Saturday, August 7, 2010

Grandma's House

TV presenter Simon Amstell plays a version of himself in Grandma's House, a new six-part comedy written by Simon and his long-term collaborator Dan Swimer, which starts on Monday 9th August on BBC Two.



Joining the cast is 15 year old newcomer Jamal Hadjkura as Simon's Auntie Liz's son, Adam. Jamal comes from Barking, East London and has performed at Stratford Theatre but this his first screen role.

2 comments:

  1. ty this is really kind ur de only one who has done a review on me, ahh i feel really embarased but at the same time overjoyed, anyway thanks alot, cant wait till monday, while im comment thanks to Rachel Freck (casting director), Ben Cavey (Producer), Chris Gernon (Director), Dan Swimmer (Writter), and of course Simon (ummmmm
    Simon) withought thesed people i wouldnt have got in the show, oh and of course thanks to all the actors and actresses, rebecca, james, geoff (rip), linda, samantha, thanks again

    jamal

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  2. Great to hear from you Jamal. Can't wait till Monday to see the show. By the way, the Guardian Guide preview says you're excellent which I'm sure you are. What a great first role! Well done and good luck for the future.

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