Archive for September, 2009

Nat Coombs

Sep 26, 2009 Author: Peekay | Filed under: Actor, Broadcaster, Comedian, Producer, TV Presenter

Nat Coombs is a man of many hats, having been a comedian, presenter, writer and producer. He is currently best known for co-hosting 5’s NFL coverage, but he has a very varied and impressive CV.

Coombs is the writer and co-producer of web hit ‘Chelsey: OMG!’, a comedy charting the trials and tribulations of an American girl visiting London.

As a comedy writer and performer Coombs has worked with some of the UK’s leading production companies. He is also an accomplished actor, most notably appearing alongside Dame Judi Dench in the BAFTA-nominated BBC drama ‘Can You Hear Me Thinking?’

Nat is currently presenting Five’s ‘NFL’ coverage on Sunday and Monday nights, and is a co-presenter on the channel’s saturday morning.

Check out Nat’s official site:

logoiconPresenter, writer, producer, comedian – gun to the head moment, which one is your true love?

Nat CoombsDepends on who’s holding the gun.If my agent then whichever makes most money. Ditto my wife. If it’s me, then presumably career on skid row


Erkan Mustafa

Sep 13, 2009 Author: Peekay | Filed under: Actor, Broadcaster

For a certain generation Erkan Mustafa will forever be “Roland” (or “Row-Land!”) the boy with the slightly larger frame in what is seen as the classic days of BBC TV Series “Grange Hill”.

In October 2009, as a final goodbye to Grange Hill after 30 years, Erkan is hosting one last Grange Hill Cast Reunion at the Sound nightclub in London’s Leicester Square. The proceeds of the event will go to charity.

You can get your tickets from Erkan’s website.

logoiconYou will forever be Roland to a generation – has that been a positive or negative thing, personally and professionaliy.

Erkan MustafaBeing Roland has always been exciting both professionally and personally. I’d happily do it all again.



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