Ricky Gervais has thanked his fans for supporting his comedy Derek after he was nominated for a Golden Globe.
Gervais wrote on Twitter:
Ricky Gervais has been nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a TV Series Comedy for his title role in Derek.
Other nominees in the category are Don Cheadle, Jeffrey Tambor, Louis CK and William H Macy.
Comedians Ricky Gervais, Sarah Millican and John Bishop are among the celebrities who have paid their respects to "a true hero" following Stephen Sutton's death:
So sad to hear about Stephen Sutton. What a wonderful and inspiring man. RIP.
It's amazing what an individual can achieve regardless of what is put in front of them. @_stephensstory has been an inspiration to many. RIP
Same sex Marriage isn't just a victory for gay people. It's a victory for all of us. ANYTHING that promotes equality, promotes progress.
You can't take equality "too far"
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Happy new year everyone xxxx
Happy new year. Be young. Be foolish. Be happy.
Ricky Gervais brought The Office to the stage last night, with comic creation David Brent and his band Foregone Conclusion.Read the full story ›
Steve Carell said goodbye to co-workers for one last time as NBC's The Office came to an end following a nine-season run.
The season finale featured a long-awaited wedding between office manager Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson), and accountant Angela Martin (Angela Kingsley).
Carell, who left the show in season seven, entered the episode as a surprise guest at the ceremony, uttering one of character Michael Scott's best-known phrases, "that's what she said."
Adapted from Ricky Gervais' mockumentary series of the same name, the season finale saw most of the long-standing cast members get their happy ending.
Ricky Gervais has paid tribute to Paul Shane as an "old school Britcom hero" after the Hi-de-Hi! actor died aged 72:
Ricky Gervais has released a preview of his new YouTube series Learn Guitar With David Brent.
In the guise of his Office alter ego David Brent, he tells viewers: "I'm not going to teach you. You're going to teach you." It seems, much like in the show, it is more about him finding an audience to play the guitar to.