From an early start playing drums on Blue Peter aged 15, Rowland Rivron has gone on to forge a career of extraordinary breadth and success.
In Autumn 2003, Rowland Rivron returned to the small screen in ‘Never Had It So Good’ (BBC1) and in a new travel show called ‘You Call the Shots’ (BBC1).
Rowland’s many talents include writer, presenter, comedy actor and musician. He has performed and written for many of the groundbreaking programmes on British television. As a musician and writer he has featured on ‘The Tube’, ‘The Young Ones’, ‘The Comic Strip’, ‘Don’t Forgot Your Toothbrush’ and with ‘French and Saunders’ as the charismatic Dwayne, one half of ‘Raw Sex’. Rowland also wrote and starred opposite Jools Holland in ‘The Groovy Fellas’, directed by Tim Pope.
Unforgettable host of his irreverent talk show, ‘The Bunker’, Rowland was a key member of Night Network, the team that first brought 24-hour television to your screens.
Over ten years ago, one of television’s finest comedic partnerships was born when Rowland teamed up with Jonathan Ross on ‘The Last Resort’. The sparks continued to fly when Rowland featured as Jonathan’s side-kick in ‘Saturday Zoo’ and ‘Tonight with Jonathan Ross’.
Since then Rowland Rivron has appeared on:
- Question of TV (BBC1) Team captain,
- Holiday (BBC1) Presenter
- Summer Holiday (BBC1) Presenter
- Never Had it so Good (ITV) Team captain
- Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC2)
- It’s Only TV But I Like It (BBC1)
- Paradise Heights (BBC1)
- Good Stuff (ITV) Presenter
- Cat’s Eyes (BBC1)
- Trust Me I’m A Holiday Rep (C5)
- Comic Relief does Fame Academy (BBC1)