Harry is a BAFTA-winning comedian, actor, writer and director. Along with his co-stars, Kathy Burke and Paul Whitehouse, he was one of the most prominent television comedians throughout the 90s. He first came to public attention when appearing on Channel 4's Saturday Live as several different characters created with Paul Whitehouse. Among these characters were Stavros, a Greek restaurant owner with fractured English; and Loadsamoney, an obnoxious character who constantly boasted about how much money he earned. Loadsamoney spawned a hit single in 1988 and a sell-out live tour. In 1989 Enfield realised a personal project, Norbert Smith - a Life, a spoof on British theatrical knights slumming in the film industry. He also provided voices for the British satirical puppet show Spitting Image, and starred as Dirk Gently in the BBC Radio adaptations of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency and The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul.