Rob Brydon is one of the UK's most prominent comic actors. From playing genial 'Uncle Bryn' in Gavin and Stacey, to his role as host of BBC's 'Would I Lie to You, Rob Brydon applies his Welsh charm and sharp wit, making him an ideal choice for an after dinner set, or as awards host for any event.
Comedian and actor, Rob Brydon is an excellent choice for stand-up comedy or awards hosting at live corporate events. His easy going manner and wry commentary on the world around him ensures any audience can relate to the comedic slant he delivers about the events going on around him.
Best known for playing the genial ‘Uncle Bryn’ in the hit series Gavin and Stacey, Rob is also the presenter of BBC’s hit show ‘Would I Lie to You’.
Rob Brydon was schooled Porthcawl where his interest in acting flourished under the guidance of Porthcawl Comprehensive School's drama teacher, Roger Burnel.
After school, Rob began a three year course at The Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, but left midway through the second year to become a radio presenter for nearby BBC Wales.
There then followed six years of presenting work on local television and radio. Whilst at the BBC Rob joined the Bath based improvisational comedy group 'More Fool Us', where he met Julia Davis with whom he would go on some years later to make the award winning 'Human Remains'. Leaving Cardiff for London, Rob worked mostly as a voice artist on animations and commercials until his role as the traffic warden in 'Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels'.
Rob came to the public's attention in 2000 in Human Remains and Marion & Geoff, winning British Comedy Awards for both.
Since then his career flourished with credits including Black Books, I'm Alan Partridge, Little Britain, Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive, QI, The Big Fat Quiz Of The Year, Have I Got News For You and Gavin and Stacey.
In 2010 he starred in the hit series 'The Trip' with Steve Coogan which was later released as a feature film.
His many radio guest appearances include, I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, Just A Minute, and Loose Ends.
Rob is also known for his versatile voice. He has narrated Little Britain Down Under, Becoming Bond, and 100 Greatest Comedy Moments. He has also performed character tour for the animations Body Beautiful, The Legends of Treasure Island, The Baskervilles and Robbie The Reindeer: The Legend Of The Lost Tribe.
Rob Brydon’s gentle humour and amiable persona make him the ideal choice for hosting any awards event.