아담 벅스 턴 - Adam Buxton

아담 벅스 턴
dConstruct 2013.jpg의 Adam Buxton
2013 년 dConstruct의 Buxton
태어난
아담 오프 포드 벅스 턴

(1969-06-07) 1969 년 6 월 7 일 (51 세)
직업 배우, 코미디언, 작가, 방송인
활동 기간 1995 ~ 현재
웹 사이트 http://adam-buxton.co.uk

Adam Offord Buxton (1969 년 6 월 7 일 출생)은 영어 코미디언, 작가, 팟 캐스터 및 배우입니다. Buxton은 영화 제작자 Joe Cornish 와 함께 듀오 Adam과 Joe 의 절반입니다 . 그들은 제시 알려져 최고 아담과 조 에서 BBC 라디오 6 음악 (2,007에서 2,009 사이, 2011)과 아담과 조 쇼채널 4 (1,996에서 2,001 사이)을.

Buxton은 코미디언, 작가, 음악가 및 유명인을 인터뷰하는 The Adam Buxton Podcast 의 호스트입니다 . 그는 또한 Will I Lie To You를 포함한 패널 쇼 에 출연했습니다 . , 결코 마음 벅스 ,10 고양이의 8 아웃합니까 카운트 다운 .

어린 시절과 교육

Buxton은 런던에서 태어나 웨일즈 에서 어린 시절을 보냈습니다 . 그의 아버지는 여행 작가이자 와인 평론가 인 Nigel Buxton 으로 나중에 Adam and Joe Show 에 "Baaad Dad"로 출연했습니다 . [1] 아담의 어머니 (Birrell 노나) 발레리, [2] 이었다 칠레는 . [삼]

어딘지 교육되었다 에 Windlesham 집 학교 에서 Pulborough , 웨스트 서 섹스 , 후 웨스트 민스터 학교 , 런던입니다. Westminster에서 그는 미래의 코미디 파트너 인 Joe Cornish 와 미래의 다큐멘터리 인 Louis Theroux친구가되었습니다 . [4] 그는 참석 워릭 대학 , 예술의 첼 튼햄 대학에서 연구 조각에게 삭제하기 전에 두 용어 [5] 지금의 일부 글로스터 셔 대학을 . [6]

직업

2009 년 Glastonbury Festival의 Buxton

Joe Cornish와 함께

Buxton의 첫 번째 TV 출연은 Channel 4Takeover TV 에피소드에 있었습니다. [7] 1995 년, 그는 공연 자체를 개최했다. 벅스 톤과 조 코니쉬는 코미디 듀오 형성 아담과 조 및 생산 회사와 원더의 세계가 만들어 아담과 조 쇼 채널 4에 대한 [8] 그것은 2001 년에 1996 년부터 네 개의 시리즈 실행 [9] 1999 년, Buxton과 Cornish가 쓴 스핀 오프 책인 Adam and Joe Book 이 출간되었습니다. [10] Buxton과 Cornish는 Xfm 과 이후 BBC Radio 6 Music 에서 은상을 수상한 라디오 쇼를 선보였 습니다.2012 년 최고의 엔터테인먼트 프로그램에 대한 Sony Award . [7] [11]

솔로 작업

Buxton은 2004 년 12 월 방송 된 Channel 4 미니 시리즈 The Last Chancers 에서 공동 집필하고 연기했습니다 . [12] 2005 년에는 2005 년 Edinburgh Festival 에서 캐릭터 중심 코미디를 공연 했으며 I, Pavel 이라는 제목의 쇼를 선보였 습니다. 큰 수염이 자랐습니다. [13]

Buxton은 2006 년 8 월 6 부작 시리즈를 시작한 BBC Two 코미디 시리즈 Time Trumpet 에서 자신의 미래 버전으로 등장했습니다 . [14] 2007 년 그는 Edgar Wright 의 영화 Hot Fuzz 에서 저널리스트 Tim Messenger를 연기했습니다 . 그는 또한 영화 < 스타 더스트 >에 출연하여 제작 당시 아팠던 노엘 필딩을 커버했다 . [15] Buxton은 2007 년 3 월 19 일에 개봉 된 BBC Three 코미디 스케치 쇼 Rush Hour에 출연했습니다 . [16]

Buxton has collaborated on several occasions with the band Radiohead. He assisted with a 2007 webcast from their studio,[17] directed the videos for their 2008 singles "Jigsaw Falling into Place"[5] and "Nude",[18] and created a video vignette for their 2016 album A Moon Shaped Pool.[19] In January 2010, he appeared in the BBC2 comedy The Persuasionists.[20] He also featured in the 2007 film Son of Rambow as a teacher.[21] Buxton released a number of videos on YouTube, and was commissioned to produce a pilot programme for the BBC based around work of this kind. This was broadcast as MeeBOX on BBC Three in June 2008,[15] but a full series was not commissioned. He guest-starred in the 2011 film The External World by David O'Reilly.[22]

