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First major TV acting work, an episode of the British series "The Bill"
Made first significant stand-up appearance at the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year
Hired as a VJ for MTV Europe, but fired on his first day after coming to work dressed as Osama bin Laden, the day after 9/11
Featured in the British documentary and comedy television program "RE:Brand"
Hosted a Sunday afternoon radio show with Matt Morgan on London's Indie Rock station Xfm; fired after reading pornographic material live on-air
Hosted the British reality show "Big Brother's Big Mouth," a sister show to "Big Brother 5"
Played Tommy on the BBC sitcom "Blessed"
Returned to work for MTV (U.K.), presenting the chat show "1 Leicester Square"
Hosted his own talk program "The Russell Brand Show" (Channel 4)
Feature film debut, "Penelope"
Hosted "Russell Brand's Ponderland" (Channel 4)
Published autobiography My Booky Wook
Landed breakthrough role of Aldous Snow, the new rocker boyfriend of the title character in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall"
Hosted the MTV Video Music Awards
Returned as host for the MTV Video Music Awards
Reprised his role of out-of-control rock star Aldous Snow in the comedy "Get Him to the Greek" opposite Jonah Hill
Voiced the character of Dr. Nefario in the animated film "Despicable Me"
Starred as Trinculo in the Julie Taymor directed adaptation of Shakespeare's "The Tempest"
Voiced a teenage rabbit in the live-action/CGI film "Hop"
Played the title character in a remake of "Arthur" opposite Helen Mirren and Jennifer Garner; also produced
Co-starred with Tom Cruise and Alec Baldwin in feature adaptation of the stage musical "Rock of Ages"; character narrated the story