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Rufus Hound to compere Exhibition News Awards
posted on: 23/4/2010 16:12:22
Rufus Hound

Comedian and TV household name Rufus Hound is to compere the fourth Exhibition News Awards at the Lancaster London on 7 May 2010.

Hound is a comedian, presenter, actor and the owner of a self-proclaimed fine moustache. His credits include Argumental, Thank God You’re Here, Richard and Judy and the BBC’s Glastonbury and Reading festival coverage. He also presented the last ever Top of The Pops and is
a regular on panel shows for television channels Dave and BBC3.

As an actor, Hound appeared in Think Tank on E4, and as the producer of TV show Life’s A Pitch.

A regular comedy correspondent for BBC London, he was a finalist in Channel 4’s So You Think You’re Funny competition.

To secure your place at the industry’s most coveted awards, see the ENA webpage.


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