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My Profession: Dental surgeon My Family: Married with one son My Place of Birth: St Asap, Wales When you were young what did you want to be: A pilot Who was your hero? Jack Nicklaus and JPR Williams My 1st Car: MG Metro My 1st Job: In the post room at IBM My all-time favourite Album/CD: Pink Floyd - Pulse My Favourite Food: Steak medium rare with hand cut chips My Favourite UK Holiday Spot: Brecon beacons My First Crush: Debbie Harry My Favourite Restaurant: Gaucho Grill in Piccadilly My Favourite Pub: Coach and Horses in Covent Garden My Favourite TV Programme: CSI Miami My Favourite Movie: American Beauty My Sporting Interests: Rugby, white water rafting, golf, cricket My Favourite Hobbies: London Welsh rugby club, travel especially south and central America My Worst Habit: Forgetfulness My Most Embarrassing Moment: Forgetting my wife's name during my wedding speech Who would you NOT want to be stuck in a lift with? David my business partner, he would end up talking shop the whole time Which famous person do you most resemble? Jeff Goldblum What would you like to change in the area: Sort out the traffic on the ring road and St Albans Road If you could change your profession what would you do? Travel writer in south America What would you change about yourself? Go back to a 32 inch waistline My Theme Song: Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd If you had one wish what would it be? To maintain good health What is the worst present you have ever received?Watch with a calculator attached to it, it covered what seemed like half of my forearm Stranded on a Desert Island my three prized items would be? Collected works of Gabriel Garcia Marques, iPod with unlimited battery power and a spade to build sandcastles


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