Music Video with John Neville!

We recently shot a Music Video for the band, Maningham Park with the Great John Neville starring. Known for his great many years in film and in theatre. John starred in Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Adventures of the Baron Munchausen’. And he is also well know for his roles in, The X-Files, The Fifth Element, and many more roles.. He played famous characters like, The Well-Manicured Man in The X-Files, and the part of Alfie at the Mermaid theatre, the role that became Michael Caine’s calling card on film.

The video shoot went very well, and John was a pleasure to work with. The video turned out well, and can be seen here.

Unfortunately, we just got the news that John has passed away. Here is a great article talking about his long and marvelous career on the stage and in film. http://www.guardian.co.uk/stage/2011/nov/21/john-neville

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