Hot on the heels of the hugely popular Peter Kay Live and his award-winning, critically acclaimed Phoenix Nights comes Max & Paddy's Road to Nowhere... This much-anticipated spin-off, co-written by Peter Kay and Patrick McGuinness, is a six-part comedy drama that chronicles the adventures of Phoenix Club bouncers Max and Paddy. This brilliantly observed comedy journey follows the exploits of these two modern outlaws as they escape the club in their prized motorhome and take to the open road, creating havoc across the country.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2004-11-12

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Patrick Joseph “Paddy” McGuinness (born 14 August 1973) is an English comedian, comedy actor, television personality and presenter, best known for his roles within ITV and Channel 4, presenting game shows such as Take Me Out and Benchmark. McGuinness is also well known for his work with Peter Kay, who knew him when he was younger and invited him to appear in his programmes That Peter Kay Thing, Phoenix Nights and Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere, which led to the start of a successful career on Channel 4 and ITV.

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McGuinness made his television debut in 1995 as a contestant for the show God's Gift. He also appeared in the second series of the Sky 1 show The Match. On 15 May 2006, McGuinness hosted Inside Wayne Rooney on Sky 1, a programme where he completed different tasks to see the difference between him and a professional footballer. McGuinness' other television work includes his own Chuck Stryker: The Unknown Stuntman on E4 which he wrote and starred in opposite Jonathan Wrather and a few other familiar faces. McGuinness presented Stars in Their Cars, a series for the Travel Channel in 2016.

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