Contents 1 Early years 2 Career 2.1 1970s 2.2 1980s 2.3 1990–present 3 Family 3.1 Peerage and heirs 3.2 Ancestry 4 Personal life 5 Off-stage demeanor 6 Filmography 6.1 Film 6.2 Television 7 Recurring cast members 8 Titles and styles 9 Awards and nominations 10 References 11 External links

Early years[edit] Guest was born in New York City, the son of Peter Haden-Guest, a British United Nations diplomat who later became the 4th Baron Haden-Guest, and his second wife, Jean Pauline Hindes, an American former vice president of casting at CBS.[2] Guest's paternal grandfather, Leslie, Baron Haden-Guest, was a Labour Party politician, who was a convert to Judaism. Guest's paternal grandmother, a descendant of the Dutch Jewish Goldsmid family, was the daughter of Colonel Albert Goldsmid, a British officer who founded the Jewish Lads' and Girls' Brigade and the Maccabaeans.[3][4] Guest's maternal grandparents were Jewish emigrants from Russia.[2] Both of Guest's parents had become atheists, and Guest had no religious upbringing.[4] Nearly a decade before he was born, his uncle, David Guest, a lecturer and Communist Party member, was killed in the Spanish Civil War, fighting in the International Brigades. Guest spent parts of his childhood in his father's native United Kingdom. He attended The High School of Music & Art (New York City), studying classical music (clarinet) at the Stockbridge School in Interlaken, Massachusetts. He later took up the mandolin, became interested in country music, and played guitar with Arlo Guthrie, a fellow student at Stockbridge School.[5] Guest later began performing with bluegrass bands until he took up rock and roll.[6] Guest studied acting at New York University's Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts, graduating in 1971.[7]

