Brett Goldstein

Interview: Rarely Asked Questions – Brett Goldstein

  1. What is the last thing you do before you go onstage (apart from check your flies and/or check your knickers aren't sticking out of your skirt and check for spinach between your teeth)?

Pace up and down and remind myself that I am incredibly lucky to do this for a living and that I am living a dream and I should ignore the abject terror that is overtaking my body

2. What irritates you?

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TV: The Pact, BBC2

This final BBC2 pilot has success written over it. The stars are Him & Her's Sarah Solemani and the devilishly handsome Brett Goldstein as two schoolfriends who make a deal aged 15 that if they are single at 35 they will get together. After the teenage opening we flash forward to the present day. Surely getting a decent romcom out of this basic plot should be a doddle. Apparently not.

News: US Sitcom Role For Brett Goldstein

British comedian Brett Goldstein has landed a role in a new NBC sitcom.

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Video: Watch Brett Goldstein & Aisling Bea Just for Valentine's Day

A short film starring Brett Goldstein and Aisling Bea has been released online and is available to view only on Valentine's Day.

In Bullet To The Heart, co-written by Goldstein, Bea and director Jon Drever (who directed Goldstein in SuperBob) the two stars play a cop and a villain having a shoot-out in a warehouse. But at the same time they also seem to build up a bond which comes to a head when they take a break from the gunfire to share a ham and cheese sandwich.

News: Brett Goldstein Cast In US Comedy

British stand up/actor Brett Goldstein has been cast in a new comedy television pilot being made by HBO in America.

According to a Deadline report, A Lot is inspired by Maureen Dowd’s book Are Men Necessary?: When Sexes Collide.

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News: SuperBob Movie Gets Cinema Release

British indie movie SuperBob is to get a theatrical and video-on-demand release.

Interview: Brett Goldstein on SuperBob

A Hollywood screenwriter couldn’t make it up. We had just finished talking about his role as a London-based superhero when actor and comedian Brett Goldstein came to the rescue in a real-life drama. As we walked to St Pancras station, a man running for a train slipped and head-butted the pavement. In a flash Goldstein was at his side, albeit without changing into his Lycra pants and cape.

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