This paper people is Brian Limond (better known as Limmy), a Scottish comedian, actor, writer, musician and web developer, the paper craft was created by sally. Limmy first became known for his website and blog. In late 2006, his daily podcast Limmy's World of Glasgow received interest from the mainstream UK media. In early 2010, Limond achieved success with his BBC comedy series Limmy's Show. He is a also a prolific user of the social networking application, Twitter.
Scottish culture magazine The List listed Limond at number 14 in their Hot 100 list of 2006, which celebrated the people who made the biggest impact on cultural life in Scotland over that year. In March 2007, Limond took to the stage for two sold out appearances at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival. His shows at Blackfriars sold out due to word of mouth alone and he was featured for BBC2's The Culture Show as part of their coverage.
He has introduced the Australian rock band Jet to the stage twice: once at their appearance at the Carling Academy in Glasgow on 3 March, and once in the King Tut's Tent at T in the Park. At the band's Carling Academy gig, he performed an a cappella version of their song "Are You Gonna Be My Girl?" and reenacted his "Gies Yer Jaiket" sketch with the band's drummer, Chris Cester. At Jet's T in the Park gig, he walked onto the stage and pretended to be a sound engineer testing microphones before bursting into song and saying, "Ladies and gentlemen, Jet!".
In 2007, he played a character called Zack Eastwood in Consolevania and Videogaiden. In June 2009, the BBC commissioned a six-episode series of Limmy's Show, which premiered on BBC Scotland in January 2010. The BBC commissioned a second series of Limmy's Show, which premiered on BBC Scotland in February 2011. On 7 July 2010, he appeared as a window cleaner with an unintelligible Glaswegian accent in the IT Crowd episode "The Final Countdown". On 13 November 2011, he won a British Academy Scotland Award for the second series of Limmy's Show.