Another day filming Doctors - Today playing CID - With Tobias - Denzie and Andy T - All day over at the Hazelwell lock up on the police set - with Hannah Waterman - Wrapped at 6.00pm
Doing a photo shoot today for The Hobbit Audio Book,
Arrived at Gore and Ball Photography studio in Wolverhampton at 9am - Stylist arrived with a couple of suits and accessories - playing today Business Man - also with me today is "Gandelf" Jenny playing "Old Lady" and Gunner playing "Schoolboy"
Great photo (to follow ) of all of us at a bus stop. Finnished at 2pm
Filming Fair Cop - 8.30 call time today over at the Black Country Museum - filming the new 1950's Police Drama Fair Cop.
Had a nice scene as Bakery Customer - then doubled up as a 1920's Policeman in a flash back scene - wrapped by 3.30pm
A day Filming "Casualty" - 4.30am start, met up with Ian Smith and off down to Cardiff - good run, there by 6.30am and a nice walk across the bay to the studios - today I was a Holby united Football supporter.
Great day involving a stunt with our coach, a car and a lorry - wrapped by 5.30pm and home by 7pm
Filming "The Syndicate Series 2"
Early start 4.30am up to Leeds with Amanda - arrived at 6.40am - breakfast and then into my Doctors suit - Did a scene which took all day in and around the Hospital foyer - wrapped at 6pm
Mark Addy (Trollied, Game of Thrones), Siobhan Finneran (Downton Abbey, Benidorm), Natalie Gavin (Prisoners Wives, Shameless) Jimi Mistry (EastEnders) and Alison Steadman (Gavin & Stacey) will lead the cast of The
Syndicate Series 2, it has been announced.
Sally Rogers (The Bill), Steven Waddington (The
Tudors, Titanic), Cathy Breeze (EastEnders), Jennifer
James (Coronation Street, Dalziel
& Pascoe), Amelia
Curtis (The Royal, Love Soup) and Karl
Davies (Emmerdale) will also have roles in
the series The Syndicate is a drama series of our time.
Kay Mellor, Writer Writer and Director, Kay
Mellor, said: “The
Syndicate is a drama series of our time. As the
world recession bites harder and deeper, more and more people are doing the
lottery. It gives them the weekly hope of winning their way out of debt and
poverty. They are five little balls away from living their dream or so they
Executive Producer for BBC
One, Polly Hill, added: “We are delighted to be making a
second series of the acclaimed drama, The
Syndicate. Kay’s brilliant scripts have once again
attracted an incredible cast that will make this drama a real treat for the
audience next year.”
"An Actors life for me"