Gary Bakewell
British actor
Gary Bakewell
Gary Bakewell is a Scottish television actor who is best known for his roles as Paul McCartney in the film Backbeat and the lead character Richard Mayhew, in Neil Gaiman's BBC television series Neverwhere. As well as twice portraying Paul McCartney, in Backbeat and The Linda McCartney Story, he has appeared in a number of television series including Chef!, Doctors and Spooks.
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Casting Announced for West End-Bound Backbeat, Charting the Rise of the Beatles - Broadway.com
Google News - over 5 years
Directed by Ian Softley, the 1994 Backbeat movie starred Stephen Dorff as Sutcliffe, Sheryl Lee as Kircherr, Ian Hart as John Lennon, Gary Bakewell as Paul McCartney and Sean O'Neill as George Harrison
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Date Announced for Neil Gaiman's '15th Anniversary Edition' DVD - TVShowsOnDVD.com
Google News - over 5 years
... far below "London Above," where office drone Richard Mayhew (Gary Bakewell) unwittingly finds himself after rescuing Door (Laura Fraser, He Knew He Was Right), an underworld dweller determined to learn why her parents have been killed
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Backbeat, Charting the Rise of the Beatles, Sets West End Dates - Broadway.com
Google News - over 5 years
Directed by Ian Softley, the 1994 Backbeat movie starred Stephen Dorff as Sutcliffe, Sheryl Lee as Kircherr, Ian Hart as John Lennon, Gary Bakewell as Paul McCartney and Sean O'Neill as George Harrison
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Música para assistir na TV - Diário de Pernambuco (Assinatura)
Google News - over 5 years
No elenco, Stephen Dorff, Ian Hart, Sheryl Lee, Gary Bakewell e Chris O'Neill. A cinebiografia de Bob Dylan dá continuidade ao especial na próxima quinta, dia 16. Não estou lá (2006), de Todd Haynes, dá a seis atores, inclusive Cate Blanchett,
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TELEVISION REVIEW; The Lovely Linda, Camera in Hand
NYTimes - almost 17 years
First we hated her for marrying Paul. She wasn't beautiful enough; she wasn't famous; she was American, for heaven's sake. Later we hated her for breaking up the Beatles (with Yoko's help), then joining her husband's new band when it was clear she couldn't sing, and wasn't she just a little too self-righteous about those vegetarian cookbooks and
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Review/Film; A Fifth Beatle Who Abandoned Rock for High Art
NYTimes - almost 23 years
In the realm of Beatles lore, Stu Sutcliffe is the man who got away. He was the Liverpool art student who exerted a strong stylistic influence over his best friend, John Lennon, and turned his back on Lennon's band just as that band reached the threshold of fame. Sutcliffe preferred to pursue a career as an Abstract Expressionist painter and to
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