Rob Brydon is a Welsh actor and comedian best known as Keith Barret in the BBC comedy series, Marion, and Geoff. He also appeared as Master Phineus on the 2015 American romantic film, Cinderella.
The Welsh comedian has surfaced on the franchise of British sitcom The Trip and tours around several places with his co-star Steve Coogan.
How Much Is Rob Brydon's Net Worth?
Rob Brydon has amassed the net worth of $3 million as a Welsh actor and comedian. He is all set to earn big bucks through his famous one-month upcoming tour from 13 September to 13 October 2018.
Majority of his net worth comprises from his appearance in the number of TV series and movies. The Welsh actor collected revenues from his longest-stint on TV series like Marion and Geoff (2000 to 2003); QI (2003 to 2013); Gavin & Stacey (2007 to 2010); Would I Lie to You? (2009 to present); and The Trip (2010 to 2017).
He received paychecks from the movies like 'Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels;' 'Cruise of the Gods;' 'The Best of Men;' and 'The Huntsman: Winter's War.' Likewise, the Porthcawl Comprehensive School graduate made a cameo appearance as Master Phineus in 2015 Disney hit movie, Cinderella. The Walt Disney Pictures production film grossed a box office of $543.5 million with earnings of $443.5 million.
Before his appearance in the 2000 TV series, 'Marion and Geoff,' and 'Human Remains' he survived with a limited amount of money. His family had to sell furniture from their house and even had defaulted in the mortgage.
He was not receiving great funds as a radio presenter and had to omit his radio job. He went to Sky and joined as a TV presenter. Moreover to his mortgage problems; the Welsh actor got accused of selling out for doing adverts and was let go from that station. His financial condition begins to stabilize during 2000 after his appearances on the number of hit series.
Rob's Tour On Franchise Of 'The Trip'; Set To Woos Crowd With Upcoming Comedy Tour
The Welsh actor, Rob Brydon has starred in the franchise of the British television sitcom series, The Trip. The TV panel show and the comedy-travelogue covers Rob's and his co-star Steve Coogan's stand-up tour since 2009-2010. His first acclaimed tour in Bexhill and other locations such as Bournemouth and Cheltenham is visible in the BBC Worldwide distributed series.
Rob Brydon and his co-star, Steve Coogan in the 2010 comedy-travelogue, The Trip (Photo: amazon.com)
In the season two of The Trip titled The Trip to Italy, he toured in Italy from Piedmont to Capri with his co-star Steve. Steve defines himself as 'affable' but not 'affable as people think' during the first episode of the BBC series. Meanwhile, Rob chatters over a plate of Pasta, and the comedy duo follows the footstep of the famous Italian poets during the 19th century on their Grand Tour. In the season three, titled, The Trip to Spain, Rob, and Steve are commissioned to tour around the restaurant of Spain.
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Rob is also set to woos the crowd with his comedy tour of the stand-up show, Rob Brydon: I Am Standing Up. In his one-month upcoming voyage from 13 September to 13 October 2018, the relentlessly affable Welsh comedian is ready to heat the stage of Royal Concert Hall, Festival Theatre, Swansea Grand Theatre, Wales Millenium Center and more. His England tour location is Glasglow, Edinburgh, Belfast, Swansea and more.
Adds More Australian Tour Dates
The Welsh comedian has added a date to the Australian tour launch in 2019. He is planning a tour for 12 days in Australia in March 2019. His extra performances are in Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney.
Previously, his performance was set to hold at the QPAC Concert Hall in South Brisbane on 12 March 2019. In addition to the show on March 12, he added March 13 as a new date to Brisbane. His other new performance includes Burswood in Perth on March 16, Palais Theater in St. Kilda, Melbourne on March 22, Crown Theater on March 16, and so on.
Rob will also enthrall the crowd on March 26 at the Canberra's new tour day at Canberra Theater and the Sydney Opera House, Circular Quay on 28th March. Australia was a special place for Welsh comedians since it is the house of his hero Barry Humphries, to whom he is well compared.
Rob Brydon was born on 3 May 1965 as Robert Brydon Jones in Glamorgan, Wales. Rob stands at the height of 1.7 m (5' 6") and posses Welsh nationality.
He grew up with his younger brother Peter Jones along with their parents Joy Jones and Howard Jones in Baglan, Neath Port Talbot, Wales. He attended Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in Cardiff after graduating from Porthcawl Comprehensive School.