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My profession: Funeral director My family: Mum and two brothers, Adam and Russell, Katie Place of birth: Watford General Hospital When you were young what did you want to be: A lawyer Who was your hero: Martyn K Ginder My first car: Vauxhall Astra My first job: Stockbroker‘s assistant My all-time favourite album/CD: Smokey Robinson and the Miracles/ Kings of Leon My favourite food: A roast dinner cooked by Mum or Dad My favourite UK holiday spot: Bournemouth My first crush: Lindsay Lohan My favourite restaurant: Va‘pensiero in Radlett My favourite pub: Black Boy in Bricket Wood My favourite movie: Stand by Me My sporting interests: Golf My favourite hobby: Golf My worst habit: Smoking My favourite gadget: iPad My most embarrassing moment: When Mum caught me smoking in front of friends My most memorable moment: Carrying my father‘s coffin My favourite periodical: My News Magazines Who would you not want to be stuck in a lift with: Jedward Who would you most like to meet: Lord Alan Sugar What famous person do you most resemble: Someone you may know: Mr M K Ginder What would you most like to change about the local area: The parking My ideal dinner date (not present partner): Karren Brady My ideal night out: Dinner, drinks and music with friends and family If you could change your profession, what would you do: I would not change a thing, I love helping families at their time of need. What would you change about yourself: Nothing My theme song: The Boys are Back in Town If you could have one wish, what would it be: To have my Dad with me What is the worst present you have ever receive: A jumper that was two sizes too small Stranded on a desert island my three prized items would be: Lighter, my beautiful fiancé and a boat to sail back In a film about your life, what actor would play you: Robin Williams.


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