Robert Llewellyn is perhaps best known for his portrayal of Kryten in Red Dwarf. Still the show with the highest ever ratings for BBC2, the last series was made in 1998, but the long awaited movie is just around the corner.
Robert went on to present Channel 4’s Scrapheap Challenge. The engineering-based show featuring two teams competing to build a working machine from spare parts salvaged from a scrapyard.
Robert’s series Carpool started out as an online podcast. The show sees Robert interviewing celebrities whilst giving them a lift in his Hybrid Toyota. Past guests include Stephen Fry, Sir Patrick Stewart, Quentin Willson and Robert’s Red Dwarf co-stars. The podcasts proved so popular that comedy channel Dave took the series on.
Robert has a long string of writing credits, including Therapy and How to Avoid It, co-written with Nigel Planer. In 2008 he published Sold Out: How I survived a year of not shopping – based on his series of films on YouTube.
A technology entrepreneur at heart, with both a keen interest and eye on the future, Robert has devised the software application Womanwizard. It allows men to create a virtual wife, then experiment and learn about their relationship without putting any real world relationships at risk.
During his key note presentation, Robert will put the Future in Future PMO and inspire you to think differently.