Baby Reindeer creator and star Richard Gadd was spotted at a recent Euros match.

Gadd, who has gained significant media attention over the last few months for being the writer, creator and actor in Baby Reindeer, a story based on his own life, attended the Scotland v Switzerland match on Wednesday (June 19).

Some fans speculated over whether it was the Scottish actor in attendance, when BBC footage panned to show him supporting from the stands.

One user wrote on X: “I don’t know what you think… but I’m positive I’ve just spotted Baby Reindeer’s Richard Gadd cheering on Scotland in Cologne?” while another wrote: “am i tripping or is the actor from Baby Reindeer at the scotland vs switzerland game”.

Gadd later took to Instagram to confirm that he was in fact at the match, which saw Scotland draw one-all with Switzerland.

The comedian posted a photo of him cheering in the stands, along with the caption: “Yes, it was me. What a game! Proud of the @scotlandnationalteam tonight,” along with two Scottish flag emojis.

The Fife-born actor shot to fame when the TV adaptation of his one-man play, Baby Reindeer, topped global Netflix charts back in April.

It spent a month atop the platform’s viewership rankings, and was named Netflix’s 10th most-watched series of all time.

The series tells the story of a struggling comedian named Donny Dunn (based on Gadd) who is relentlessly stalked by an older woman named Martha.

The show gained even more attention when a woman named Fiona Harvey, who claimed to be the real person behind Martha’s character, came forward and directly threatened legal action against both Gadd and Netflix.

The attention from Baby Reindeer has prompted many fans to question what Gadd will do next.

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