Synopsis by Hal Erickson
British impressionists John Sessions and Phil Cornwell essayed all the roles on the late-night BBC2 comedy series Stella Street. Each ten-minute episode took place on a small street in the fictional London suburb of Surbiton, where virtually every celebrity in the universe had either opened up a business or showed up on holiday. The Sessions-Cornwell repertoire included everyone from Van Morrison to Princess Margaret, from Mick Jagger to Joe Pesci. Co-written by the two stars and by director Peter Richardson (creator of the legendary Comic Strip improv club), Stella Street first aired in 1997.