Rowland J. Rivron (born 14 December 1958 in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire), a British comedian, musician, writer, and television presenter. Rivron was brought up in Hillingdon and attended Abbotsfield Secondary School. He has two brothers, Richard and Raymond. He and his wife Monica, nee Appleby, have three children. The couple are avid caravanners, and Monica is the author of The Caravan Cookbook. Rivron first came to fame through his appearances as the comedy character of 'Dr Martin Scrote' on the Jonathan Ross chat show The Last Resort, before appearing on Night Network's Bunker Show. He developed this into a series for Channel 4 called Set of Six about Dr Scrote and his five brothers. In 1989 he starred with Jools Holland in the short-lived series The Groovy Fellers.
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