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‘Succession’ star Brian Cox joins Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer comedy ‘The Glove’

Succession actor Brian Cox has joined the cast of UK comedy The Glove, starring Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, which is set to shoot in spring 2023. The film, which marks the feature debut of longstanding UK comedy duo Reeves and Mortimer, has been in development since 2018 and will begin filming on location in the UK next year.
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NME

Vic Reeves set to be retired after “swansong” film

Jim Moir has revealed that he plans to retire his stage alter ego Vic Reeves after the planned upcoming film The Glove. The comedian and artist has performed under the moniker for a number of decades, though has said that the big screen outing will likely act as a “swansong” for Reeves.
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Telegraph

Vic Reeves: 'I paint in the nude with just a pair of boots on'

Jim Moir rises at 6am, blown out of bed by an image freshly mushrooming in his imagination, which carries him through to his studio at his home in Kent where he will attempt to transfer it to the canvas by lunch. His wife, the model and presenter Nancy Sorrell, he...

Vic Reeves reveals inoperable tumour has left him deaf in one ear

The comedian Vic Reeves has spoken for the first time about being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour that has left him deaf in one ear. The 62-year-old, best known for his double act with Bob Mortimer as Vic and Bob, has a vestibular schwannoma, also known as acoustic neuroma, which is a type of non-cancerous brain tumour.
The Independent

Vic Reeves reveals he has an inoperable brain tumour

The comedian Vic Reeves has revealed that he has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor which has left him deaf in one ear. The 62-year-old has a vestibular schwannoma, also known as acoustic neuroma, which is a type of non-cancerous brain tumour. Mr Reeves revealed that his grape-sized tumour...
NME

Vic Reeves reveals he has a benign brain tumour

Comedian Vic Reeves has revealed that he has an inoperable but non-cancerous brain tumour, which has left him completely deaf in one ear. Speaking on The Adam Buxton Podcast, Reeves revealed that he has a vestibular schwannoma, a type of non-cancerous brain tumour that can also be known as an acoustic neuroma.

UK Comedian Vic Reeves Reveals He Has Non-Cancerous Brain Tumor That Has Left Him With Hearing Loss

Vic Reeves, aka Jim Moir, the UK comedian and TV personality known for his pairing with Bob Mortimer, has spoken for the first time publicly about being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Appearing on the Adam Buxton Podcast, Reeves said he has vestibular schwannoma, also known as acoustic neuroma, a non-cancerous brain tumor. He added that it is being monitored for any changes and that it has left him deaf in one ear. “It’s benign. They can’t remove it. They can shrink it or they can just leave it and keep an eye on it, and that’s what they’re doing,” he...
BBC

Vic Reeves: Brain tumour leaves comic deaf in one ear

Comedian Vic Reeves has revealed he has a benign brain tumour which has left him "100% deaf" in one ear. The TV star, 62, whose real name is Jim Moir, said the growth is inoperable and has curtailed his hobbies such as listening to music and bird watching. He told...
Telegraph

Vic Reeves: Inoperable brain tumour has made me deaf in one ear

Jim Moir, the comedian otherwise known as Vic Reeves, has been diagnosed with a benign brain tumour that has left him deaf in one ear. Never again would he be able to listen to records in stereo, Moir said. Moir, 62, has a vestibular schwannoma, a non-cancerous tumour that develops...