Craig Kelly (born 31 October 1970) is an actor and voice-over narrator. He is best known for his roles as Vince Tyler in the Channel 4 television series Queer as Folk and as Luke Strong in Coronation Street.
Martyn is joined by actor, podcaster and former Strictly come dancing contestant, Craig Kelly. They talk about working with Jodie Whittaker, Richard E Grant and, Russell T Davies. Craig talks about what it was like to be on the hit BBC series 'Strictly come dancing'. They also discuss Craig's roles in Titanic, Queer as Folk, Doctor Who and, Trick or Treat. Craig's Podcast is available on his website, Spotify, Podcast Addict, Listen Notes and Apple Podcasts. Check out Trick or Treat on Amazon Prime. You'll never walk alone cover by Iris Noëlle. The Bad Wilf Podcast is available from all good podcast services, such as but not limited to Spotify, Amazon Music, Podchaser, Player FM, Stitcher, and Apple Podcasts. We also have a Smartlink. Check out our Youtube. Equipment used in the creation of this feature was purchased through a grant from Graeae and The Paul Hamlyn Foundation. If you'd like to support the show, then please shop via our Amazon link. A small percentage goes our way, at no extra cost to you. Socials: Twitter: Martyn – @BadWilf Gerrod –@InGerrodsMind Pete – @BeeblePete Sam-@Sammichaelcomic Instagram: Craig Kelly-@MrCraigKelly Martyn-@BadWilf Chris-@ChrisWalkerThomsonofficial Sam-@Sammichaelol
Jonathan puts down his paint brushes to talk to me from his Chelsea artist studio. We reminisce about playing poker in Cardiff with Martin Amis and Sir Clive Sinclair. We natter about the tequila drink diet, meeting the great Lucian Freud, the infamous George Bush porn collage portrait and the secret to knocking up the perfect light and fluffy taramasalata. He tells me what it’s like to paint portraits over FaceTime. We discuss the launch of his exciting brand new VR Jonathan Yeo studio app. He also divulges his own all time favourite portrait and his singalong song choice Walk On The Wild Side which we both duet at the end. Oh and he reveals his creative superpower too.
Join me to hear this week’s catch up with Tamzin Outhwaite. We talk about filming Dun breedin’ with Julie Graham during lock down, riding around on a heavy orange bike and eating her favourite New York style sandwich. Who knew dancer Louie Spence can eat one whilst doing a shoulder leg stretch, just ask Liz Hurley. We also chat about her time on Eastenders, she reveals the secret of her success and how brilliant it was to work with those amazing iconic characters. She also chats about her love of theatre and how incredible it was to work with the excellent Jamie Lloyd and Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke in the west end play The Seagull and reveals when we can all see it on the West End stage. We finish the conversation with a lovely soulful duet.
Richard speaks to me from his home in east London. We talk about his breakthrough role in the hit comedy BBC TV series Coupling, his massive current Netflix show Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and his experience of filming it in Vancouver. We also chat about his love of gardening, how it helped him beat the bullies and how he has named the climbing rose in his back garden Foopint. He also tells me how it feels to go on a West End stage while starring opposite Gwyneth Paltrow knowing Bono is in the audience, filming with Johnny Depp in The Libertine, who pranked him, he then reveals when being directed by Madonna she liked to call him Dickie.
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Oct 31st, 1970
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11 hours, 20 minutes
Podchaser Creator ID logo 427828