has happened to Brian, something terrifying, something very,
very wrong. He is smiling. Since we last saw this morose,
tortured, paranoid peddler of abstract expressionist art,
he has got himself a girlfriend. Daisy's best friend Twist
has taken Brian to a place his life has rarely allowed him
entry. Happiness. The key to this magical world? Sex, lots
and lots of sex. Yet somehow all is not well, contentment
and Brian are not entirely compatible. Love may have given
him new heart but deep down, who's to say he wants it?
Name: Brian Can't
These descriptions are taken from the Spaced Series 2 press
pack. They are probably the best and most in-depth things around,
and I don't claim any ownership or copyright of them, and acknowledge
that whoever wrote them did a damn good job...
his early career rooted in theatre, street theatre, cabaret
and children's television, MARK HEAP's credits have since ranged
from Big Train (with fellow Spaced star Simon Pegg), Kiss Me
Kate, Smith & Jones, plus two series of How Do You Want
Me? alongside Dylan Moran and the ten-part series The Strangerers
for Sky One. Mark has worked with Chris Morris on Brass Eye
and on three series of Blue Jam for Radio 1. He was recently
seen in the television version of Jam on Channel 4 and has recently
completed Happiness with Paul Whitehouse. Mark is also the voice
behind cartoon character Stressed Eric. Mark has also worked
in Chris Morris's Brass Eye and played a "paedophile"
on the controversial special.