Rufus Hound is a comedian, presenter, actor and the owner of a fine moustache.
He won that dance thing for Sport Relief dressed up as Cheryl Cole. Remember? And he’s on ‘Celebrity Juice’ every week, sat next to Fearne Cotton. Or as the eponymous hero of CBBC’s ‘Hounded’.
So that’s what he does. Though there’s other stuff as well.
He hosts Radio 4’s “My Teenage Diary”, took over from Anne Robinson to present the final series of ‘OutTake TV’ for BBC1 and captained the Blue Team for three series of Dave’s ‘Argumental’. Having picked the year 2000 as his funniest, Channel 4 gave him two hours one Saturday night to explain why in “My Funniest Year: 2000”, which was very nice of them.
Oh, and he’s been a guest on a lot of things too.Jonathan Ross’s radio show, Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two, The Apprentice: You’re Fired, Xtra Factor, The Five o Clock Show, This Morning… blah blah blah.
He also does loads of stand-up across the country and hosts glittering awards ceremonies.
Truth is, lists are boring, and all this is is a big long list of stuff he’s done. So instead of that, he wrote you this poem:
The little you
inside the you
that everyone can see,
is pretty much
to the little me in me.
He hopes you like it, though agrees that there’s an unpleasant ‘cutesy’ element to it.
Anyway, he’s available for work.