Russell Edward Brand is an English actor, radio and television personality, columnist and comic. He first achieved fame from the spin-off of Big Brother, "Big Brother's Big Mouth." His first large film role was in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" that led him to "Take Him to the Greek" in 2010.
Brand voiced a character in, "Despicable Me," and in the 2011 film, "Hop." He starred in the remake of the '81 film "Arthur" and in "Bedtime Stories" with Adam Sandler. His radio career began in '02, and a collection of his columns were published in the book, "Irons in the Fire," '07. He recorded "When I'm Sixty-Four" for the 40th Anniversary of Sergeant Pepper.