Ondi Timoner

director, 'Brand: A Second Coming'

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Director of the film Brand: A Second Coming

Ondi Timoner on KCRW

The long-haired British comedian Russell Brand is brilliant, if somewhat off-kilter. He is also a narcissist and a bit of a megalomaniac.

'Brand: A Second Coming'

The long-haired British comedian Russell Brand is brilliant, if somewhat off-kilter. He is also a narcissist and a bit of a megalomaniac.

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