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|Born||Robert Brydon Jones
3 May 1965
|Occupation||Actor, comedian, writer, radio and television presenter|
|Television||Marion and Geoff
The Keith Barret Show
Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive
Gavin & Stacey
Would I Lie to You
The Rob Brydon Show
|Spouse(s)||Claire Holland (2006-present, second wife)|
|Children||2 daughters, 3 sons|
|Parents||Howard Jones, Joy (née Brydon)|
Rob Brydon (born Robert Brydon Jones; 3 May 1965) is a BAFTA-nominated Welsh actor, comedian, radio and television presenter, singer and impressionist. He played Uncle Bryn in the sit-com Gavin and Stacey, is the host of panel quiz show Would I Lie to You?, plays a parody of himself in Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive and played Keith Barret in the BBC comedy Marion and Geoff and its spin-off The Keith Barret Show. He also hosts The Rob Brydon Show, a chat show for the BBC. Brydon has worked with a number of comedians and actors, notably Steve Coogan and Julia Davis. In June 2012 Brydon was one of six hosts for The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert in London.
Early life and studies 
Robert Brydon Jones was born on 3 May 1965 in Baglan, Glamorgan (now Neath Port Talbot), Wales. His mother, Joy Jones (née Brydon), was a school teacher, and his father, Howard Jones, was a car dealer. He grew up near Swansea, in Baglan in the town of Port Talbot. with his younger brother Peter (born 1973).
Brydon was educated at two independent schools: St. John's School in Porthcawl, which Eddie Izzard also attended, and Dumbarton House School in Swansea until the age of 14; this was followed by Porthcawl Comprehensive School, where he would meet Ruth Jones (with whom he later worked in Gavin and Stacey), he became a member of the school's youth theatre group. While at Dumbarton he once stole fellow pupil Catherine Zeta-Jones's lunch money (which he admitted while participating in a series-four episode of Would I Lie To You?).
Brydon's career began with radio. His early broadcasts included DJing on BBC Radio Wales, when his Saturday morning shows included contributions from standup comedian Pete Park-Walker. Between 1992 and 1994 on Radio Wales (where he stayed for six years) he was the main presenter of Rave, one of BBC Radio 5's youth magazine and music programmes, with Alan Thompson; which led to the genesis of his Marion and Geoff story.
Though he stayed with radio as a comedy performer on BBC Radio Five Live's The Treatment, Rob also does occasional stints as a stand-in presenter on BBC Radio 2, where he has even stood in for Ken Bruce, one of the people whom he impersonates. On 1 April 2011 he appeared in Ken's place on his show as an April Fools' Day joke.
Voiceover artist 
Brydon was first known nationally as a voice artist. He provided several voices for the Discworld computer games and continuity announcements for BBC 1. He is also known for voice-over work in television advertising, including those for Renault, Tango, The Times, Tesco, Abbey National, Sainsburys, McDonald's, Toilet Duck, Cahoot, Mint Card, Pot Noodle, Domino's Pizza, Crunchy Nut Cornflakes, The Observer and Fairy Liquid. He also voiced the main character, Lewton, in the Discworld computer game Discworld Noir.
Writing breakthrough 
In the early 1990s he spent a brief stint presenting for the Home Shopping Network, and began to find small roles in several successful films and television series. In 2000 he made his mark in television comedy, with two series which he co-wrote and performed in for the BBC: Human Remains, co-written by Julia Davis, and the commercially successful Marion and Geoff.
Since these series Brydon has developed a career path as a character actor, in both comedic and serious roles. He portrayed controversial theatre critic Kenneth Tynan in the BBC Four film Kenneth Tynan: In Praise of Hardcore (2005), opposite Julian Sands as Laurence Olivier.
His character Bryn West in Gavin and Stacey, written by Ruth Jones and James Corden, allowed him to return to his South Wales roots. In this role Brydon performed the 2009 Comic Relief charity single, "(Barry) Islands in the Stream", with Ruth Jones (both actors appearing as their characters from Gavin & Stacey) and singer Tom Jones. It reached No.1 in the UK singles chart on 15 March 2009.
In 2010 Brydon starred alongside Steve Coogan in Michael Winterbottom's partially improvised BBC 2 sitcom The Trip in which both actors played exaggerated versions of their own public personas (Brydon, affable and always ready to slip into an impression, Coogan, grumpy and frustrated not to be the major international star he believes he should be).
Brydon's book Small Man in a Book (the title a play on his "small-man-in-a-box" impression), was published in November 2011.
In 2006 Brydon first appeared on the BBC Radio 4 comedy panel-game I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. His singing voice even earned the unprecedented accolade by the erstwhile host, Humphrey Lyttelton, of being "not bad". When the team went on a tour of non-broadcast stage shows, Brydon filled in as chairman when Lyttelton was in hospital to repair an aortic aneurysm. A message was played to the audience in which Lyttelton commented on his absence. Three days later Lyttelton died in hospital after surgery.
