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Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Birth NameRoderick Keith Ogilvy Bremner
Height 6' 1" (1.86 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Rory Bremner was born on April 6, 1961 in Edinburgh, Scotland as Roderick Keith Ogilvy Bremner. He is an actor and writer, known for The Ultimate 'West Wing' Challenge (2006), Rory Bremner's Coalition Report (2015) and Rory Bremner's Election Report (2015). He has been married to Tessa Campbell Fraser since September 11, 1999. They have one child. He was previously married to Susie Davies.

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Tessa Campbell Fraser (11 September 1999 - present) (1 child)
Susie Davies (1986 - 1994) (divorced)

Trivia (6)

British impressionist who provides political satire on Channel Four.
His show, with John Bird and John Fortune, performed at the Albery Theatre in London in 2002, was nominated for a 2003 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Entertainment.
He was referred to as the "serial impressionist" and "the man of a thousand voices" by host Clive Anderson on one episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988).
He does impressions of various celebrities, especially the British Royal Family.
A cricket fan, in 1984 he released a popular single, "19 (not out)", spoofing Paul Hardcastle's number one single "19" to the news of England's 4-0 defeat in the four match Test cricket home series to the West Indies that year.
Educated at Clifton Hall School, Edinburgh.

Personal Quotes (6)

[on the British Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary, respectively, in 1998)] I can't look at John Prescott without thinking of Les Dawson, and Robin Cook is a caricature of himself.
I think if there is a God it's very important that he has a sense of humour - otherwise you are in for a very miserable afterlife.
I remember when Tony Blair came into office and there was a sense I was thinking 'well, what on earth am I going to do now?', until I realized that's exactly what he was thinking.
[on the friendship of Tony Blair and Cliff Richard] I think Cliff Richard tells Blair (Tony Blair) what God is thinking. If the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Pope have telephone lines to God, then Blair thinks Cliff has got broadband.
How can you do satire when Blair (Tony Blair) is Middle East peace envoy, when Boris Johnson's running for London mayor and John Prescott's world ambassador for Weight Watchers? And I only made one of those up.
Just heard Jimmy Savile has died at 84. A nation's impressionists mourn. Quite a character. RIP.

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