Nick Joseph
Nov16

Nick Joseph

Nick Joseph Born on August 28th in East London. Once I left school my father got me a job at the company where he worked. I started  as an apprentice electrician for a 5 year contract. On completing  the course I left that company to work for another . After a couple of years I felt that an electrician was not for me. I then started to work as a driving instructor and that is where it all started for my acting career. I met a lady who...

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Ken Coombs
Nov16

Ken Coombs

Ken Coombs How did you get into acting? My very first acting experience was, like a lot of people, in school plays and I realised at a very early age that that was what I really wanted to do.  Also one of my close friends at prep school had starred in a few films and I kind of figured that if he could do it then so could I! When I was still at school, age about 17, as a holiday job (now called work experience), I got a job with the...

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Jon Davey
Nov16

Jon Davey

Jon Davey Doctor Who Monsters performed by Jon Davey Since 2005 Jon has played a variety of monsters in 26 episodes of Doctor Who. These include Cybermen, Daleks, Ood, Jadoon, Hath, Heavenly Host, Vigil and Wispermen. He has performed live at may events including “The Doctor Who Proms” and “Doctor Who Live” and “Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular” in Australia and New Zealand.

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Brian Wheeler
Nov16

Brian Wheeler

How did your acting career begin? Saw an advert in the local newspaper for people needed under 4ft 6ins and it was for a film and the film was Return of the Jedi. Had such a career been something you’d ever thought of doing?  No I was training to be a graphic designer. How did your association with Star Wars begin? As above when I saw the advert for the part of an Ewok and a Jawa. We know now that the movie was a cultural phenomenon...

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Simon Fisher Becker
Nov16

Simon Fisher Becker

Simon Fisher Becker Simon Fisher-Becker (born 1961) is a British actor who portrayed the Fat Friar, Ghost of Hufflepuff, in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.[2] Filmography The Tale of the Three Spaptors (2008) – Petrol man “Afterlife” (2005) – Mini-cab driver (1 episode, 2006) “Love Soup” (2005) – Horatio (1 episode, 2005) Harry Potter and the...

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Chris Barrie
Nov16

Chris Barrie

To his legions of fans across the world, Chris is best known as Rimmer – the Red Dwarf character who made love only once in his life. To others he is Hilary, Angelina Jolie’s butler in Tomb Raider; but to many he will forever be remembered as Gordon Brittas, the most irritating manager in the history of the British leisure centre industry. Chris has since added more strings to his bow as presenter of Massive Engines, exploring almost...

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