I’m not sure why he has had an award, all he’s done is his job which no doubt was well paid, yes he’s done it well but so have many others.
He has done a job and yes it was good but he is/has done work within the Birmingham Community, so lets celebrate his award for doing so.I’m not sure why he has had an award, all he’s done is his job which no doubt was well paid, yes he’s done it well but so have many others.
Wikipedia...Benjamin Zephaniah (?).... and interesting fact > - Dreadlocks been around a very long time before 1900's. So possible and interesting.
Downton - haven't seen it yet - but does not TV refect life ? sometimes times it is a tough one, of course.
I would like to see our Maurice (Sospiri) with dreadlocksWikipedia...
"Some of the earliest depictions of dreadlocks date back as far as 3600 years to the Minoan Civilization, one of Europe's earliest civilizations, centered in Crete (now part of Greece). Frescoes discovered on the Aegean island of Thera (modern Santorini, Greece) depict individuals with long braided hair or long dreadlocks."
(Had to read it twice to make sure it didn't say Sospiri !)
I bet he could. he is a all round actor. shame they turned him down.Do you think he could have done the Brummie accent better though?