Russell Brand

Russell Brand
Russell Brand

Russell Brand has a Starscore of 348,411 and is No.2452 today on the Global social media chart

With a total of 1,206,219 YouTube views, 2,598,965 Facebook fans and 8,100,495 Twitter followers. Today Russell Brand gained 90 YouTube views, gained 2,734 Facebook fans and gained 3,056 Twitter followers. His social media ranking has moved down 22 places in the daily Comedian Chart to no.146 and remains at no.38 in the all time Comedian Chart.

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Biography

Russell Edward Brand (born 4 June 1975) is an English comedian, actor, radio and television presenter, singer, columnist, and author. In 2004, Brand achieved mainstream fame in the UK as the host of Big Brother's Big Mouth, a Big Brother spin-off. In 2007, he had his first major film role in St Trinian's. He became known in the United States in 2008, after his major role in Forgetting Sarah Marshall; the film led to a starring role in Get Him to the Greek in 2010. He also worked as a voice actor for animated films Despicable Me in 2010 and Hop in 2011. He starred in the 2011 remake of the 1981 Dudley Moore film Arthur. Brand is noted in the British media for his eccentricity and for controversies such as his dismissal from MTV after he dressed as Osama bin Laden, his behaviour as presenter of various award ceremonies and his former drug use. In 2008, he resigned from the BBC following prank calls he made to actor Andrew Sachs on The Russell Brand Show, which led to major changes to the BBC's policy. His drug use, alcoholism and promiscuity have influenced his comedic material and public image. He married American pop singer Katy Perry in October 2010; they separated in December 2011 and were divorced the following year.