Monthly Archive: July 2014


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On Saturday I went to Manchester to the screening of Harriet’s Army, a three part World War 1 drama.  The three episodes were spliced together to make a 90 minute film.  It was really great and I met up with the cast again which was was really nice as we had a good time together making the drama.  The first episode will be  on CBBC at the beginning of August so make sure you lookout for it.

Here are some pictures from behind the scenes:-  It was pretty cold during filming!

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For details of the full cast go to:-

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Wrap Night.

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Signing posters at the screening and group photo with Josephine Ward, the Executive Producer CBBC , standing behind me.

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ALTAR feature film is heading for the Toronto Film Festival this September

I have been invited to the cast and crew screening for ‘Altar’ the new feature film by Director, Nick Willing  (Neverland) and starring        Matthew Modine, Antonia Clarke, Olivia Williams and me. 

I can’t wait to see the finished film, it is going to be very exciting.  It is a spooky tale and ‘my family’ go through lots of troublesome times.  It will be on general release at the end of the year.

I had a great time making this film in Yorkshire and everybody from the Director, actors, crew and to the people working at the Best Western in Boroughbridge, they  were all  fantastic.

Altar invite



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I went to the London Comic Con convention yesterday at London’s Earl’s Court and it is the first time I have been.  It was really great and I was surprised how many people were there.  The inside and outside was packed and many, many people dressed up for the occasion.  It was funny on the underground too as there were lots of people dressed up in fantastic costumes and of course, being London, nobody took a blind bit of notice.  Anyway, here is my report on the show.  Have a look.

I tried to buy this poster at The Gadget Show Live at the NEC Birmingham but they sold out, so I was in luck and managed to get it yesterday.  Assassins Creed: Black Flag.

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BATMAN VILLAINS at school and no BATMAN to save everyone!

Yesterday we turned up at school dressed as Batman villains.   The picture shows, left to right, Jamie, Me, George, Romario and Jake.     It was a no uniform day at school and you can imagine the look on our teachers faces when we turned up like this.  They liked it though.  Kris Rich, our resident photographer, took the photos.  KrisRichPhotography


Photos by Kris Rich