Graham is appearing as Abanazar in ALADDIN at the Norwich Theatre Royal. You can read more about it and book your tickets here: Norwich Theatre Royal website He was interviewed by Norwich Evening News 24 and you read that here. Also, you can see a quick video about it:
Interesting bit of info in this article about the Rob Knox Film Festival: [Ben] Trebilcook, is currently producing a martial arts film with a twist, called Candy with martial arts champion Zara Phythian, as well as actors Hugo Speer, Jason Flemyng and Graham Cole. Might we soon see Graham doing so flying scissor-kicks?! www.newsshopper.co.uk
Here’s a photo of Graham on the set of “The Haunting of Harry Payne” with co-star Fliss Walton and publicist Martin Faulks. The film re-unites Graham with fellow “The Bill” co-star Tony Scannell. Check out the trailer below and visit the official website here! Ex-London gangster Harry Payne retires to Norfolk to be close to [...]
Graham Cole presented “Supergran” Ann Timson with the Jill Dando Award. What a great photo! You can see a video below. Graham appears at roughly the 1:00 mark. Read more here.
Here are some photos of Graham Cole at the Rob Knox Film Festival 2011 Read more about this year’s festival here. And don’t forget you can meet Graham tomorrow atWindsor Farm Shop Datchet Road, Old Windsor. 10.30 till 4pm He’ll be signing copies of his autobiography, On The Beat.
Graham is currently shooting a new film called “The Haunting of Harry Payne” in South Norfolk. The film reunites Graham with his former The Bill co-star, Tony Scannell (DS Roach) From EDP24 : The movie, which is being produced by Norwich-based Equilibrium Films and is directed by Martyn Pick, tells the story of ex-gangster Harry [...]
These photos come courtesy of Ham Polo Club and were taken in 2005. You can visit their website here and check out their Flickr photo page here.
From The Bromley Times: One of the nation’s best-loved television coppers has become the latest celebrity to get behind the Times’ fourth annual Christmas Toy Appeal. Graham Cole, best known to fans as PC Stamp in the long-running cop drama The Bill, backed the campaign when he turned up at the Princess Royal University Hospital, [...]
Two quick updates: 1) Watch Graham on ‘Paul O’Grady Live’, 9pm, ITV 1, on Friday 15th October. 2) Here’s a nice new photo of Graham.
Hi everyone, Sorry for the lack of content lately but here’s something to cheer you up- the paperback of On The Beat, Graham Cole’s autobiography, will be released on 31st August 2010. The book will feature a NEW chapter focusing on Graham’s life over the past year. You can order your copy through Splendid Books.