Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Marcus Brigstocke Life Story Interview…..
Marcus is an English comedian, actor and satirist who has worked extensively in stand-up comedy, television, radio and in 2010-2011 musical theatre.
He is particularly associated with the 6.30pm comedy slot on BBC Radio 4, having frequently appeared on several of its shows, including The Now Show & Just A Minute.
Marcus is one of the UK’s top selling touring comics & TV comedians.
He appeared as ‘King Arthur’ in Spamalot as well as hosting his own BBC 3 show.
Hear an Exclusive interview with Alex Belfield and Marcus recorded at the BBC:
Brigstocke’s first stand up comedy DVD Planet Corduroy, produced by Phoenix Film & Television Productions, was released in November 2007.
In April 2008, Brigstocke and fellow comedian and snowboarder, Andrew Maxwell founded the Altitude Festival – a comedy and music festival in the ski resort of Meribel, in the French Alps.
In September 2008, Brigstocke was team captain for the first series of a comedy panel show, Argumental for UK TV channel Dave as the Captain of the Red Team competing against Rufus Hound with a variety of guest participants, under the chairmanship of John Sergeant.
In 2009, Brigstocke starred in the UK tour of the American live improv show, Totally Looped.
Brigstocke’s second stand-up show God Collar toured in 2009. In June 2010, He announced that he had signed a publishing deal with Transworld to turn the God Collar Tour into a book.
He has also worked for television shows aimed at children for CBBC: Stupid! and Sorry I’ve Got No Head.
Recorded 2008 by Alex Belfield for the BBC and Celebrity Radio.