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  #2263770 25-Jun-2019 09:40
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Played the role of School Master in the play Thomas Sawyer at Hadlow Preparatory 1968 and then was in the orchestra for Ruddigore in 1970 Rathkeale College.

 

Sometime during 1971 filmed by  TV Central News (Wellington) of my Rathkeale College 5th form class introducing a "Basic Maths" certificate instead of the then School Certificate "New Maths".

 

Then protests crowd scene during the 1981 NZ Springboks tour protests Eden Park.





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  #2263818 25-Jun-2019 10:34
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GSManiac: The Graham Norton Show back in 2012.

 

 

 

You weren't the one talking about walking their dog (or something similar). I do remember a Kiwi on there with one of the funniest Red Chairs I've ever seen. Though, he has quite a few Kiwis in the chair (they must dig our accent :))

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2264077 25-Jun-2019 14:17
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I was the "live meatpack" in the cage, in the party scene in "What We Do In The Shadows."

 

I was officially there to chaperone my two children.  "Let's go find a paedophile..."

 

In a later scene, they are seen waylaying a drunk in an alley and drinking his blood. When you're 12 (plus 400) years old, and thus too young to go to a bar, it's the easiest way to get a drink.


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