In February 2009, it was announced that Brydon would be one of three people to replace Lyttelton as chairman of the 51st series of I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue (the others being Stephen Fry and Jack Dee). Brydon also appeared as guest panelist in the first two episodes of series 52, chaired by Jack Dee. He returned as a guest panelist in the last two episodes of series 54 in January 2011.
Brydon also narrated a two-part programme on BBC Radio 4, The Pain of Laughter: The Last Days of Kenneth Williams. It explored the latter part of Williams's life, featuring many of the performer's friends and contemporaries. In other radio work Brydon sat in for Ken Bruce on BBC Radio 2 for one day only on 25 August 2008. In addition to this, on 1 April 2011, Brydon impersonated Ken Bruce, for the entire two hour and thirty minute show. He then had the real Ken Bruce at the end of the show reveal the prank. He later tweeted "Well I don't know about you but I thought Ken Bruce was superb today. Much sexier than usual :)"
He has made a number of appearances on the TV comedy quiz QI. In his first appearance (A series, episode 5), his talent for mimicry was displayed with impressions of Sir Alec Guinness, James Dean and Michael J. Fox. In the 2008 Christmas special he also provided impressions of Richard Burton and Sir Tom Jones.
Stand-up comedy 
In 2009/10 Brydon had his first stand-up tour as Rob Brydon (rather than as a differently named character) in the UK. The resulting DVD of the 2009/10 show, Rob Brydon: Live, was released on 23 November 2009. Brydon appeared as a host on episode two of series five of the BBC series of Live at the Apollo.
In 2010 Brydon took part in Channel 4's Comedy Gala, a benefit show in aid of Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital, filmed live at the O2 Arena in London on 30 March. He was one of six comperes for The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert held outside Buckingham Palace on 4 June 2012.
Personal life 
On 6 October 2006 Brydon married Claire Holland, a former producer on The South Bank Show, at Windsor church. They live in Strawberry Hill in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, and have two sons, Tom, born in April 2008, and George, born in June 2011.
Brydon has often been mistaken for comedian Ben Miller (and vice versa). As a reference to it, they dressed in similar outfits and shared a narcissistic kiss in the QI episode "Future".[when?]
Brydon revealed himself to be a fairly devoted fan of Elvis Presley on the "XL" version of the sixteenth episode of QI (Series G) by going on at length about several facets of Presley's life and career, including the exact date of his death and that Sam Phillips had attended the first of Presley's Las Vegas shows in July 1969.
Mr. Brydon is endowed with the gift of being able to vocalize a sound that resembles that of a little man trapped in a hollow box.
|1995||First Knight||Man in crowd|
|1996||Lord of Misrule||Cornish policeman|
|1998||Martha - Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence||Bus driver|
|Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels||Traffic warden|
|2001||A Small Summer Party||Keith Barret|
|A Knight's Tale||First Villager|
|2002||24 Hour Party People||Ryan Letts|
|I'm Alan Partridge||Baptist fan|
|Cruise of the Gods||Andy van Allen|
|2004||Shaun of the Dead||Football commentator/'Zombies from Hell!' presenter (voice)|
|2005||MirrorMask||Morris Campbell/Prime Minister|
|A Cock and Bull Story||Capt. Toby Shandy/ Rob Brydon|
|Kenneth Tynan: In Praise of Hardcore||Kenneth Tynan|
|2009||The Gruffalo||Snake (voice)|
|2011||The Trip (US Film Edit)||Rob Brydon|
|The Gruffalo's Child||Snake|
|2012||The Best of Men||Corporal Wynne Bowen|
|1993||The Legends of Treasure Island||Long John Silver (Voice) (Series 2)|
|2000||Human Remains||Peter Moorcross, Gordon Budge, Stephen, Tony, Barne Willers, Les|
|2000–2003||Marion and Geoff||Keith Barret|
|2001||The Way We Live Now||Mr. Alf|
|2002||Black Books||B. Nugent|
|Murder in Mind||Barry Coates|
|Legend of the Lost Tribe||Prison guard|
|2004||Director's Commentary||Peter de Lane|
|The Big Fat Quiz of the Year||Himself - Panelist|
|2004–2005||The Keith Barret Show||Keith Barret|
|2005||Supernova||Dr Paul Hamilton|
|Little Britain||Roman de Vere (Series 3)|
|Jack Dee Live at the Apollo||Keith Barret|
|The Big Fat Quiz of the Year||Himself - Panelist|
|2006||The Big Fat Quiz of the Year||Himself - Panelist|
|Have I Got News for You||Guest Presenter|
|100 Greatest Funny Moments||Narrator (voice)|
|Dawn French's Boys Who Do Comedy||Himself|
|The Big Fat Quiz of the Year||Himself - Panelist|
|2007–2010||Gavin and Stacey||Bryn West|
|2007||Heroes and Villains: Napoleon||Stanislav Fréron|
|2009||Horne & Corden||Narrator to olympic sketches|
|Live at the Apollo||Compere/stand-up|
|The Big Fat Quiz of the Year||Himself - Panelist|
|2009–present||Would I Lie to You?||Host of Series 3, Series 4, Series 5 & Series 6|
|2010–present||The Rob Brydon Show||Himself (Host)|
|2010||Ronnie Corbett's Supper Club||Himself (Guest)|
|The Trip||Rob Brydon|
|2011||A Quiet Word With ...||Himself (Guest)|
|Michael McIntyre's Christmas Comedy Roadshow||Father Christmas/himself|
|2014-present||Boys & Girls||Grandad Brown||TV SERIES|
Radio Appearances 
|1992–1994||Rave||Himself - Presenter|
|1994||Satellite City||Himself - Radio show|
|1995||Eleven Men Against Eleven||Radio commentator|
|The Treatment||Himself - Radio show|
|2004||Just a Minute||Himself|
|2005||Flight of the Conchords (radio series)||Narrator|
|Just a Minute||Himself|
|2012||Best of Men||Himself|
- Discworld (video game) (voice actor – 1995)
- Discworld II: Missing Presumed...!? (voice actor – 1996)
- Discworld Noir (voice actor – 1999)
- I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue (2006–2009)
- Rob Brydon's Identity Crisis (March 2008)
- The One Show (December 2009)
- Desert Island Discs (May 2010)
|2009||"(Barry) Islands in the Stream"||1||48||7|
- "Mark Lawson talks to ... Rob Brydon". BBC Four website. BBC. 6 October 2011. Retrieved 11 May 2013.
