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They took ham actor Ronald Villiers there in t h e 2 0 0 2 H o g m a n a y episode for a scene with original stars Paul Samson and John Murtagh.
Ed Miliband tried to appear Prime Ministerial but kept staring down the camera like a ham actor in a hospital soap telling a car-crash victim that he'd have to take his legs off.
The first of nine silent films appeared in Cardiff in 1909, three in the 1930s with the hammiest ham actor of all, Tod Slaughter, as the villain.
Owens - like a real-life version of Ronald Villiers, the ham actor from TV's Chewin The Fat - claimed he was just engaging in "the banter".
In the state that once sent a guy named Ronald Reagan to the governor's mansion despite criticism that he was just a ham actor who co-starred with a chimpanzee, regular voters - even those who aren't Davis fans - furrowed their brows and looked a little embarrassed when asked about the broader implications of the recall.
His demeanour was that of a ham actor playing the role of consultant.
1) Guitar solos, home to more ham actor torment than Albert Square.
You can also bet that Blodwen Chin-Wobbler, mezzo-soprano with the National Opera of Blaenau Ffestiniog, will become a Dame and there will be an MBE for Charlie Chump, ham actor in a sad soap opera.
More the sick cynic than a ham actor clinging to a Broadway fantasy, Byrne sends Tyrone way down the path to utter darkness earlier than the script demands.
With his pompous ham actor persona and his total reliance on spin and soundbites, it's hard to imagine him facing up to other party leaders on TV.
BBC1, 9pm I HOPE actor Matt Berry, who plays booming-voiced ham actor Steven Toast in the Channel 4 sitcom Toast of London, watches this.
In other frolics, Kevin Kline plays the ham actor Bottom, Michelle Pfeiffer (who is married to Flockhart's boss, ``Ally'' creator David E.
Turning point comes upon their seeing a Broadway performance of "Hamlet" starring a declamatory ham actor, Jeremy Burtom (Alfred Molina).
Owens, 62, claimed - like Ronald Villiers, the ham actor character from Chewin' the Fat - he was just engaging in "the banter".
Birmingham City manager Trevor Francis, summarising for Sky TV, gave this side no chance against Sweden and that radio ham actor, David Mellor, persisted in clogging the airwaves with negative thoughts which declared practically the whole team international imposters.