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Rob Brydon to receive Bafta Cymru honour

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Laura Chamberlain Laura Chamberlain | 14:30 UK time, Friday, 21 May 2010

Welsh comedian Rob Brydon will be honoured at Sunday evening's Bafta Cymru Film, Television and Interactive Media Awards ceremony with the Siân Phillips award.

Rob Brydon

The prestigious prize, named in honour of Welsh actor Siân Phillips, is awarded for outstanding achievements in network television and film. It has previously been won by Welsh stars Ruth Jones, Ioan Gruffudd, Michael Sheen, Russell T Davies and Rhys Ifans.

Read more on the story on the BBC Wales News website, and read our previous blog on the 2010 Bafta Cymru nominations.

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