Daniel Peacock – Actor turned hero

Daniel Peacock was born in 1958 in Hammersmith, London, and attended Ashmole School. He has had success as a television series writer, director and actor. He starred in several television series, including Assaulted Nuts, The Young Ones, Little Armadillos, Only Fools and Horses, Robin of Sherwood, The Bill, Doctor Who and Casualty. He appeared in many films, including Bloody Kids, The Supergrass, Riding High, Porridge, Quadrophenia, and Gandhi. The very versatile 64-year-old actor has taken on a role at Hastings Court Care Home in East Sussex these days as a entertainment worker and carer at the home and says he … Continue reading Daniel Peacock – Actor turned hero

The Man Who Went Back to School, Again!

Brian MacKinney in his desparate attempt to get into medical school felt he had only one option left to him after flunking his first attempt at University, he decided to return back to his old school and as a 5th Former. The only problem was that he was now 30 years of age. When new Scottish/Canadian student ‘Brandon Lee’ starred as Lieutenant Cable in the school’s musical production of Rogers and Hammerstein classic musical South Pacific, he was a success, so much so that after the curtain closed, the headmaster singled Brandon out especially for his performance. What his headmaster … Continue reading The Man Who Went Back to School, Again!