In 2008, he briefly co-presented a Sunday morning radio show on BBC London with Lesley Joseph.
Biggins is well known for his performances in pantomime. His most famous role is that of “Widow Twankey” in the traditional British pantomime, Aladdin. He has also played “Buttons” in Cinderella.
Biggins did not perform in pantomime in Christmas 2007 however, as he was taking part in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, making this the first time he has not performed in a pantomime for 38 years. Biggins was eventually voted the winner of the show on November 30, 2007. Biggins returned to Pantomime the following year at the Mayflower Theatre, Southampton playing the role of Buttons in Cinderella. Biggins was the winner of the television show Celebrity Come Dine With Me, first shown on Britain’s Channel Four, on 15 February 2009.
Biggins hosts an annual show West End Live in London’s Leicester Square.
In 2009 he played himself as a pantomime director in the BBC Two sitcom, Psychoville. At the Southport Flower Show in August 2009, Biggins launched a new hybrid tea rose called Olivia. Sales of the rose will benefit the Claire House charity. At the end of 2009 he was in pantomime in Plymouth playing Widow Twanky.
In 2010 he was a celebrity guest team captain on What Do Kids Know? along with Rufus Hound, Joe Swash and Sara Cox on Watch.
In 2010, Biggins is to appear as a guest star narrator in The Rocky Horror Show at the *Belfast Grand Opera House (March and April), at the *Sunderland Empire Theatre (June)[dated info], * Southend Cliffs Pavillion (September), *Grand Canal Theater Dublin and also at the *Liverpool Empire Theatre (October).
In 2010 Biggins will star in Wolverhampton’s Pantomime at The Grand Theatre.
In 2010 Biggins played God in the BBC adult puppet comedy Mongrels (TV series).