To celebrate the cast reuniting for a Christmas special this year, Tyger shares five facts you might not know about him.
Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes
BBC One, 6:30pm
Based on the Roald Dahl book of the same name, Revolting Rhymes is a collection of delightful stories that have been turned into an animated two-part series.
It's been three years since Outnumbered was on our screens, but this Christmas brings us a 40-minute special of the BBC One comedy.
It's Boxing Day and the Brockman family have to carry out a special mission for Grandad. They encounter many problems along the way and if the adults can't sort things out the children will have to. Starring Claire Skinner and Hugh Dennis this is sure to be a Christmas favourite. Hugh Dennis has said: "I can't wait to re-join our TV nucleus, and what better place to experience the full joy of family life than stuck in the family car."
The show lampoons the political communication and social media industry, mocking both In and Out EU-referendum campaigners, as well as the Donald Trump media team and the media team at the Kremlin.
Jack Dee and Claire Skinner (Outnumbered) form part of a stellar cast and play part of the pro-Europe ‘Unity Unit’ in Conservative HQ.
Tyger Drew-Honey is an actor and documentary presenter. He is famous for his role as Jake in BBC One's Outnumbered.
He currently stars in BBC sitcom series, Cuckoo as Dylan Thompson.
Here he explains what it takes to become an actor.
If you haven’t heard of Jimmy Mulville, the co-founder and managing director of Hat Trick, you will have heard of his shows.
Have I Got News for You, Father Ted and Outnumbered are among the slew of hits the independent production company has made since Mulville co-founded Hat Trick with his future ex-wife Denise O’Donoghue and Rory McGrath in 1986.