Career[edit] 1970s[edit] Guest began his career in theatre during the early 1970s with one of his earliest professional performances being the role of Norman in Michael Weller's Moonchildren for the play's American premiere at the Arena Stage in Washington D.C. in November 1971. Guest continued with the production when it moved to Broadway in 1972. The following year he began making contributions to The National Lampoon Radio Hour for a variety of National Lampoon audio recordings. He both performed comic characters (Flash Bazbo—Space Explorer, Mr. Rogers, music critic Roger de Swans, and sleazy record company rep Ron Fields) and wrote, arranged and performed numerous musical parodies (of Bob Dylan, James Taylor and others). He was featured alongside Chevy Chase and John Belushi in the Off-Broadway revue National Lampoon's Lemmings. Two of his earliest film roles were small parts as uniformed police officers in the 1972 film The Hot Rock and 1974's Death Wish. Guest played a small role in the 1977 All In the Family episode "Mike and Gloria Meet", where in a flashback sequence Mike and Gloria recall their first blind date, set up by Michael's college buddy Jim (Guest), who dated Gloria's girlfriend Debbie (Priscilla Lopez). 1980s[edit] Guest's biggest role of the first two decades of his career is likely that of Nigel Tufnel in the 1984 Rob Reiner film This Is Spinal Tap. Guest made his first appearance as Tufnel on the 1978 sketch comedy program The TV Show. Along with Martin Short, Billy Crystal and Harry Shearer, Guest was hired as a one-year only cast member for the 1984–85 season on NBC's Saturday Night Live. Recurring characters on SNL played by Guest include Frankie, of Willie and Frankie (coworkers who recount in detail physically painful situations in which they have found themselves, remarking laconically "I hate when that happens"); Herb Minkman, a shady novelty toymaker with a brother named Al (played by Crystal); Rajeev Vindaloo, an eccentric foreign man in the same vein as Andy Kaufman's Latka character from Taxi; and Señor Cosa, a Spanish ventriloquist often seen on the recurring spoof of The Joe Franklin Show. He also experimented behind the camera with pre-filmed sketches, notably directing a documentary-style short starring Shearer and Short as synchronized swimmers. In another short film from SNL, Guest and Crystal appear as retired Negro league baseball players, "The Rooster and the King". He appeared as Count Rugen in The Princess Bride. He had a cameo role as the first customer, a pedestrian, in the 1986 musical remake of The Little Shop of Horrors, that also featured Steve Martin. As a co-writer and director, Guest made the Hollywood satire The Big Picture. Upon his father succeeding to the family peerage in 1987, he was known as The Hon. Christopher Haden-Guest. This was his official style and name until he inherited the barony in 1996. 1990–present[edit] The experience of having made Spinal Tap would directly inform the second phase of his career. Starting in 1996, Guest began writing, directing and acting in his own series of substantially improvised films. Many of them would come to be definitive examples of what came to be known as "mockumentaries"-- not a term Guest appreciates in describing his unusual approach to exploring the passions that make the characters in his films so interesting. He maintains that his intention is not to mock anyone, but to explore insular, perhaps obscure communities through his method of filmmaking. His frequent writing partner is Eugene Levy. Together, Levy, Guest and a small band of other actors have formed a loose repertory group, which appear across several films. These include Catherine O'Hara, Michael McKean, Parker Posey, Bob Balaban, Jane Lynch, John Michael Higgins, Harry Shearer, Jennifer Coolidge, Ed Begley, Jr. and Fred Willard. Guest and Levy write backgrounds for each of the characters and notecards for each specific scene, outlining the plot, and then leave it up to the actors to improvise the dialogue, which is supposed to result in a much more natural conversation than scripted dialogue would. Typically, everyone who appears in these movies receives the same fee and the same portion of profits.[8] Guest had a guest voice-over role in the animated comedy series SpongeBob SquarePants as SpongeBob's cousin, Stanley. Guest appeared as Dr. Stone in A Few Good Men (1992), as Lord Cromer in Mrs Henderson Presents (2005) and in the 2009 comedy The Invention of Lying. He is also currently a member of the musical group The Beyman Bros, which he formed with childhood friend David Nichtern and Spinal Tap's current keyboardist C. J. Vanston. Their debut album Memories of Summer as a Child was released on January 20, 2009.[9] In 2010, the United States Census Bureau paid $2.5 million to have a television commercial directed by Guest shown during television coverage of Super Bowl XLIV.[10] Guest holds an honorary doctorate from and is a member of the board of trustees for Berklee College of Music in Boston.[11] He was most recently the writer and producer of the HBO series, Family Tree, a lighthearted story in the style he made famous in Spinal Tap, in which the main character, Tom Chadwick, inherits a box of curios from his great aunt, spurring interest in his ancestry. On August 11, 2015, Netflix announced that Mascots, a film about the competition for the World Mascot Association championships's Gold Fluffy Award, would debut in 2016.[12]

Family[edit] Peerage and heirs[edit] Coat of arms – Baron Haden-Guest, of Saling in the County of Essex Guest became the 5th Baron Haden-Guest, of Great Saling, in the County of Essex, when his father died in 1996. He succeeded upon the ineligibility of his older half-brother, Anthony Haden-Guest, who was born prior to the marriage of his parents. According to an article in The Guardian, Guest attended the House of Lords regularly until the House of Lords Act 1999 barred most hereditary peers from their seats. In the article Guest remarked: There's no question that the old system was unfair. I mean, why should you be born to this? But now it's all just sheer cronyism. The Prime Minister can put in whoever he wants and bus them in to vote. The Upper House should be an elected body, it's that simple.[1] Ancestry[edit] ‹ The template below (Ahnentafel top) is being considered for merging. See templates for discussion to help reach a consensus. › Ancestors of Christopher Guest ‹ The template below (Ahnentafel-compact5) is being considered for merging. See templates for discussion to help reach a consensus. ›                                     8. Dr. Alexander Haden-Guest                       4. Leslie Haden-Guest, 1st Baron Haden-Guest                             9. Catharine Anna Johnson                       2. Peter Albert Michael Haden-Guest, 4th Baron Haden-Guest                                   10. Col. Albert Edward Williamson Goldsmid                       5. Muriel Carmel Goldsmid                             11. Ida Stewart Hendriks                       1. Christopher Haden-Guest, 5th Baron Haden-Guest                                         6. Dr. Albert George Hindes                             3. Jean Pauline Hindes, Baroness Haden-Guest                                   7. Rose N.N.                           ‹ The template below (Ahnentafel bottom) is being considered for merging. See templates for discussion to help reach a consensus. ›

