What's-his-name off that thing
What's-his-name off that thing talking to George Clooney after they were in that thing together
|Education||Probably studied theater somewhere|
|Years active||Late 70s or early 80s – his death|
|Spouse(s)||At least one|
|Children||Probably 2 or 3|
|Awards||I think he was nominated for like, 2 Golden Globes and maybe an Oscar|
What's-his-name off that thing appeared in that movie with that guy who is supposed to be a what-do-you-call-it.
And he sang that song – oh, how did it go? I think he did a charity concert at that place where Ian lost his phone and then found it again. You know the song, it was the one with the video with the fella from that other group and that woman with too much make-up, who got all emotional at that celebrity wedding – was it a wedding or a funeral? I'm getting mixed up. It was when that young pretty girl recited a poem.
Argh! What's he called?
School or something
He went to that posh school where they, you know, the one Sting and those other famous people send their kids to. It's got um, there was a fire there a few years ago and it was in all the papers. It's supposed to cost about twenty thousand a year to send your kids there. You know what I mean, all that kind of alma mater and old boys thing. And there was some rumour about the Headmaster and a horse, but I don't think the whole story ever came out. Or was it a goat? And it was one of those things where he either had to retire or he would have ended up on the sex offenders register. You know what? Maybe it wasn't that school.
University or somewhere
You know the one in the north, next to that place where they do that thing with cutlery to make bedding. Where Posh Spice was supposed to have done it up a lamppost. Or was it a yew tree? You know the place: with the church and that nice little café where we stopped off for a coffee once and it was a little too weak for my taste so I shouted at the waitress ... and you said that made you love me more. Well that was where he wanted to go but he didn't get good enough results in his exams. I think that was the problem.
Anyway, he ended up at one of the posh universities. I keep wanting to say it was Durham, but that doesn't sound right, but one of those, you know? Like, second tier after Oxbridge ones. And then I can't remember if he dropped out and got famous, or if he met some people on his course and it all went from there. What is his bloody name? Oh that was it! He did finish his degree because I remember seeing one interview where he said he got a better grade than Prince Charles.
He was in that film as well, that action film that was a big hit a few years ago. The one with the mountain and the monkey that could talk...not talk, but like do sign-language, and it wasn't, well it wasn't a monkey really. But he was this fuzzy creature with pointy rabbit ears, who'd been to Vietnam, no Korea, and had come back with horrific injuries. He was married in that one. To that girl, but I can't remember if she started off in a soap or something, but you don't see her in anything anymore, but you'd definitely recognise her if you saw her.
And he was in that other film. You know the one where he played a cop, and the other actor guy, the one my mum likes, was the baddie. You know, the actor with a moustache. Well he always used to have one but he shaved it off a while ago now. And they had that car chase, the one where he caught the bad guy and said that classic line, you know, that line, oh, How does it go?
He was in that band. That band! You know with the four of them in it. The one with the hair, the one without the hair, the one with an average amount of hair and the other one. They sang that song that went
- nahhhh nahhhh nahhh....ooooh baby....nahhhh nahhh nahhhh I love you baby yeah baby, and there were drums and guitars in the background.
He was the singer. I can't remember if he was the guitar player or the bass player as well, or possibly one of the other two. I can picture him now in my head. Argh it's gonna drive me mad now.
- la la la di da di da di la di doo di da di da dee dum de doo dee baby bay.
Oh it was really sad it was. I think he was married, or at least he had a girlfriend. A blonde girl, lovely looking. And it was so sudden. Drugs. Or maybe it was drink, I can't remember. It was definitely unexpected – you know like all those lot, like Jimi Hendrix. I don't know if he killed himself or maybe it was just an overdose. It was sad though, I used to like him.
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