READ MORE: Netflix horror breaks world record for most jump scares in one terrifying episodeHe said: "Before Ted Lasso nobody knew who the f*** I was, so the show has changed my life."His future looked bleak before trying stand-up and then getting cast on Jason Sudeikis’ Apple show.The south Londoner, 42, revealed: "In the beginning of my career, all I was offered was auditions for terrorists.
I was like, ‘Oh right, I guess that is what my headshot looks like’."No-one knows what you are capable of and, if you are an actor, write your own stuff.
Don’t wait around for a magical phone call." Although Brett has been acting since 2005, his biggest role came in 2020 and he's grown increasingly popular since.The actor has even won two Emmys in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series category, with the star sharing his gratitude for the popular for the show.
He said: "Thank you... for creating this magical thing and letting me be a part of it. I will never take it for granted. "The hardest part of being Ted Lasso is being in a scene with anyone from this cast and not ruining the take by just staring at them and going, 'God, you're good'." He named his family and loved ones as he wrapped up and said: "I f*****g love you." Since Brett's time on Ted Lasso he also landed a spot in Thor: Love and Thunder as Hercules - one of his biggest roles away from the Apple TV comedy.Read more on dailystar.co.uk