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Everybody’s favourite satirical impressionist. Does possibly the best Gordon Brown ever and is fluent in French and German. Class act.
Rory Bremner contributed to Spitting Image and Week Ending and by 1987 he had his own BBC Two show: Now – Something Else. He later moved to Channel 4 with Rory Bremner, Who Else?. There his is output became more satirical.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
In the 1990s Rory became a semi-regular on Whose Line Is It Anyway?. Later in 2005 he was a team captain on Mock The Week (opposite Hugh Dennis).
Rory Bremner’s International Satirists
He has also presented a BBC Radio 4 series, Rory Bremner’s International Satirists. In the show Bremner talks to comedians and impressionists from various European countries.
Having teamed up with veterans, John Bird and John Fortune, he hosted Bremner, Bird and Fortune. The show (along with its predecessor Rory Bremner, Who Else?) has won numerous awards.
In April 2007, he was also involved in The Big Brecht Fest at the Young Vic Theatre in London celebrating the work of German dramatist Bertolt Brecht, where a series of newly-translated versions of some of his short plays were performed. One of the plays that was staged, the short comedy of manners A Respectable Wedding, was retranslated by Bremner, who also penned the title to the series. His translation had a positive reception from critics.
Bremner has translated three operas into English: Der Silbersee by Kurt Weill, Carmen by Georges Bizet and Orpheus in the Underworld by Jacques Offenbach. He has also translated a Bertolt Brecht play into English.
In the run-up to the 2010 UK General Election he undertook a 20-date Election Battlebus Tour, his first stand-up comedy tour in five years.
Rory Bremner is one of the UK’s sharpest funny men, he exposes the lunacies of modern politics with devilishly clever political satire and spot-on impressions of leaders from around the world.