Brodie has been fitting for some of London’s top tailors both in Saville row and the High Street for the past 15 yrs. He has a great understanding of client demographic and how to move with the times in order to get the best fit and comfort for existing and new customers.
He works closely on a weekly basis alongside buyers and tailors of 4 main companies: M&S, Moss Bros, Charles Tywhritt and T.M.Lewin along with their suppliers. And with companies such as Amazon, Hawes & Curtis and Field Grey
He has also worked with Pink, Jasper Conran, Debenhams, John Lewis, Timberland, Primark, Burton,BHS.
Brodie’s Key Measurements:
Height: 5’11” 179cm
Chest: 40″ reg 102cm
Waist: 34″ 88cm
Inside Leg to Base of Ankle: 80cm 32″
Collar: 15.5” size M
Shoe size: 9
Other measurements include:
Neck to waist : 44cm
Front Waist to back waist through Rise : 73cm
Crown to elbow : 39cm
Elbow to wrist bone : 29cm
Nape to wrist bone : 88cm
Shoulder to shoulder : 48cm
Cape : 123cm
Shoulder crown to wrist bone : 68cm
Natural waist to base of ankle ( outside leg): 102cm
Inside Leg to base of ankle : 80cm
Inside leg to middle of knee : 36cm
Calf at widest point : 39cm
Knee to ankle : 44cm
Brodie’s last film ‘Morris A Life With Bells On’ where he appears alongside Sir Derek Jacobi, Naomie Harris, Greg Wise and Dominic Pinon to name but a few, opened to great success and is set to be a British Cult Classic.
He was also seen in the Lock Stock meets Italian Job Action ‘Daylight Robbery’ starring Paul Nicholls, Geoff Bell & Shaun Williamson.
Brodie is best known for playing sexy Aussie barman Brad ‘Skippy’ Jonson in the long running sunday night drama ‘Where the heart Is’.
His other roles include Shane in the BBC’s spoof ‘My Hero’ playing opposite James Dreyfuss, Gay heart Throb ‘Jude’ in Channel 4’s hit comedy ‘Peep Show’ and he has also appeared in ’15 Storeys High’ and ‘Intuition’ both for the BBC.
- 2009 – ’12 TENORS’ – Lisbon Colliseum -Spirit Productions
- 2009 – ‘Studies For A Portrait’ – Chad Kendall Oval House Theatre – London
- 1999 – ‘Falsettos’ – Whizzer – Concert Musical – Covent Garden Directed By Scott Williams
- 1998 – ‘Wild Thoughts’ – Father – Concert Musical – Dublin Directed By Andrew Panton
- 1997 – ‘A Chorus Line’ – Greg – UK No.1 National Tour Directed By Byork Lee
- 1997 – ‘Always’ – Ensemble – Victoria Palace Theatre – London Directed By Frank Hauser/Thommie Walsh
- 1996 – ‘Miss Saigon’ – Ensemble/Acrobat – Theatre Royal Drury Lane Directed By Nicholas Hytner/Matt Ryan
- 1995 – ‘Copacabana’ – Ensemble – Prince of Wales Theatre – London Directed By Roger Redfarn
- 1991 – ’42nd Street’ – Ensemble – Her Majesty’s Theatre – Sydney Directed By Mark Bramble