Today a very awesome e-mailed dropped on my lap, more guests! Yay!

First we have, a guy who needs no introduction, active for over sixty years, is Leslie Philips!

Chris Rankin who played that guy in Harry Potter, the one with the spells…Percy! Weasley! That sounds about right…(It is, I checked.)

Tim McInnery, apparently he played Hob in Blackadder, this was in the episode “Black Death” (editors note…Tim McInnery was absolutely excellent in Blackadder for those who were perhaps a bit younger than me)

Here’s one I know about! Julian Glover, this chap played General (Maximilian) Veers in Empire Strikes Back. Veers used a lot of dirty tricks to get a place on the first Death Star! He is a true military man. Julian Glover has been in other stuff too though! A lot of other stuff, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Indiana Jones, all sorts!

Simon Bamford This guy played the fat fella out of Hellraiser! Butterball Cenobite, y’know the cool one.

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Other guests include:


James Hampton (Teen Wolf)

Nicholas Parsons (Doctor Who)

Ron Moody, – Fagin in Lionel Bart’s stage and film musical Oliver! And

Mark Lester, who played the lead role of Oliver Twist.

Burt Kwouk (Pink Panther)

Val Lehman (Prisoner: Cell Block H)

Brian Croucher (Blake’s 7, EastEnders)

Terry Molloy (Doctor Who)

Brigit Forsyth (Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? )

George Innes (Master & Commander, The Italian Job)

Tony Osoba (Porridge)

Kristian Nairn (Game of Thrones)

‘70s cheeky chappie Robin Askwith; scream queens Yvonne Monlaur; Yvonne Romain and Madeline Smith, and Leslie Bricusse, the composer who penned the lyrics to James Bond’s ‘Goldfinger’. (Because the lyrics were so diverse and meaningful – right?)

In addition, top models Holly Maguire; Linsey Dawn McKenzie; Monica Harris and Penthouse Pet Kyla Cole will add a touch of glamour (“Glamour”) to the Birmingham show.

Meanwhile, sports guests attending Memorabilia include boxing great Riddick Bowe; snooker legend Steve Davis; Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler; Man. United skippers Bryan Robson and Steve Bruce; Chelsea captain Dennis Wise; Aston Villa forward Peter McParland; Arsenal striker Alan Smith and Scotland stalwart Bobby Moncur.