Comedian, presenter and actor Rufus Hound has appeared in acclaimed West End productions, films, panel shows, children’s television and dancing contests. Combining an affable, laid-back delivery with irreverent, cheeky humour, he’s a natural live host and a popular performer.
As a presenter, Rufus started out fronting Top of the Pops and coverage of the Glastonbury and Reading festivals. As a performer he’s appeared on almost every panel show around from Celebrity Juice to Never Mind the Buzzcocks to 8 Out of 10 Cats. He’s displayed his improv skills on Thank God You’re Here and Argumental, and his serious side on Young Voters’ Question Time and The Science of Doctor Who. He’s given his opinions on The Xtra Factor and The Apprentice: You’re Fired, and famously won Let’s Dance for Sport Relief with his Cheryl Cole impression. He was also the star and writer of his own CBBC sitcom, Hounded.
Rufus took the lead role in the critically acclaimed and hugely popular One Man, Two Guvnors in the West End and on tour. He followed this with more critical praise co-starring alongside Robert Lindsay in the London debut of the musical version of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.