Ben's brilliant career is detailed on his Wikipedia page - read it in full by clicking here
Some highlights: He read History at University College, Oxford and graduated in 1990. While at university joined The Oxford Revue after watching the Seven Raymonds perform and first met Richard Herring, Stewart Lee and Al Murray, with whom he later collaborated. Moving to London, Moor wrote sketches for Week Ending and Spitting Image and developed his own work. In 1995 he created Elastic Planet for BBC Radio 4 which populated surreal storytelling with real world personalities such as Patrick Mooreand Raymond Baxter. His one-man shows include A Supercollider for the Family, Poppy Day and My Last Week With Modolia.
In 2001 Moor wrote and performed in Three Wishes with Janice Phayre, directed, as many of his shows have been, by Erica Whyman. In 2004 he adapted Black Cocktail, a novella by Jonathan Carroll, and performed it at the Edinburgh Fringe. His play Coelacanth, adapted from the stage one-man show performed at the Edinburgh Fringe of 2005, was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2006. Between 2006 and 2009 he created for BBC Radio 7 three series of Undone, a sci-fi comedy in which he also played the role of Tankerton Slopes.
Moor's journalism work has appeared in newspapers and magazines such as The Guardian, The Observer and The Idler. In 2009, Portobello Book published More Trees to Climb, a book collecting three of Moor's one man shows; Coelacanth, Not Everything Is Significant and A Supercollider for the Family.