In July 2012, Buxton appeared in a TV version of his popular tour Bug on Sky Atlantic, entitled Adam Buxton's BUG.[5] He started performing the show in 2007, and has continued to tour the Bug show[11] as well as hosting it regularly at the BFI in London.[23] He is the narrator of some books available on the Ladybird Classic Me Books iPad app, including "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" and "Three Little Pigs".[24] He has since narrated several other titles on the Me Books app such as The Great Explorer, The Brave Beast and The Lonely Beast by children's illustrator and author Chris Judge.[25] He also appeared in the Doctor Who audio drama The One Doctor by Big Finish Productions.[26]

Buxton has made appearances on Have I Got News for You, Never Mind the Buzzcocks,[11] The IT Crowd, Don't Watch That, Watch This and Look Around You among others.[16] He was also a panellist with Jonathan Ross for the Big Fat Quiz of the '80s.[27] Buxton has guest starred in several episodes of the comedy gameshow mash-up 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown featuring in Dictionary Corner.[11] In 2015 Buxton became the voice of Messy for children's TV animation Messy Goes to Okido, which aired on 7 September 2015 on CBeebies.[28] In 2017 Buxton made regular cameo appearances as "Jarhead" in the revamped version of The Crystal Maze.[29][30] He appeared in the video game Lego City Undercover for Nintendo's Wii U.[31]

Buxton released the audiobook version of his autobiography, Ramble Book, in April 2020, published by HarperCollins.[32] He provided voice acting roles for the Cartoon Network pilot Beetle + Bean.[33]

The Adam Buxton Podcast

Since September 2015, Buxton has produced The Adam Buxton Podcast, in which he interviews cultural figures including comedians, writers and musicians. The first series went out weekly in 2015 before a Christmas episode with Joe Cornish, in the style of their BBC Radio 6 show. Guests have included collaborators Louis Theroux, Joe Cornish and Charlie Brooker,[34][35] as well as other public figures such as Jon Ronson, Caitlin Moran, Michael Palin and Brian Eno.[36] It has won a number of awards including Best Online Comedy Talk Show at the Online Radio Awards, Podcast Champion at the British Podcast Awards, and the Internet Award from Chortle.[37]

Personal life

Buxton lives near Norwich with his wife, Sarah, their three children and dog, Rosie.[7][5][38]

References

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  2. ^ "Nigel Buxton, journalist - obituary". Daily Telegraph. 18 December 2015. ISSN 0307-1235. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
  3. ^ Adam and Joe (radio broadcast). BBC Radio 6 Music. 12 September 2009.
  4. ^ Hogan, Michael (25 December 2016). "Forget Christmas TV: Adam and Joe's 20th anniversary reunion podcast is the best present you'll get in 2016". The Telegraph. Retrieved 3 June 2017.
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  13. ^ "The Edinburgh festival 2005 – Reviews – Comedy – (A) – 11 out of 91".
  14. ^ "Time Trumpet with Armando Iannucci - S1 - Episode 1". Radio Times. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
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  17. ^ NME (6 November 2007). "Radiohead set for special webcast?". NME. Retrieved 16 November 2019.
  18. ^ Dombal, Ryan (28 March 2008). "Radiohead". Pitchfork. Retrieved 20 August 2018.
  19. ^ Daly, Rhian (27 May 2016). "Radiohead share 'Desert Island Disk' interpretation video by Adam Buxton". NME. Archived from the original on 30 June 2016. Retrieved 1 July 2016.
  20. ^ "Last Night's Television: The Persuasionists, BBC2Horizon, BBC2". The Independent. 14 January 2010. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
  21. ^ Bradshaw, Peter (3 April 2008). "Son of Rambow". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
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  24. ^ "Sir David Jason joins Adam Buxton and Josie Lawrence for an exciting new update to the award-winning Ladybird Classic Me Books App". Licensing International. 30 January 2012. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
  25. ^ "Made in Me — The Little Interview: Chris Judge". Made in Me. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
  26. ^ "027. Doctor Who: The One Doctor - Doctor Who - The Monthly Adventures - Big Finish". www.bigfinish.com. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
  27. ^ "The Big Fat Quiz Of The Year The Big Fat Quiz Of The 80s". British Comedy Guide. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
  28. ^ "Introducing Messy Goes to OKIDO: Balabalaboomboom!". BBC. 4 September 2015. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
  29. ^ "Adam Buxton and Jessica Hynes join Richard Ayoade in Channel 4's Crystal Maze reboot". Radio Times. 12 June 2017. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
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  31. ^ Diver, Mike (10 May 2017). "VICE - The License-Free 'Lego City Undercover' Is Full of Great Movie Moments". www.vice.com. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
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  33. ^ "Beetle + Bean | Cartoon Network Studios Shorts", 22 July 2020. YouTube.
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