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David Schneider twitterview

Jun 10, 2009 Author: Peekay | Filed under: Actor, Comedian, Director

David Schneider’s appearances in brilliant comedies such as radio’s “On The Hour”, it’s TV spin-off “The Day Today”, and the Steve Coogan vehicles “Knowing Me Knowing You… With Alan Partridge” and “I’m Alan Partridge” has secured his place in comedy history. Also an accomplished writer and director, Schneider has carved out a successful career considering he studied modern languages and Yiddish Drama!

Schneider has also been in a number of highly successful films such as “28 Days Later”, “A Knight’s Tale” and “Mission:Impossible” and is currently appearing in a film directed by David Baddiel.

logoiconYou’ve been in classic comedies – The Day Today, I’m Alan Partridge, etc – did studying Yiddish Drama help with those roles

DavidSchneiderAbsolutely. All the rehearsals were conducted in Yiddish. And you’ll notice that in most of my roles I look Jewish

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Stephen Fry twitterview

May 1, 2009 Author: Peekay | Filed under: Actor, Author, Comedian, Director, TV Presenter

Stephen Fry – to give a bio of Stephen Fry would take a lot more space than we have. He’s a master of many things and a wonderfully charming gent to boot. A new series of Kingdom is due on ITV very soon.

logoiconYou are the King of Twitter – do you think Twitter is passing fad or the next step in the net revolution?

sfrypicNot a passing fad, but a small hummock on the way to future peaks we can only guess at.
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Twiterviews are short interviews via the medium of Twitter and then posted here. We restrict ourselves to 3 questions and answers, all limited to 140 characters.

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