of John the Baptist sent to convince the world that his weird friend Tom Cruise is actually really cool if you get to know him. Less of him, please. More Spaced Pegg.
Jane Krakowski – the best thing in 30 Rock, which is saying a lot. Also, don’t tell anyone, but we’re going to say exactly the same thing about Alec Baldwin in a minute. So at least one of us appears to be lying here.
Josh has been a writer and journalist for the best part of twenty years and has written for modern staples like FHM and Cosmopolitan and The Daily Telegraph and The Sun. He has also written a small handful of so-so books that you can still buy.