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Fuck Yeah Rhod Gilbert

The comedian with two pointless tattoos who once followed a dodgy looking man into a gay cruising park and sold his car for some tapas.

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Those poor people… =P

They handed over a whole HOTEL to Rhod.

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posted Jul.22.14 + 4 notes + reblog
Rhod’s actually a hotel manager in his last WE episode!

Rhod’s actually a hotel manager in his last WE episode!

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Artist: Chris Corcoran & Eggsy
Track Name: "Rhod Impersonation"
Played: 126 times

Korkey imitates Rhod and nails it.

16 July 2014: Rhod gets an honorary fellowship from Aberystwyth University. This sort of beats that one time he was voted sexiest man in Wales.

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Rhod can do anything! Next year he will be Queen.

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Lord have mercy, this time he is going to die.

Lord have mercy, this time he is going to die.

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posted Jul.03.14 + 7 notes + reblog

Rhod Gilbert by Carl Chapple as part of his portrait exhibition at Penarth Pier Pavilion
This painting began as a couple of oil sketches made in Rhod Gilbert’s front room, painted as he worked. Being away from my studio, and working in a softer light than I’m used to, led to a more muted painting than I might otherwise have made, which I’m pleased about.
One of the things I’ve found most interesting about this project has been working with people whose stage personas may reflect particular - often quite extravert - aspects of their personalities, but when sitting for a portrait they’ve presented a calmer, quieter side. My picture of Rhod exemplifies this, I think.

Rhod Gilbert by Carl Chapple as part of his portrait exhibition at Penarth Pier Pavilion

This painting began as a couple of oil sketches made in Rhod Gilbert’s front room, painted as he worked. Being away from my studio, and working in a softer light than I’m used to, led to a more muted painting than I might otherwise have made, which I’m pleased about.

One of the things I’ve found most interesting about this project has been working with people whose stage personas may reflect particular - often quite extravert - aspects of their personalities, but when sitting for a portrait they’ve presented a calmer, quieter side. My picture of Rhod exemplifies this, I think.

(Source: walesonline.co.uk)