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Many of his stories told of his fictional childhood in the village of Llanbobl - he was actually born and bred in 's Goals Galore, Pranks Galore, Football Gaffes Galore and TV Gaffes Galore programmes during 2007.
Gilbert is now the official Voice Of Wales for the country's tourist-board; as such, he can be heard on television advertising.
In November 2008, Gilbert appeared on the BBC's Live at the Apollo as a guest; in December 2009, he hosted the show, introducing fellow comedian John Bishop.
On 6 June 2009 Gilbert appeared as the headline act on Michael Mc Intyre's Comedy Roadshow on BBC One, and he guested on 8 out of 10 Cats on 17 July 2009.
The show previewed around the UK in small venues, before being performed at the Edinburgh Festival, the show toured UK theatres from September 2009.
Gilbert has appeared three times on the BBC Two panel show Mock the Week, and guest presented two episodes of Never Mind the Buzzcocks in October 2009 and December 2011 before becoming the permanent presenter for the final series.
Rhodri Paul Gilbert (born 18 October 1968) is a Welsh comedian who was nominated in 2005 for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award.
In 2008, he was nominated for the main comedy award (as the Edinburgh Comedy Awards were then branded).
In August 2010, the BBC commissioned eight episodes of Ask Rhod Gilbert following a successful pilot earlier in 2010, the show featured Gilbert, Greg Davies and Lloyd Langford answering random trivia questions, such as 'Who would win in a race, Usain Bolt or a grizzly bear?', posed by the public and celebrities, with additional celebrity guests on the panel.In January 2012, Gilbert began filming series 3 of the show, it aired on BBC One Wales from and saw him take on jobs such as primary school teacher, zookeeper, drag artist and police officer.Radio Gilbert fronts his own radio show "The Rhod Gilbert Show" on (2006).Awards2002 • Finalist in So You Think You're Funny.2003 • Winner of the Leicester Comedy Festival comedian of the year• Paramount Gift Of The Gag competition • Chortle Award nominee for best new act • Winner of the BBC3 New Comedy Award• Runner-up in the Hackney Empire New Act of The Year competition• Winner of the Metro and Jongleurs Spike Award for New Talent, South East • Winner of the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year at the Leicester Festival • Winner of the National Talent Hunt at the York Festival [  ] 2005• Chortle award for best breakthrough act • Nominated for The List and Writers Guild Award for "1984." • Perrier nominated for Best Newcomer for "1984." 2006• Placed in The Times top 50 comedians• Named one of The Rough Guide to British Cult Comedy's top 50 icons.