John Gibb Marshall born on 11 January 1953 in Largs. He is a citizen of United Kingdom. John Sessions was educated at McMaster University, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, University of Wales and Bedford Modern School. He died on 2 November 2020 in London from a myocardial infarction at age 67 years, 9 months.
He was a British comedian.
John Sessions has worked as an actor, comedian, film actor, stage actor and television actor.
He is also known as John Gibb Marshall.
Sessions died of a heart attack at his South London home on 2 November 2020, aged 67. The day after he died, Danny Baker described him as "terrific company and always a true talent". The team behind the BBC television programme QI praised his "incredible wit and encyclopedic knowledge played a huge part in the show's history."