David Frost was an English comedian, host, media personality, actor, and writer. He is best known for hosting shows such as ‘That Was the Week That Was’ (1962), ‘Breakfast with Frost’ (1993 – 2005), and ‘Frost Over the World’ (2006 -2012). He started his media career as an assistant producer in the TV series ‘This Week’ in 1956. He worked as a TV presenter in shows such as ‘A Degree of Frost’ (1964), ‘The Frost Programme’ (1966-1967), ‘The David Frost Revue’ (1971-1972), ‘The Frost Programme’ (1970 -1973, 1993-1995), ‘Talking with David Frost’ (1993-1997), ‘Breakfast’ (2007-2011), and ‘The Frost Interview ‘ (2012-2013). As an actor, he has appeared in the 1963 film The V.I.P.s’ as a reporter. He has also worked on TV series’ ‘Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In’ (1970) and ‘Here’s Lucy’ (1971). He was honored with ‘Order of the British Empire’ (OBE) in 1970, and ‘Knight Bachelor’ in 1993.
The satirical film follows Michael Rimmer who joins an insignificant British ad agency where he manipulates his way to a place of authority and taking the company to the top position, he becomes a polling specialist. He enters politics to become MP, and acquires wealth and attractive wife. Ruthlessly, he climbs the ladder of success to procure total power of the country.
A group of guests are staying at General Futtock’s country estate for the weekend. However, things soon turn chaotic.
David Frost Awards
|The David Frost Show||Outstanding Variety Series - Talk||1971|
|The David Frost Show||Outstanding Variety or Musical Series||1970|
|Winner||Best Small Ensemble Performance||2012|
|Winner||Best Choral Performance||2011|
|Winner||Producer of the Year, Classical||2011|
|Winner||Best Surround Sound Album||2011|
|Winner||Best Classical Vocal Performance||2010|
|Winner||Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (without orchestra)||2010|
|Winner||Best Classical Album||2011|
|Winner||Best Engineered Album, Classical||2014|
|Winner||Best Classical Vocal Solo||2014|