Just deciding – shall I shave off my beard?!
I grew this for my role as Henry F Potter in Blue Apple’s Christmas show ‘It’s A wonderful Life!’ I also grew a new accent! That was fun.
Going to see the BBC soon and filming with Andy next week, and seeing my bro William, so …..? Let’s see what I decide!
Thank you iemmys for a great weekend. My favourite was the red carpet and meeting Elizabeth McGovern
. Here I am on the red carpet with my brilliant brother William Jessop who made the film
and the lovely Elizabeth McGovern. My Mum met Julian Fellowes – she was pleased about that!
My family and Simon from Maverick TV made the festival weekend really fun
But hope it still fits!
This is Tommy Jessop speaking at the RADAR Media Fiction: People of the Year Human Rights Award for Coming Down the Mountain (Tiger Aspect/BBC1)
We all feel really honoured that ‘Growing Up Down’s’ has been nominated for an International Emmy for Best Documentary! William took a year to film us. It was quite something always to have a camera in your face, but he made us laugh. We had fun. We loved working with him.
Growing Up Down’s tells the story of 6 of us actors getting to grips with Shakespeare and putting on a touring production of Hamlet in Shakespeare’s language
Made a short film over the weekend and my documentary will be on BBC One Inside Out programme tonight, rehearsing Much Ado today, out on tour tomorrow, interviewed in the Stage today
That sounds good. I had fun filming for BBC 1 Inside Out South and presenting a ten minute film which will be shown either Monday 7 September 7.30pm or Monday 14th September.
Words cannot even describe how much I enjoyed presenting!
Filming in the cathedral close this morning brought every noise maker possible out in force – aeroplanes, mowers, trucks – it reminded us of the chickens which joined in when we were filming Living Without Fear!