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My Profession: Plumber My Family: Girlfriend My Place of Birth: Bushey When you were young what did you want to be: Racing car driver Who was your hero? My uncle Bert when I was little My 1st Car: Mk 2 Cortina My 1st Job: Plumber My all-time favourite Album/CD: UB40 Labour of Love My Favourite Food: Steak and chips My Favourite UK Holiday Spot: Devon My First Crush: Toyah My Favourite Restaurant: Bricklayers Arms in Flaunden My Favourite Pub: Roundbush My Favourite TV: Hairy bikers My Favourite Movie: James Bond My Sporting Interests: Arsenal FC and cricket My Favourite Hobbies: Archery, eating out and cinema My Favourite Gadget: Sat nav My Worst Habit: Impatience My Most Memorable Moment: Meeting my girlfriend My Favourite Periodical: My Abbots News My Favourite Part of Abbots: The High Street Who would you NOT want to be stuck in a lift with? Bruce Forsyth Who would most like to meet? Ray Winstone and I have met him What famous person do you most resemble? Some people say Phil in EastEnders What would you like to change in Abbots: Speed bumps My ideal night out: Nice meal If you could change your profession what would you do? Top Gear presenter What would you change about yourself? Have a bit more hair My Theme Song: Always look on the bright side of life If you had one wish what would it be: To get six numbers Lotto What is the worst present you have ever re- ceived? Homemade knitted jumper Stranded on a Desert Island my three prized items would be? My bow, a radio and tomato sauce In a film about your life which Actor would play you? Bob Hoskins


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