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Eddy Brimson

"Quite simply brilliant" SKY MAGAZINE

STAND UP
Eddy Brimson is a familiar face on the UK comedy circuit and is a regular at such prestigious venues as Jongleurs, Banana Cabaret, Belfast Empire and London's notorious Up the Creek. He also performs regularly all over the country for the likes of Off the Kerb, Avalon and Mirth Control. In 2001 Eddy performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe as part of the hugely successful Gilded Balloon Midnight Show.

TELEVISION
In 1998 Eddy wrote, produced and presented TEARGAS & TANTRUMS for CARLTON VIDEO. This controversial expose of life among the travelling English football supporters reached number 3 in the National Retail Chart. Eddy was also a presenter on the Bravo TV show THE BASEMENT covering topics as varied as the British Lawn Mower Grand Prix to a live hair transplant.
As an actor, Eddy's TV credits include:
SMITH & JONES, HEARTBURN HOTEL, ABOLUTELY FABULOUS, THE THIN BLUE LINE, HALE & PACE, THE BILL, SILENT WITNESS, CASUALTY, BETWEEN THE LINES and EASTENDERS where he played the hard-nosed villain who turned over Frank Butcher's car lot!
Eddy is also often used as a "talking head" or guest expert on various programmes covering numerous subjects. These include:
The world's funniest joke on SKY NEWS, football hooliganism on TALKSPORT, unscrupulous tradesmen on CONFESSIONS OF A BUILDER and "Is bald sexy?" on RICHARD & JUDY.

FILM
Eddy played a major role as a gang member in the HBO movie THE INFILTRATOR.

RADIO
Eddy's radio credits are numerous but they include co-presenting THE BRIMSON BROTHERS on LIBERTY RADIO and making regular contributions to BBC RADIO 5 LIVE, GLR, TALKSPORT and various BBC REGIONAL STATIONS.

WRITING
Eddy is a prolific writer, having penned 7 best-selling books. With sales topping 160,000, Eddy has built himself a cult following among British and European football fans.


"The crowd loved him" WILLIAM COOK, THE GUARDIAN