Personal life[edit] Guest married actress Jamie Lee Curtis in 1984 at the home of their mutual friend, Rob Reiner. They have two adopted children: Anne (born 1986) and Thomas (born 1996). Because Guest's children are adopted, they cannot inherit the family barony under the terms of the letters patent that created it, though a 2004 Royal Warrant addressing the style of a peer's adopted children states that they can use courtesy titles. The current heir presumptive to the barony is Guest's younger brother, actor Nicholas Guest.

Off-stage demeanor[edit] As reported by Louis B. Hobson, "On film, Guest is a hilariously droll comedian. In person he is serious and almost dour." He quotes Guest as saying "People want me to be funny all the time. They think I'm being funny no matter what I say or do and that's not the case. I rarely joke unless I'm in front of a camera. It's not what I am in real life. It's what I do for a living."[13]

Filmography[edit] Film[edit] Year Title Credit Role Notes Actor Writer Director Producer 1971 The Hospital Yes No No No Resident Uncredited 1972 The Hot Rock Yes No No No Policeman 1973 National Lampoon Lemmings Yes Yes No No Musical arranger 1974 Death Wish Yes No No No Patrolman Jackson Reilly 1975 The Fortune Yes No No No Boy Lover Tarzoon: Shame of the Jungle Yes No No No Chief M'Bulu / Short / Nurse Voice only 1978 Girlfriends Yes No No No Eric 1979 The Last Word Yes No No No Roger 1980 The Long Riders Yes No No No Charley Ford The Missing Link Yes No No No No Lobes English version; voice 1981 Heartbeeps Yes No No No Calvin 1984 This Is Spinal Tap Yes Yes No No Nigel Tufnel Composer, musician 1985 Martin Short: Concert for the North Americas Yes No No No Rajiv Vindaloo 1986 Little Shop of Horrors Yes No No No The First Customer 1987 Beyond Therapy Yes No No No Bob The Princess Bride Yes No No No Count Tyrone Rugen, the six-fingered man 1988 Sticky Fingers Yes No No No Sam 1989 The Big Picture No Yes Yes No 1992 A Few Good Men Yes No No No Dr. Stone 1994 The Return of Spinal Tap Yes No No No Nigel Tufnel 1997 Waiting for Guffman Yes Yes Yes No Corky St. Clair 1998 Almost Heroes No No Yes No Small Soldiers Yes No No No Slamfist/Scratch-It Voice 2000 Best in Show Yes Yes Yes No Harlan Pepper 2003 A Mighty Wind Yes Yes Yes No Alan Barrows 2005 Mrs Henderson Presents Yes No No No Lord Cromer 2006 For Your Consideration Yes Yes Yes No Jay Berman 2009 Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Yes No No No Ivan the Terrible The Invention of Lying Yes No No No Nathan Goldfrappe 2012 Her Master's Voice No No No Yes 2016 Mascots Yes Yes Yes No Corky St. Clair Netflix film Television[edit] Year Title Credit Role Notes Actor Writer Director Producer 1975 Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell No Yes No No Variety series The Lily Tomlin Special No Yes No No TV special 1976 The Billion Dollar Bubble Yes No No No Al Green TV film TVTV Looks at the Oscars No Yes No No TV Special TVTV: Super Bowl No Yes No No TV Special The TVTV Show Yes Yes No No Various TV Special 1977 It Happened One Christmas Yes No No No Harry Bailey TV film The Andros Targets Yes No No No Gordon Hamilton Episode: "A Currency for Murder" All in the Family Yes No No No Jim Episode: "Mike and Gloria Meet" 1978 Laverne & Shirley Yes No No No Greg Harris Episode: "Bus Stop" Peeping Times No Yes No No Television special 1979 Blind Ambition Yes No No No Jeb Stuart Magruder Miniseries The Chevy Chase National Humor Test Yes Yes No No Various Television special 1980 Haywire Yes No No No The T.V. Director Television film 1982 Million Dollar Infield Yes No No No Bucky Frische Television film A Piano for Mrs. Cimino Yes No No No Philip Ryan Television film St. Elsewhere Yes No No No H.J. Cummings 2 episodes 1984–85 Saturday Night Live Yes Yes No No Various 19 episodes 1986 Tall Tales & Legends No Yes No No Episode: "Johnny Appleseed" 1989 Trying Times No No Yes No Episode: "The Sad Professor" Billy Crystal: Midnight Train to Moscow Yes No No No The Voice Stand-up special I, Martin Short, Goes Hollywood Yes No No No Antoninus DiMentabella 1991 Morton & Hayes Yes Yes Yes Yes El Supremo / Crooner / Dr. Von Astor 3 episodes; composed theme music Amnesty International's Big 3-0 Yes No No No Nigel Tufnel Television special 1992 The Simpsons Yes No No No Nigel Tufnel Episode: "The Otto Show" Voice 1993 Animaniacs Yes No No No Umlatt Episode: "King Yakko" Voice Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman No No Yes No Television film; composer 1999 Dilbert Yes No No No The Dupey Episode: "The Dupey" Voice 2003 MADtv Yes No No No Nigel Tufnel Episode: season 8, episode 21 2007 SpongeBob SquarePants Yes No No No Stanley S. SquarePants Episode: "Banned in Bikini Bottom / Stanley S. SquarePants" Voice 2009 Stonehenge: 'Tis a Magic Place Yes No No No Nigel Tufnel 3 episodes 2012 84th Academy Awards Yes No Yes No Focus Group Member Directed focus group segment 2013 Family Tree Yes Yes Yes Yes Dave Chadwick / Phineas Chadwick 8 episodes; also co-creator composed credits theme

