Award-winning impressionist, Rory Bremner, is internationally recognized for his uncanny versions of celebrities, and politicians. Celebrated for his ability to inhibit the mannerisms, vocalization and expressions of any individual he attempts, Rory’s best-known work is on political characters, bringing lighthearted satire to often serious subjects. A popular performer and talented event act, Rory effortlessly translates his impressions to virtual formats such as corporate webinars.
Satire and sporting stars saw Rory become a multi-award-winning performer in his self-titled series ‘Rory Bremner, Who Else?’ during the early 90s. Having established a loyal fan following, Rory has gone on to host Bremner, Bird & Fortune and the one-off special Rory Goes to Hollywood. Appealing to audiences of all demographics, Rory’s comedy style offers something for every generation and has allowed him to remain the nations most acclaimed impressionist for decades.
Stepping onto the performer’s scene whilst still at university, Rory worked in cabaret in the evenings and was an active member of the King’s College London drama club. First gaining notoriety in 1985, Rory released a comical single ‘N-N-Nineteen Not Out’ which saw him parody another single with impersonations of cricket commentators and receive wide praise for his comical approach.
Having appeared on Sunday AM, Face the Clock and two series of Mock the Week, Rory has an established platform and is instantly recognizable when he appears as a virtual event entertainer. With such a timeless and humorous act, Rory’s contributions at events offer light relief to corporate occasions, or he can appear as the star of the show, even in a virtual setting.
Rory Bremner is regularly booked to engage audiences at virtual events, read their latest feedback below:
“Rory put the event on the map.” – IBM
“Rory was terrific as ever – he was wonderful and the feedback has been very positive indeed. Thank you for all your help on this one.” – Fiona, ICAS
“All went great, Rory went down a storm!” – Emily, Assured Events