A series of comedy shorts which follows Matt Berry as he picks a eclectic array of events and anniversaries and puts them under the comedy microscope.
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Matt Berry Does... - Rich Fulcher - Netflix
Richard “Rich” Fulcher (born November 18, 1968) is an American comedian and author based in the United Kingdom. He is best known for his roles in the British comedy series The Mighty Boosh and as Edward Sheath in the American series Jon Benjamin Has a Van. He also makes appearances in Noel Fielding's more recent show, Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy. His other appearances include Snuff Box alongside Matt Berry and Unnatural Acts with Julian Barratt and Fielding of The Mighty Boosh.
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Fulcher is more well known in the UK than in his native country. In the US, Fulcher was one of the “undercover” comedians who posed as various absurd talk show guests in the 2004 Comedy Central series Crossballs. His other American claim to fame is that he is the London body double for the character Garth in Wayne's World 2. In 1998 he starred in and wrote for the sketch show Unnatural Acts for the Paramount Comedy Channel alongside his future Mighty Boosh co-stars Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding and also Seán Cullen and Rich Easter. Fulcher played a baker in AD/BC: A Rock Opera, where he collaborated with Matt Berry. The pair then starred in their own comedy series, Snuff Box, on BBC Three. In addition to his acting and writing Fulcher is also a singer and dancer, and has employed these talents in various Boosh episodes and stage shows, on Snuff Box, and as tech correspondent/stand up comic Dane Rivers on the comedy videocast Goodnight Burbank. He was interviewed on the first episode of comedian Steve Agee's podcast The John Show. He has also provided the voice over for an MBNA credit card advert. In 2007 he provided the vocals to the electro song “Uncle Kevin” by DeadDogInBlackBag. On November 5, 2007 he starred in Golf War on E4, alongside Season 1 Boosh regulars Simon Farnaby and Matt Berry. He currently stars in ITV's mobile TV show The Gym as Dave Darblay, a life coach unable to recover from the loneliness of being left by his wife. In 2008, he also appeared in an episode of Adult Swim's Fat Guy Stuck in Internet entitled “Beast and Breakfast”, as well as playing the character of Mr Brilliance in new BBC Three comedy, Trexx and Flipside. He also appeared as the priest at Sarah Silverman's wedding to her dog in a 2008 episode of The Sarah Silverman Program, and reprises the role in the later episode “Nightmayor”. It was announced on November 11, 2008 that MTV had commissioned a spin-off series of The Mighty Boosh, starring Rich Fulcher as Eleanor, the transvestite who appeared in the Mighty Boosh Series Three episode “Eels”. It is not clear if any other Mighty Boosh characters will appear in it. A 20-minute pilot episode has already been made, which can be viewed on several comedy websites currently and is expected to air on MTV2 shortly (as will the series). He appeared as a talent show judge in series 3 of the hit British TV drama Skins, and appeared on the final episode of the US TV series Monk. In addition, Fulcher had a recurring role the Comedy Central show Jon Benjamin Has a Van as Edward Sheath, a consumer advocate bringing attention to the terrible things he does in the segment “Shame on Me”. He guest starred as a jaybird in the episode “Apple Thief” of Adventure Time. The episode aired on October 3, 2011. He guest starred in the episode “Exes and Oh-No's!” of the Adult Swim show NTSF:SD:SUV. He presents the music show InPutOutPut on Channel 4 which is currently showing season 2. Fulcher voiced one of the elves in Arthur Christmas on November 23, 2011. On November 25, 2011, he guest starred in an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants titled “Way of the Sponge”, playing Fuzzy Acorns. He was recently on Euro's Most Shocking Moments and discussed his likes and dislikes about the competition. On July 16, 2013, he appeared on Comedy Central's Drunk History retelling the story of Abraham Lincoln during his time as a lawyer. He has since returned to the series on several occasions, portraying Porter Wagoner, Julius Waties Waring, William A. Clark, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, He is one of a very small number of actors to have appeared as both a historical reenactor and the inebriated storyteller. On 2014-2015, he voiced Queen Entozoa/Sourdough and one of the worms in an episode of a Disney animated show Wander Over Yonder. He also made an appearance on Regular Show in episode 16: “Butt Dial” as the Answering Machine, one of the Phone Guardians. He also made an appearance on Rick and Morty in episode 9: “Something Ricked This Way Comes” as King Flippy-nips, ruler of Pluto. On March 1, 2015, he guest starred in an episode of Bob's Burgers titled “The Gayle Tales”, playing a character named Stacy. Later in 2015, Fulcher appeared in BBC Three comedy Top Coppers as Mayor Grady. He guest starred on two episodes of Cartoon Network's The Amazing World of Gumball as Frankie Watterson, Richard's estranged conman father: “The Signature” (from season four) and “The Outside” (from season 5). He currently voices Watson in Animation Domination High-Def's web-series, The Adventures of OG Sherlock Kush. In 2017, Fulcher appeared in Curb Your Enthusiasm, playing the role of a restaurant manager in Series 9, Episode 3 - A Disturbance in the Kitchen. Fulcher appeared in the 2018 episode “I'm Sick” on the Netflix series “Love”, playing the character of Glen Michener, an actor who played the role of Michael Myers in Halloween.
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