Radio presenter (on BBC Radio Wales) turned TV comedy star. With his series "Marion And Geoff", Rob Brydon suddenly found himself, at the age of 38, being hailed as one of TV brightest "new" talents, though as the listing here on TV.com indicates, he had made many small…more
If Rob could of been involved with any TV comedy in history, it would be The Larry Sanders Show.
Rob drives a Lamborghini and a Mercedes CLK 320.
Rob is a huge fan of fish.
Some of Rob's favorite comedians are Barry Humphries, Jerry Seinfeld, Jackie Mason, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, Peter Sellers, Kenneth Williams, Steve Coogan and Ricky Gervais.
The person Rob would like to act with the most is Al Pacino.
In 2003, Rob went on a one-man show tour called Making Divorce Work as the character Keith Barret.
It was when Rob won the role of the traffic warden in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels that he was inspired to make a short video of his own comic creations. He called it Rob Brydon - An Extremely Unlucky Traffic Warden.
While at the BBC, Rob became a member of the Bath based improvisational comedy group More Fool Us.
In 2003, Rob was listed in The Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy.
Rob has had a fantastic career a a voiceover artist with highlights including the Toilet Duck adverts.
Rob spent six years as a DJ on BBC Radio Wales.
In 1992, Rob hosted a movie show for BSkyB.
Rob had started his second year at the Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff when Radio Wales offered him a job on a show.
Rob was a presenter on a cable shopping channel.
Basil Brush, Dick Emery, the two Ronnies, Barry Humphries and John Cleese are all people that Rob admires.
Rob always did silly voices as a child.
Rob's film debut was in "First Knight" where he had a bit-part as Man in Crowd.
Rob was once voted the 47th sexiest man in Wales.
Rob won British Comedy Awards for both "Marion and Geoff" and "Human Remains".
Rob moved to London in the early 90's.
Rob studied acting at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Rob Brydon stars in self-written comedic panel show, 'Annually Retentive', on BBC Three.