Russell, an undersized but big-hearted terrier, dreams of having a family of his own. After running away from his pet store, Russell gets taken in by The Ferraros, who discover their new pet pooch has incredible wrestling skills.
Russell’s last DVD and CD, Outsourced, was taped before a sold out audience at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, and gives viewers and listeners an excellent overview of Russell’s comedic genius.
Recorded live at Hammersmith Apollo, Russell questions the values of heroes and leaders. ‘Messiah Complex’ is a disorder where sufferers think they might be the messiah. Did Jesus have it? What about Che Guevara, Gandhi, Malcolm X and Hitler? All these men have shaped our lives and influenced the way we think. Their images are used to represent ideas that often do not relate to them at all. Would Gandhi be into Apple? Would Che Guevara endorse Madonna? Would Jesus be into Christianity? He concludes it’s all a load of rubbish and encourages the audience to stop voting, ignore advertising, look to the transcendent within themselves and others...and kick over some bins on their way home. Plus there’s sex. Obviously.
The comic comes home to Toronto to sound off on cultural quirks, furniture building and bathroom visits, reveling in all things ridiculously human.
Now watch comedy rockstar, Russell Peters up-close and personal with his new act and his trademark lightening fast improv with all new material as part of his Notorious World Tour 2013.
Follows two best friends Mark and Russell on a crazy adventure through town.
10 years ago the perverse Dr. Russell couldn't resist the beauty of a young patient in his mental clinic and raped her one night. When she plunged herself from the roof shortly after, he described it as consequence of her heavy depressions. Now the same urge overcomes him with his new patient Sandy. He doesn't know that she's the daughter of his previous victim and that she's come for revenge.
In this sold-out performance, Canadian comic Russell Peters skewers racial stereotypes as he offers his audacious take on multiculturalism--including his Indian heritage and culture clashes around the world. Recorded live at Madison Square Garden's WAMU theater and broadcast on Showtime, this stand-up concert is not to be missed. Red, White and Brown is the second stand-up comedy album by Canadian comedian Russell Peters, recorded at the WAMU Theatre in Madison Square Garden on February 2, 2008. The CD/DVD was released in Canada on September 30, 2008, and in the U.S. on January 27, 2009, debuting at #3 on the Canadian Albums Chart. The hip hop theme music was produced by Marco Polo, and legendary MC Melle Mel introduced Peters to the stage.
Sarah Russell, a 23-year-old aspiring medical school student, visits her loving family to share some important news, but instead finds herself attempting to finally confront a difficult period from her past.
Filmed in front of 16,000 at London's O2, the most thrilling comedian of his generation delivers his first live DVD for two years. With 80 minutes of blistering, boundry-pushing stand-up, featuring Brand's first hand experience of hosting the MTV Video Music Awards, his rise to Hollywood fame, sexual notoriety and the media storm around 'Sachsgate'.
Russell Peters once again delivers his trademark take on race and culture as well as his lightning quick improv. Russell shares his observations on everything from the declining population of white people, to the stereotyping of Arabs, to his recent travels in India.
Inspired by the variety shows of the 70′s, A RUSSELL PETERS CHRISTMAS is corny, sweet, silly, sentimental and most of all FUNNY! With special guests, PAMELA ANDERSON, MICHAEL BUBLE, JON LOVITZ, SCOTT THOMPSON, FAIZON LOVE, GOAPELE, TED LANGE and RUSSELL’S MOM and his beautiful daughter, CRYSTIANNA. The show features Russell on roller skates, performing stand-up, a visit from his friends, (gratuitous) lingerie models, a Manger Sketch (don’t believe the hype!), Last Santa Standing, Stop-Motion Animation, Michael Buble singing from his new Christmas album, shout-outs from the Canadian Troops in Afghanistan, The Mediterranean and Sicily, US soul-singer Goapele singing her classic hit “Closer”, more Michael Buble and the Toronto Bach Children’s Choir all coming together in the finale singing “Hark The Herald Angels Sing”..
Self-deprecating comic Russell Howard plows ahead through politics, porn, social media and his own shortcomings. Yet he somehow keeps it positive.
Russell has been busy cementing his place as one of the hottest properties in comedy with his BBC6 Music show every Sunday, loads of Mock The Week and Never Mind The Buzzcocks on BBC2, Would I Lie To You? and Live At The Apollo on BBC1, Law of the Playground on Channel 4 and Tough Gig, The Brits and The British Comedy Awards on ITV! But it is on stage where Russell really storms it.
Russell Brand displays his distinctive sense of humour live at Hackney Empire.
At the Shepherd's Bush Empire, Russell Brand talks about sex and the ridiculous wording of tabloid newspaper stories.
This DVD package showcases two of Russell Peters' sold-out shows - Show Me The Funny and COMEDY NOW! Move over Howie, Jim, Tom and Mike - Peters is Canada's next big thing. NOW Magazine says, "He's controversial, silly, cerebral, profane, eloquent, a fine mimic, purposefully self-effacing and proves time after time his ability to whip up a crowd.
The popular 'Mock the Week' panellist performs live in front of his home crowd in Bristol as part of his 2014 sell-out 'Wonderbox' tour. Russell performs his usual gleefully juvenile brand of social commentary and discusses some of the joy to be found in everyday experiences.
