Rory Bremner is best known as Britain’s sharpest impressionist, with a repertoire of over 100 characters. His unique brand of comedy and satire has sustained a highly successful career in radio and television for over 25 years. He is a frequent guest on The Andrew Marr Show where he provides a satirical review of current political events through his many characters and he recently retraced his family history for BBC1’s Who Do You Think You Are.

Together with John Bird and John Fortune, his satirical programmes (Rory Bremner- Who Else 1992-97, Bremner, Bird and Fortune 1997-present) have been a mainstay of Channel 4’s output since 1992, winning a total of four BAFTAs and three RTS awards. In 2008, they created a four-part satirical documentary series on the global financial crisis, Silly Money. In addition to his many comedy appearances he has translated two operas (Carmen and Der Silbersee) and a Brecht play (A Respectable Wedding, for the Young Vic). He is a regular contributor to The Times, The Telegraph, The New Statesman and Radio Times, for whom he has interviewed Michael Parkinson and David Frost.

He was educated in Edinburgh and at Wellington College, but started acting in revues and cabarets while at University in London, where he gained a good honours degree in French, German and imitating lecturers. He still speaks both languages – French fluently, German slightly better than Nicholas Ridley.

With a repertoire of over one hundred characters, he impersonates everyone from film stars to chat show hosts, sportsmen to newsreaders and politicians to Mohammed Al Fayed. Nowadays, he’s equally in demand as a columnist for newspapers and magazines, a documentary presenter and one of the country’s leading after-dinner speakers.

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