- "Rob Brydon". BBC Cymru Wales website. BBC. 2010. Retrieved 3 December 2010.
- "Ask Rob Brydon". Bbc.co.uk. 2003-01-29. Retrieved 2011-08-19.[dead link]
- "Would Rob Brydon lie to you?". Daily Post North Wales. 8 August 2009. Retrieved 30 July 2010.
- "South West Wales - Hall of Fame". BBC. February 2009. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
- "Rob Brydon impersonates Radio 2's Ken Bruce", BBC News, retrieved 1 April 2011
- "Rob Brydon fools Ken Bruce's Radio 2 fans", The Independent, retrieved 1 April 2011
- Larman, Alexander. "BFI Screenonline: Brydon, Rob (1965-) Biography". Screenonline.org.uk. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
- "Discworld Noir (1999) Windows credits". MobyGames. 2004-06-20. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
- "Other works for Rob Brydon". IMDb.
- Wollaston, Sam (2 November 2010). "TV review: The Trip, Coppers, The Little House, Twitchers: A Very British Obsession, Extreme Fishing with Robson Green". The Guardian (London).
- "Rob Brydon: 'I used to be ambitious, but now I’m more like JR Hartley’", by Bryony Gordon, at telegraph.co.uk
- Wednesday, February 25, 2009, 17:10 GMT (2009-02-25). "Fry, Brydon, Dee to host 'Clue' return". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
- Foster, Patrick (26 February 2009). "I'm Sorry I Havent a Clue panel game to return to Radio 4". The Times (London). Retrieved 22 May 2010.
- Parker, Robin (11 March 2009). "Brydon to host BBC1 quiz". Broadcastnow. Retrieved 11 March 2009.
- smith1947 Added Apr 3, 2009 All my reviews (2009-04-03). "Have I Got News for You: Rob Brydon, Frankie Boyle, Claudia Winkleman Episode Summary". TV.com. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
- "Wales - Arts - Rob Brydon". BBC. 2010-12-03. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
- Raphael, Amy (24 February 2008). "Look who's laughing now". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 22 May 2010.
- "Rob Brydon: Live – ''Play.com''". Play.com. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
- Swann, Yvonne (22 January 2010). "My perfect weekend: Rob Brydon". Daily Telegraph (London).
- Ancestry.com, England & Wales Birth Index: 1916-2005.
- "Rob Brydon's Wedding Day – Gallery – Mail Online". Daily Mail (London).
- Swann, Yvonne (22 January 2010). "My perfect weekend: Rob Brydon". The Daily Telegraph (London).
- "Rob Brydon signs for Swans". Swansea City Footbal Club official site. 12 November 2008. Retrieved 15 March 2011.
- Robins, Derek (17 May 2007). "Double trouble for Ben". The Sun (London).
- QI, Episode 6.9, BBC1, 20 February 2009
- "Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama - Honorary Fellows". [[Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama | rwcmd.ac.uk]].
- "Rob Brydon's 'Small Man Trapped in a Box'". Retrieved February 27, 2012.
- "The Gruffalo's Child". BBC One. Retrieved 2011-12-10.
- "A Quiet Word With Rob Brydon". Official site. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 1 August 2011.
- "Jenkins featuring West, Jones and Gibb - Islands In The Stream - Music Charts". Acharts.us. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
- "Ireland Singles Top 50 - Music Charts". Acharts.us. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
- Official Rob Brydon site
- Rob Brydon at the Internet Movie Database
- BAFTA Interview with Rob Brydon - April 2010[dead link]
- Rob Brydon biography and credits at the British Film Institute's Screenonline
- Rob's Twitter
News items 
- Scotsman October 2011 article[dead link]
- Times February 2008 article
- Independent January 2006 article
- Telegraph June 2004 article
- Observer December 2002 article
|Host of Would I Lie To You?