BBC 3 follows actor and comedian Russell Brand, as he campaigns for abstinence-based recovery programmes and the compassionate treatment of addiction as an illness rather than a crime.
Alice Faye plays the title role in this 1940 film biography of the early-20th-century stage star.
Russell Howard offers his unique perspective on the big stories dominating all of our news outlets, from online and print to broadcast, as well as picking up on those sometimes overlooked things. He uses clips, sketches and studio guests to look at things that have made him smile during the week.
In his first new show since 2009, Russell performs at the legendary Electric Ballroom alongside some of the best comics in the country. It's Russell's first ever TV stand up show and every week he's joined on the bill by two hand-picked comedians. He'll be performing brand new material while also answering questions from twitter and delving into the live audience.
Russell Howard offers his unique take on the week's news and current affairs. He'll be picking through the biggest UK and international stories, and offering a wise and worldly view on the globe's news. Along the way, he'll welcome celebrity guests and leading experts, as well as hear from fledgling global correspondents. Plus, there will be stand-up, too, as Russell showcases some of the comedy scene's finest and most exciting stars.
A four-part docu-series that's an exclusive, backstage pass to global comedy superstar Russell Peters' record-breaking "Notorious" world tour.
Russell Howard takes his “twinkly eyed smasher of a mum” Ninette Howard on an eye-opening trip around the USA, meeting an array of weird and wonderful characters and experiencing their unusual hobbies and obsessions.
Brand X with Russell Brand is an American late-night talk show, stand up comedy television series that premiered on FX on June 28, 2012, starring British comedian Russell Brand and created by Brand and Troy Miller. Its second season concluded on May 2, 2013. On June 6, 2013, FX announced that Brand X would not be renewed for a third season. However, FX has reportedly picked up a scripted pilot starring Brand that will be loosely based on his life.
Def Poetry, also known as Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry or Def Poetry Jam, which was co-founded by Bruce George, Danny Simmons and Deborah Pointer, is an HBO television series produced by hip-hop music entrepreneur Russell Simmons. The series presents performances by established spoken word poets, as well as up-and-coming ones. Well-known actors and musicians will often surprise the audience by showing up to recite their own original poems. The show is hosted by Mos Def. Def Poetry is a spin-off of Def Comedy Jam. As he did on Def Comedy, Simmons appears at the end of every episode to thank the audience. The series included historical legendary poets such as, The Last Poets, Nikki Giovanni, Amiri Baraka and Sonya Sanchez. It also featured poets, Saul Williams, Grammy Award Winning J. Ivy, Jessica Care-Moore and Lemon. Though technically not a poetry slam, Def Poetry has become heavily associated with the poetry slam movement, and utilizes many of poetry slam's best known poets, including National Poetry Slam champions such as Beau Sia, Taylor Mali, Big Poppa E, Mayda del Valle, Mike Mcgee, Alix Olson and Rives, among others. Even poets who are critical of the poetry slam, such as John S. Hall, have acknowledged slam's influence on the show. In a 2005 interview, Hall was quoted as saying,
Def Comedy Jam is an HBO television series produced by Russell Simmons. The series had its original run from July 1, 1992 to January 1, 1997. Simmons was inspired to make Def Comedy Jam by Jerry Lewis' movie The Nutty Professor. The show returned on HBO's fall lineup in 2006. Def Comedy Jam helped to launch the careers of several African-American stand-up comedians.
Running Russell Simmons is an American reality television series on Oxygen that premiered on November 2, 2010. The series chronicles the lives of Russell Simmons and his assistants as they manage his business deals, family life and party planning.
The Russell Brand Show is a chat show presented by Russell Brand. It aired on the British terrestrial TV channel Channel 4 and was broadcast on Friday nights. The programme featured Brand's take on current topics of conversation, a sketch on current topics, guest interviews and live music.
Russell Brand's Ponderland is a BAFTA nominated comedy on the British television station Channel 4, presented by comedian and actor Russell Brand. The show consists largely of Brand giving a series of monologues in a stand-up style, interspersed with old television and video footage. Reruns of the show are often shown on Channel 4's sister channel 4music.
Elgar is a drama documentary made in 1962 by the British director Ken Russell. Made for BBC Television's long-running Monitor programme, it dramatised in vigorous style the life of the archetypically English composer Edward Elgar. The film had the effect of establishing Russell as a major directorial talent, and spawned a series of dramatised biographies of composers by Russell, both for cinema and television. Elgar became "one of the most popular films of its kind ever shown on TV, and contributed to a marked revival of interest in the composer's music." The film was narrated by Huw Wheldon. It was selected by the British Film Institute as one of the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes.
The Russell Gilbert Show is a short-lived Australian comedy show hosted by Russell Gilbert in 1998. It was partially a spin-off from Hey Hey It's Saturday, where Gilbert had risen to prominence. The show's writers included Kevin Blond, Paul Calleja and Andrew Maj. Seven episodes were filmed and aired. In 2000, a similar concept was attempted: Russell Gilbert Live, which was followed in 2001 by Russell Gilbert Was Here!. Both new shows were relatively short-lived.