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Setting up a 'greenscreen' at work got me thinking about the films and tv that I've accidentally been in.

Helena Bonham-Carter vehicle "The Heart of Me" was filmed in our old office, and features several of us peering through the curtains whilst they filmed in the square outside. Similarly, my girlfriend was in an episode of the Professionals that was filmed outside her house.

What have you been in the background of?

(, Thu 11 Nov 2004, 11:34)
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Things I have learned as an Extra
- Robson Green is, regrettably, a damned nice bloke. Really, no-one wanted to hate him more than me. And the inconsiderate BASTARD behaved like a polite and pleasantly self-depreciating man all weekend.

- Amanda Donohoe is completely fucking minging, possessed as she is of a face that looks like it's been soaked overnight in vinegar.

- The smaller a person's speaking role in Byker Grove is, the more self-important airs and graces they give themselves.

- The skinny hispanic looking bint that crosses the street in the Toyota ad (the one where the chap is supposedly on a test drive) will do anything to further her career. Anything.

- Richard York doesn't actually act. He plays Richard York. In every film. I often wonder if he realises he's appearing in films, or whether he thinks he's always getting himself into mad scrapes and just goes along with it.

- People involved in filming adverts frequently seem to misunderstand the nature of their work. Apparently, someone tells them that they're working on The Greatest Piece of Televisual Art in History. And not a piss poor attempt to sell more cars, the cunts.

- It is IMPOSSIBLE not to misbehave on the set of any adverts being financed by the Saatchis.
(, Thu 11 Nov 2004, 12:31, Reply)

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