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Roy 'Chubby' Brown was born on February 5, in Grangetown, Middlesbrough, England as Royston Vasey. He is a writer, known for U.F.O. (), The League of Gentlemen () and Roy Chubby Brown: Obscene and Not Heard (). Roy Chubby Brown: Obscene and Not Heard Writer.
Description:In , Brown was set to appear as a talking lamppost in Robin Sheppard 's film adaptation of Richard Milward 's novel, Apples. Britain's Rudest Comedian was broadcast on Channel 4 on 8 May The fictional town where the characters were based had been named Royston Vasey from the start. It is certainly Carry On-esque in places, but where Sid James and co. He also spent time in a borstal and prison. During his long career, he has caused offence by mocking various groups and individuals, including ethnic minorities, women, the Queen Mother whose death occurred hours before the recording of his show Standing Room Only , and himself, yet he maintains a loyal fan base in the north of England. What could have been a classic Brit comedy ends up as a messy patchwork of sketches, with even Brown himself admitting he didn't have a clue what was going on most of the time.