Design For Living


Design For Living

Gus Brown

Gus trained at Cambridge University.

His theatre credits include: The Busy Body (Southwark Playhouse), Faustus (Headlong Theatre), Jeremy Lion: For Your Entertainment (Phil MacIntyre/Menier Chocolate Factory), Visible (Cardboard Citizens), Art (Holders Season), Wolves At The Window (Fledgling/Brits Off-Broadway), Laurence & Gus: Next In Line (Edinburgh), A History Of The World In Five And A Half Sketches (Laurence & Gus - Soho Theatre), The Blue Diamond Of Azkabar (Changeling Theatre Company), The Waves (BAC/Passepartout), All Will Become Clear (Laurence And Gus), Eurydice (Straydogs/Whitehall Theatre), Design For Living (English Touring Theatre), The Winter's Tale (Cambridge Theatre Overseas).

His television credits include: Zapped (Baby Cow for Dave), Claude The Solicitor (Objective for Channel 4), From Cradle To The Grave (ITV Studios for BBC2), Toast Of London (Objective/Channel 4), Trying Again (Avalon/Sky), Fresh Meat (Objective/Channel 4), Bleak Old Shop Of Stuff (BBC), Miranda Hart's Joke Shop (BBC), Game Over (So Television), FM (ITV Productions), Jeremy Lion (Granada TV Ltd), That Mitchell & Webb Look (BBC Television), Green Wing (Talkback Productions), Broken News (BBC Television), The Robinsons (BBC Television), Tynan - In Praise Of Hardcore (BBC Television), The All New Harry Hill Show (Carlton Television), Dave Gorman's Important Astrology Experiment (BBC Television), My Hero (Big Bear), Chambers (BBC Television), Daydream Believers (Carlton Television), Fun At The Funeral Parlour (BBC Television), The Mitchell And Webb Situation (BBC Television), Happiness (BBC Television), Station Jim (BBC Television), The Al New Harry Hill Show (Carlton Television), The Bill "Free To Speak" (Thames Television).

His film credits include: Johnny English 3 (Working Title), Paddington 2 (Marmalade Films), Paddington (Marmalade Films/StudioCanal), All Stars (Vertigo), That Girl From Rio (Casanova).

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