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Former radio presenter on BBC Radio Wales for six years.

Co-presenter with fellow Radio Wales personality Alan Thompson on the Friday night entertainment show "Rave", broadcast both on BBC Radio Wales and nationally on BBC Radio Five for three years.

Was a member of the Bath-based improvisational comedy group "More Fool Us".

Provided voices for many adverts, which include: Tango, The Times, Tesco, Abbey National, McDonald's, Toilet Duck, Cahoot, Mint Card, Pot Noodle, Crunchy Nut Cornflakes, The Observer, and many, many more.

Former continuity announcer for BBC Wales and BBC1, introducing the next item.

Made a short video of comic characters he had created, entitled "Rob Brydon: An Extremely Unlucky Traffic Warden" - a reference to his role as the assaulted traffic warden in the film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), the success of which prompted him to make the video in an attempt to further his career. The final character on the tape was Keith Barret, whose inclusion led to the creation of "Marion & Geoff" (2000).

"Marion & Geoff: Making Divorce Work" tour - West End and Edinburgh Festival; a comedy act "talk" performed in character as Keith Barret.

Recorded audio commentary (with Hugo Blick) for the DVD release of Series 1 of "Marion & Geoff" (2000), as well as for the supplemental deleted scenes.

Author of "Making Divorce Work: In 9 Easy Steps" (1 November 2004), a book written in character as Keith Barret. A parody of self-help books, although written by Barret in total sincerity.

Recorded audio commentary (with Julia Davis) for the DVD release of "Human Remains" (2000).

Narrator of the audio book release of "Making Divorce Work: In 9 Easy Steps", read in character as Keith Barret and modified to better suit the format.

"The Keith Barret Show Live" tour (11 May to 17 July 2005).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "Just a Minute" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #50.1) (11 July 2005).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "Just a Minute" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #50.5) (8 August 2005).

Short promotional clip, promoting comedy on BBC2 (Summer 2005).

Narrator on the 6-episode improvised comedy show "The Flight of the Conchords" on BBC Radio 2 (1 September - 6 October 2005).

One of the narrators on the 90-episode history documentary "This Sceptred Isle: Empire" on BBC Radio 4 (26 September 2005 - 16 June 2006).

Former presenter on the Home Shopping Network.

Began a three-year course at the Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff after leaving school, but left halfway through the second year to become a presenter on BBC Radio Wales.

Guest appearance on "Talking Comedy" on BBC Radio 2 (episode #2.2) (1 June 2002).

Narrator on documentary "Painting the Sky" on BBC Radio 4 (6 November 2005).

"Keith Barret: Work in Progress" - a performance as Keith Barret at the Soho Theatre to test the water for new stand-up material (14-15 October 2005).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "Just a Minute" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #48.8) (6 September 2004).

Guest appearance on "The Final Curtain" on BBC Radio Wales, a show in which the guest is asked how they would like to spend their last day on Earth (22 March 2003).

Guest appearance on Paul Jackson's radio talk show "In Conversation With..." on BBC Radio 4 (episode #5.4) (10 July 2003).

Gave a talk at the Cheltenham Festival of Literature about the inspiration behind his comedy (10 October 2004).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #48.4) (4 December 2006).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #47.6) (26 June 2006).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #48.3) (27 November 2006).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #47.5) (19 June 2006).

Guest appearance on Jonathan Ross' show on BBC Radio 2 (12 May 2007).

Promotional radio trailer for Comic Relief 2007: The Big One (2007) (TV).

Promotional radio trailer for "Flight of the Conchords".

Promotional TV trailer for "Annually Retentive" (2006).

Guest appearance (with Steve Coogan) on Chris Moyles' show on BBC Radio 1 (11 January 2006).

Guest appearance on Chris Evans' show on BBC Radio 2 (11 February 2006).

Guest appearance (with Steve Coogan) on Simon Mayo's show on BBC Radio 5 (9 January 2006).

Guest appearance on Ken Bruce's show on BBC Radio 2 (30 July 2007).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #49.4) (25 June 2007).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #49.3) (18 June 2007).

Guest appearance on Steve Wright's show on BBC Radio 2 (27 April 2007).

Presenter of the 3-part documentary "Make 'Em Laugh, Make 'Em Laugh", about the development of sitcoms, on BBC Radio 2 (24 April - 8 May 2007).

Guest appearance on Steve Wright's show on BBC Radio 2 (13 December 2006).

Recorded audio commentary (with Matt Lipsey) on "Supernova: The Black Hole (#1.1)" (2005) and "Supernova: God Are You Out There? (#1.2)" (2005) for the DVD release of the first series of "Supernova" (2005).

Radio advert for Nationwide banks (with David Walliams) (2006).

Guest appearance on Steve Wright's show on BBC Radio 2 (10 July 2006).

Guest appearance on Ned Sherrin's radio talk show "Loose Ends" on BBC Radio 4 (8 July 2006).

Appearance at the charity fund-raising event "Lenny Beige's Seaside Special" in Hastings (18 July 2006).

Narrator on the 2-part documentary "The King and I: The Colonel Parker Story" about Elvis Presley's manager, Col. Tom Parker, on BBC Radio 2 (31 January - 7 February 2006).

'An Evening with Rob Brydon', hosted by Owen Money at the Rhydycar Leisure Centre in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, in which he discussed his life and career.

Theater appearance in 24 Hour Plays at the Old Vic (11 November 2007).

Host of the Prince's Trust awards evening at City Hall in Cardiff (3 November 2007).

Advert for Oxfam (with Helen Mirren, Will Young and Helena Bonham Carter), appealing for people to donate unwanted Christmas presents (Christmas 2007).

Guest appearance on Steve Wright's show on BBC Radio 2 (7 November 2007).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #50.2) (19 November 2007).

Guest appearance as a panelist on the radio panel game "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" on BBC Radio 4 (episode #50.1) (12 November 2007).

Played Dustin Hoffman in a deleted scene from The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004).

Narrator on the 2-part documentary "The Pain of Laughter: The Last Days of Kenneth Williams", exploring the complex character of Kenneth Williams, on BBC Radio 4 (8-15 April 2008).

Sat in for Ken Bruce as presenter of his BBC Radio 2 show on Bank Holiday Monday (25 August 2008).


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