British actors Brian Blessed (L) and Anette Crosbie pose for pictures with a post card signed by celebrities in support of greater transparency on animal research on behalf of the National Anti-Vivisection Society on World Day for Laboratory Animals before giving it to 10 Downing street in central London on April 24, 2013.
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Climbing Everest with oxygen 'not adventure'
HARD MAN: Brian Blessed has attempted to climb Mt Everest several times. THE BEGINNING: Prayer flags adorn an alpine shrine on the trek to Everest Base Camp in the high Himalaya. Veteran English actor Brian Blessed has slammed people using oxygen to clim from Stuff.co.nz Read more »
The three straws the Tories grasp when they fantasise about a second term
David Cameron shares a joke with actor Brian Blessed on Downing Street in central London on April 24, 2013. Photograph: Getty Images. If the Tories had set out in government with the aim of deliberately making themselves unpopular, they might not have pr from New Statesman Read more »
BBC responds to Margaret Thatcher 'Have I Got News For You' complaints
The BBC has responded to complaints made about last week's edition of Have I Got News For You. Hosted by Brian Blessed, comedian Bridget Christie and former mayor of London Ken Livingstone joined regulars Paul Merton and Ian Hislop on the first edition o from Digital Spy Read more »
War of the Roses video features Brian Blessed’s commanding voice
Paradox has released a video for War of the Roses, featuring Brian Blessed doing his voice over work for the game’s optional DLC. The “Brain Blessed VO PacK’ replaces the voice of the game’s current announcer and can be purchased via Steam for $4.99. from VG247 Read more »
Brian Blessed bellows in War of the Roses DLC
It's difficult to make a living purely from being loud and enthusiastic--I should know--but bless him, Brian Blessed somehow manages. Britain's favourite bearded loud man, who you may know as the hawkman Prince Vultan from the movie Flash Gordon, has bee from Shacknews Read more »