As an actor Rufus Hound starred in “The Wedding Video” (Film, 2011), “One Man Two Guv’nors” (UK Tour & Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End 2012/13), “Neville’s Island” (Chichester Festival Theatre, 2013); appeared in “A Touch of Cloth 2″ (TV 2013) “Big Fat Gypsy Gangster” (Film, 2011) and played the eponymous hero in “Hounded” (CBBC, 2010).

Rufus Hound: Comedian

As a comedian, he won that dance thing for Sport Relief dressed up as Cheryl Cole; captained the Blue Team for three series of Dave’s ‘Argumental’ and used to be on ‘Celebrity Juice’. He’s done most of those panel shows: “Never Mind The Buzzcocks”, “Would I Lie To You?”, “8 Out Of 10 Cats”, “You Have Been Watching” and a ton of others that weren’t as good.

Rufus Hound: Presenter

As a presenter, he has welcomed viewers to “Top of the Pops”, “Glastonbury” and “The Brits: Backstage”; and other stuff that he can’t remember. No, tell a lie, there was some stuff for “Richard and Judy” that was alright.

Radio Work

On the wireless, he hosts Radio 4’s “My Teenage Diary” which won a Sony Award in 2013; initiated “What’s So Funny?” on Radio 4Extra. He has guested on “The Unbelievable Truth”, “The Jonathan Ross Show”, “The Graham Norton Show”; and countless other podcasts and things.

TV Work

Then there’s all the smaller stuff. “Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two”, “The Apprentice: You’re Fired”, “Xtra Factor”, “This Morning”, “Alan Titchmarsh”, “Doctor Who; The 12th Doctor” blah blah blah. You know the kind of thing. Oh and those talking heads shows that everyone got bored of.

DVD’s, Book & More

In 2011 he released his debut stand up DVD “Being Rude” which really smart people liked. Oh, and he did a book about heckling, though no-one really bought it. Anyway, he’s available for work, so if you have some of that, by all means get in touch.

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