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In 2006, Clark set up a monthly comedy night called Clark's. It became a firm favourite among audiences and comics alike.
He is best known for playing Don Danbury on the BBC Three sitcom How Not to Live Your Life, which he also wrote, co-produced, and sometimes directed.The show, about three recently single friends, also featured comedian Brett Goldstein and reunited Clark with one of his How Not To Live Your Life co-stars, Daniel Taylor.On 25 March 2011, Clark began his first full national tour with a stand-up show entitled Dan Clark Live! The Guardian said, "Clark is that of a rare combination − a great gagsmith and actor, and the result is a stand-up show that is both strong on jokes and drama." In May 2012, Clark put together a band and performed the show These Songs May Contain Jokes at London's Soho Theatre for a week. The show was a huge success and led to Clark taking the show on the road for a mini-tour of eight dates across England and Wales.A full series was commissioned and went out in August 2008.It started with modest viewing figures but grew over the course of three seasons, doubling its viewing figures each series.He did, however, commission a Christmas special, allowing Clark and co to wrap up the series and give the fans a conclusion to the love story which had developed over the three seasons.
Clark wrote every episode of the show (21 in total), co-produced all three seasons, and directed various episodes of the first series. His first television appearance was in a December 1996 episode of Only Fools and Horses, where he played a mugger in the iconic "Batman and Robin" scene.
Its original home, between 2006–2009, was at the Lowdown at The Albany, a fringe venue below The Albany pub on Great Portland Street.
In 2009, it moved to London's famous 100 Club on Oxford Street.
Clark performed alongside fellow comedian Noel Fielding in the E4 series Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy in 2012.
On 28 March 2013, Clark starred in the comedy 30 & Counting as part of Sky Living's Love Matters series.
It was revived for three nights in July 2013 at London's Soho Theatre.