Bob Golding also known as Robert John Bob Golding was born on 15th of August in the year 1970 in Cambridge in the United Kingdom is an actor in Hollywood. From the year 1986 to 1989, he has studied at North Hertfordshire College.

Bob Golding is a well-known actor, popular for his movies like Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon which was released in the year 2003, Tweenies in the year 1999. He has also worked in Children TV series named “Tweenies” and given his voices to Max and Milo. This show also won BAFTA in the year 2000 in the category of Best pre-school live action. He has also worked in “The Beeps” which was telecast on the channel named “ Five” in the year 2007 and 2008. He has also worked in “The Slammer” which was telecast on the channel named “CBBC” which is a BBC’s channel for children.

Other than this, he has also appeared in Watson & Oliver, Diddy TV and Dick and Dom's Diddy Movies. He has also appeared in comedy show of Peter Kay. In the year 2013, he gave his voice to “Thomas and Friends.” When we come to the stage, Golding appeared at the UK premiere of Wasp by Steve Martin, Eight Miles High, Only the Lonely, West End, and much more. Golding played “Eric Morecambe” in “Morecambe” which is a one-man show. On 7th of December in the year 2009, he has appeared on Royal Variety Performance held at Opera House Theater. Bob has also acted in many movies.

Some of these are Aladdin which was released in the year 2012, Cinderella in the year 2013, Jack and the Beanstalk in the year 2014, and much more. In August in the year 2010, Golding appeared as a guest presenter on Dave Gorman’s show named Absolute Radio for around five weeks because the regular presenter of the show named “Martin White” was busy in performing at “Edinburgh Festival Fringe.”

Golding has his rhythm and blues band named “The Guild of Thieves.” Apart from all this, Bob Golding has also won many Awards in his career. He has won Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical. Along with this, he has also won “WhatsOnStage” Award in the category of Best Solo Performance. He has won Laurence Oliver Award in the year 2010 for the one man show named “Morecambe” in which he played the role of “Eric Morecambe.” This show has won the award for Best Entertainment.

Joseph Marcell English Actor

Joseph Marcell

Joseph Marcell is a British movie actor whose work is commendable ad highly appreciated by the audience and the critics. He was born on 18 August 1948 at Saint Lucia and became a British actor. He is well known for his incredible work by playing the role of Geoffrey who was an English butler that comes on NBC sitcom show called The Fresh Prince of Bel and started airing from September in the year 1990 till May 1996. After being in Saint Lucia, he then went to the United Kingdom when he was nine years old. Then he moved to Peckham that is in South London and currently residing in Ealing located in West London. During his education, he learned theater and art of science at college, after that he took courses in dance and speech. He became the member of Royal Shakespeare and due to which he got into production of A Midsummer's Night's Dream and Othello. Not only that, he received a chance to appear on some fantastic British Television series and feature motion pictures. He also served in the Globe theater in London; there he got an opportunity where he features on the production of Shakespeare's show called Ado About Nothing. He first obtained his graduation degree from the University of Sheffield and then learned acting from the College of Central School of Acting and Speech. Mr. Joseph Marcell later got married to Joyce Marcell, and together they have two children named Ben Marcell and Jessica Marcell. He started appearing in feature films and television series from the year 1974 and his latest work was in a Television Show where he played the role of Alexander Jackson in Death in Paradise and came on the episode of The Man with the Golden Gun. He appeared on Antony and Cleopatra and did the role of Eros in the year 1974. He appeared in some of the great shows and motion pictures; some of them were The Professionals in the year 1980 in which he performed as Nero. He also appeared on The Doctor Who television series and played a role of John in the episode of Remembrance of the Daleks in the year 1988. From 2003 to 2004, he was a part of a TV series called The Bold and the Beautiful as Hudson. In the year 2008, he did A Touch of Frost as a character of Joshua Ray. He was also a part of some stage shows like Gem of the Ocean and King Lear.  


Simon Greenall

Simon James Greenall was born on 3rd of January in the year 1958 in Longtown, Cumberland, England. He is an English writer, actor, voice artist, and producer. He is currently 59 years of age. In the year 1986, he started his career. He is well-known for in the TV series named “I'm Alan Partridge” which was telecast on BBC channel. He played the role of Michael in this. He also acted in a game show named “Trapped” which was telecast on CBBC in which he played the role of caretaker. Many other TV series in which he has appeared are Fortysomething, Armstrong and Miller, The Bill, Kiss Me Kate, Doc Martin, W1A, Monkey Dust, and much more. He has appeared in and, also wrote for a show named “Harry Enfield's Brand Spanking New Show.” He has also given his voice in many video games as well. Some of these are Tomb Raider II, Dragan Quest VIII, and much more. In the British version of the show named “The Mr. Men Show,” he played many characters. He has also given his voice in CBeebies to Captain Barnacles. After that, he has given his voice in the game named “LittleBigPlanet 3” to the character named “Zom Zom.” Then, he played the role of an ex-roadie friend of Tommy in one of the series of the show named “Saxondale” which was telecast on 23rd of August in the year 2007 on the channels named “BBC HD” and “BBC 2.” Steve Coogan who is a star of “I’m Alan Partridge” was also there in this series along with Greenall. In a popular sitcom named “On the Blog,” Greenall has played different roles which were telecast on the channel named “BBC Radio 2.” In the year 2002, he played the role of a father whose child was being baptized, in the show named “My Wrongs 8245-8249 and 117” which was produced by Chris Morris. He gave his voice in the adult animated show named “Snow White: The Sequel” to the Prince Charming in the year 2007. Currently, he gives his voice in the adverts of Weetabix, and also in adverts of to Aleksandr Orlov. He has also appeared in a sitcom named “Pete Versus Life” which was telecast on the channel named “Channel 4.” He has also given his voice in the video game named “Fable” to the character of “Murgo.” Till the month of October in the year 2010, he has given his voice in “The Octonauts” to the character of Captain Barnacles Bear. In the year 2011, he appeared in “Holy Flying Circus” which was a BBC drama.  

Simon Greenall English Actor