Yesterday I walked past Ken Dodds house... twice!
I was once in Perth station with a friend when in walked Gregor Townsend (Scottish fly half at the time). My friend bellows "THERE'S GAVIN HASTINGS!".I was in the post office in Hebden (Nr. Grassington) about 10 years ago and in came Patrick Stewart. One of the old neighbours stared at him and said "I know you. You're that moon man!" and off she went. - How we laughed!
A friend's mum's house is in multiple episodes of Midsummer murder.One colleague worked agency shifts on various productions, including 'Being Human'. Another did the same on 'Midsomer Murders', revealing that the current Barnaby is played by a much more genial actor than the original.
Another worked as an extra and behaved like a real Prima Donna.
I have a cousin acting in 'Pobol y Cwm' and a former classmate was behind the camera.
Did you actually see him, or was he driving home for Christmas?May have been posted in this thread before but years ago i tipped up at Hammersmith Odeon, very late, to get some tickets for Chris Rea.
They were in demand, and the girl showed me the seating plan and pointed out the only two left.
I took them but i thought they were right at the back on the top tier.
I was mistaken, they were aisle seats second row from the front and i sat next to his Mum.
I read the seating plan upside down.
Hey was actually pretty good, all things considered.The fukers missed him though didn't they?
I am ashamed to say that I have never yet met Peter Snow but I did meet John Snow (news reader/journalist, not fictional something or other) in a professional capacity for a twenty minute mid-morning meeting in Bath that gave me the rest of the day to try to cop off with his, rather delicious and coquettish PA (I failed but afterwards spent a pleasant hour or so in her company) and see out the rest of the day being paid to visit various public houses around the historic city instead of slogging it back to the office.I've met Peter Snow.