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Rob Brydon is famous for unsettling black or bizarre comedy. A Welsh comedian, actor and impressionist, Bob Brydon is noted for as the host of panel quiz Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive.
He is also famous for his role as Keith Barret in the BBC comedy Marion and Geoff and its spin-off The Keith Barret Show.
Brydon has worked with a number of actors and comedians who share the same taste, most notably Steve Coogan. For carrying a unique comedy character and style, Rob Brydon was listed as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy by The Observer in 2003.
Rob Brydon was born on May 03, 1965 in Swansea and raised in Baglan, near Port Talbot. While still at Porthcawl Comprehensive School in Bridgend County, he became a member of the school's youth theatre group. Brydon attended briefly the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in Cardiff but left to join Radio Wales.
He started off his professional career with radio. His early broadcasts were DJing on BBC Radio Wales and Saturday morning shows. Brydons Saturday morning shows were noted for featuring Welsh standup comedian Pete Park-Walker.
Rob Brydon stayed on Radio Wales for six years. He worked there as a main presenter of Rave, and hosted several music programs. In 1995, Brydon made his appearance in numerous episodes of the original Radio Wales version of the cult comedy show called Satellite City.
He shared the stage with Boyd Clack. Though Rob Byrdon stayed with radio as a comedy performer, he was initially known mainly as a voice artist. He provided continuity announcements for BBC 1 as well as several voiceovers for the Discworld computer games.
In the early 1990s, Rob Brydon began to find small roles in several successful television series and films. In 2000, he appeared with Julia Davis in television comedy. The pair wrote and starred in Human Remains for the BBC. In 2006, Brydon first appeared on the BBC Radio 4 comedy panel game I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.
In the program, he showed off an unusually good singing voice which earned him one of the longest rounds of applause in the show's considerable history. Brydon has since returned to the show several times, and has become its unofficial Tom Jones specialist.
Rob Brydon has also on the credits his voice-over works on numerous television advertising campaigns. These may be included Renault, The Times, Tango, Tesco, McDonald's, Abbey National, Toilet Duck, Mint Card, Cahoot, Pot Noodle, The Observer and Crunchy Nut Cornflakes.
Rob also hosted a show at the Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre and presented an episode of Have I Got News for You. He made his appearance in the popular BBC comedy Gavin & Stacey, but now appears occasionally on BBC Radio 4's panel game Just a Minute.
Rob Brydon is a life long Swansea City Fan as well as ambassador for their youth. Brydon has made several appearances on the TV quiz show QI.
In his first appearance, he showed off his talent for mimicry with impressions of James Dean, Alec Guinness, and Michael J. Fox. His most recent work includes his appearances in the 2008 Christmas Special where he gave impressions of Tom Jones and Richard Burton.
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