Recurring cast members[edit] Actor This Is Spinal Tap (1984) The Big Picture (1989) Waiting for Guffman (1997) Almost Heroes (1998) Best in Show (2000) A Mighty Wind (2003) For Your Consideration (2006) Family Tree (2013) Mascots (2016) Bob Balaban Ed Begley, Jr. Jennifer Coolidge John Michael Higgins Michael Hitchcock Don Lake Eugene Levy Jane Lynch Michael McKean Larry Miller Chris O'Dowd Catherine O'Hara Jim Piddock Parker Posey Harry Shearer Fred Willard [8][14]

Titles and styles[edit] February 5, 1948 – May 26, 1987: Mister Christopher Haden-Guest May 26, 1987 – April 8, 1996: The Honourable Christopher Haden-Guest April 8, 1996 – present: The Right Honourable The Lord Haden-Guest

Awards and nominations[edit] Year Award Category Film Result[15] 1976 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Special Ann Elder Shared with Earl Pomerantz, Jim Rusk, Lily Tomlin, Rod Warren, George Yanok The Lily Tomlin Special Won 1995 International Fantasy Film Award Best Film Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman (1993 film) Nominated 1998 Independent Spirit Award Best Male Lead Waiting for Guffman Nominated Best Screenplay Shared with Eugene Levy Nominated Lone Star Film & Television Award Best Director Won 2001 DVD Exclusive Award Best DVD Audio Commentary This Is Spinal Tap Won American Comedy Award Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Best in Show Nominated Golden Satellite Award Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical Nominated Independent Spirit Award Best Director Nominated Writers Guild of America Award Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Shared with Eugene Levy Nominated 2003 Seattle Film Critics Award Best Music Shared with John Michael Higgins, Eugene Levy, Michael McKean, Catherine O'Hara, Annette O'Toole, Harry Shearer, Jeffrey C. J. Vanston A Mighty Wind Won 2004 Grammy Award Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Shared with Eugene Levy, Michael McKean[16] A Mighty Wind Won

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