1985– EastEnders Nick Cotton - Series regular, 1985–93, 1998, 2000–01, 2008–09, 2014-2015

 

2015

This Graham Norton Show - EastEnders Special (16 February 2015)

 

This Morning (9 February 2015)

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2014

Lorraine (15 December 2014)

2012

Celebrity Coach Trip

2011

Live From Studio Five

2010

Fern Britton Meets - June Brown

The Wright Stuff Guest Panelist 1 episode: Episode No.14.52

Loose Women Episode No.14.141


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EastEnders: The Greatest Cliffhangers - 3 episodes 2007–10

The Weakest Link - 2 episodes: Goodies and Baddies/'EastEnders' Special 3

2009

The Alan Titchmarsh Show

Totally Saturday

The British Soap Awards

The Podge and Rodge Show

2008

EastEnders: Comebacks - One Off Special Documentary

GMTV

EastEnders: Whodunnits - One Off Special Documentary

2007

No. 1 Soap Fan

Granada Reports

Soapstar Superchef

2005

Balamory

2004

100 Greatest Christmas Moments - TV documentary

Win, Lose or Draw Late

Simply the Best - 1 episode: Episode No.1.5

Celebrity Fear Factor UK - 1 episode: Episode No.1.1

Bo' Selecta as Nick Cotton : Episode No.3.4

2003 EastEnders: Christmas Party

Loose Lips

2002

Kelly

Top Ten - Soap Queens

2001

Liquid News

2000

EastEnders: The Return of Nick Cotton (TV film)

1998

Lenny Goes to Town

1997

Adam's Family Tree Angus the Caveman

1996

Chef! - Lessons in Talking

The Famous Five as Simmy : Five Fall into Adventure

Cold Lazarus Restaurant as Policeman Episode No.1.1

1995–96

Blackhearts in Battersea as Midwink 6 episodes

Photograph © Caroline Mardon

Black Hearts in Battersea is a children's novel by Joan Aiken first published in 1964. The second book in the Wolves Chronicles, it is loosely a sequel to her earlier Wolves of Willoughby Chase. The book is set in a slightly altered historical England—during the reign of King James III—in the early 19th century, and follows the adventures of Simon, an orphan whose plans to study painting in London are derailed by high adventure. Aiken was inspired to create an atmosphere of important events having already transpired offstage (which was helped by the fact that a great deal of the beginning had to be left out due to length), and also included an involved "Dickensian plot" which she believed to complement the habit many children have of rereading or having a book reread to them.[

1994

Pussy in Boots as The Wicked Giant

1992

Noel's House Party : Episode No.1.13

1991

The Ghosts of Oxford Street as Thomas De Quincey

The Adventures of Scragtag and Toddles, Ace Detectives

1990

The Paradise Club as Eddie Rock and Roll Roulette

1984

Minder Cabbie : The Car Lot Baggers

1983

Pictures as Lance Repton : Episode No.1.1

1982

The New Adventures of Lucky Jim as Vic Slater 1 episode: The Apartment

Play for Today as Young man on tube 1 episode: Life After Death

 

Celebrity Coach Trip Winners 2012

John Altman and Derek Martin