The comedian made sure he went out with a bang as he hosted the ceremony for the fifth and final time.
British actor and comedian Ricky Gervais will host the Golden Globes for the fifth time this weekend, as the movie and TV world assembles for the first big awards show of the year.
Thomas Bastable went viral when he was insulted by Ricky Gervais, and he's set to return for 'After Life' in its second season.
The programme, which premiered on the streaming earlier this month, has proven popular with viewers and fans, and Gervais plans to make the most of the positive reception.
The comedians said the word while in conversation with Chris Rock and Jerry Seinfeld for an HBO special
There's going to be a mini-Extras reunion on Ricky Gervais' new Netflix series After Life.
A look back at what makes 'Training' the greatest ever episode of The Office. From Brent's musical interludes to Tim's ever-increasing frustration.
Anyone who’s ever watched the DVD extras on ‘The Office’ or ‘Extras’ or anything involving Ricky Gervais actually, will know the British comic is the king of corpsing on camera. Corpsing – the act of breaking character due to unintentional laughter – is infectious, particularly when you’re working opposite something with an infectious laugh like Gervais and it can cause delays on film shoots while the actors struggle to regain composure in order to complete a take. Watch an exclusive, never-before-seen, blooper clip from the DVD release featuring Gervais as wannabe rock star David Brent, and Diane Morgan (‘Screen Wipe’s Philomena Cunk) as his hapless PR guru Briony Jones, corpsing above.
Ricky Gervais is massive in the Philippines. Well it’s the 1983 debut single of a hot New Wave band called Seona Dancing comprised of a svelte, young Reading native called Ricky and his friend Bill Macrae. Formed by the star during his final year at University College London (UCL), the duo were signed to London Records with hopes of being the next big synth pop hope.