Rory Bremner is a Scottish impressionist, comedian and playwright, noted for his work in political satire and impressions of British public figures. He studied Modern Languages at King's College London, graduating with a degree in French and German in 1984.
In 1999 Brenmer revived and translated Georg Kaiser’s and Kurt Weill’s opera and play The Silverlake. He also translated Carmen (2001) by Georges Bizet and Brecht’s A Respectable Wedding in 2007, produced at the Young Vic as a Part of The Big Brecht Fest: Brecht Double Bill 1. Most recently in 2011 Bremner translated the opera Orpheus in the Underworld, by Jacques Offenbach also produced at the Young Vic with Scottish Opera and Northern Ireland Opera.
He has made his drama debut in Relative Values at the Theatre Royal Bath directed by Trevor Nunn before its West End transfer.
Bremner contributed to And There's More, Spitting Image and Week Ending, and by 1987 he had his own BBC 2 show, Now – Something Else. He later moved to Channel 4 with Rory Bremner, Who Else?
He took part in the 2011 series of Strictly Come Dancing and most recently in 2013 he began hosting a new Channel 4 quiz show, Face the Clock. Other television credits include Whose Line Is It Anyway, Mock the Week and Bremner, Bird and Fortune.