Actor and comedian Russell Brand provides the voice of a teenage rabbit who becomes the Easter Bunny in the 2011 film "Hop." Since the rabbit was animated, co-star Kaley Cuoco told E! Online that she never worked with Brand, but instead with a bean bag rabbit. "I prefer the bean bag actually," she joked. "It didn't talk back."
Brand plays the lead character, drunken playboy Arthur Bach, in the 2011 remake of 1981's "Arthur."
Brand kisses wife Katy Perry at the 2011 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011. She wore a custom-made Giorgio Armani gown and feather wings, and he matched with a Giorgio Armani suit. Their 2010 wedding was held near a tiger sanctuary in India, the same location where he proposed after they'd known each other for just two months.
Brand and mother Barbara Brand pose at the Vanity Fair Oscar party held in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2011. Brand, an only child, lived with relatives when he was young while his mother was treated for uterine and breast cancer.
In 2010, Brand played the jester Trinculo, along with Alfred Molina as Stephano and Djimon Hounsou as Caliban in the movie version of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
Brand and Jonah Hill, his co-star in 2010's "Get Him to the Greek," pose with bikini-clad ladies by London's Tower Bridge on Sunday, June 20, 2010. In the film, Brand plays a drug-addled rocker and Hill is the hapless talent scout who must safely guide him to a concert in L.A.
In 2008, Brand starred with Adam Sandler in "Bedtime Stories," a family comedy about a hotel handyman who suddenly finds his fanciful stories coming true.
Brand poses at the premiere of "Bedtime Stories" in Los Angeles on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2008.
Brand's character from "Get Him to the Greek" was actually introduced in 2008's "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." Again he played rocker Aldous Snow, a recovering alcoholic and drug addict, with Kristen Bell as Sarah, his new girlfriend.
Brand's autobiography, "My Booky Wook," was published in 2007 and received generally positive reviews. The New York Times Book Review called it "a child's garden of vices." He's since published two other books, including a sequel to "My Booky Wook."
Brand and Sean "Diddy" Combs attend the White Party hosted by Combs and Ashton Kutcher to help raise awareness for Malaria No More in Beverly Hills, Calif., in 2009.