Remembered for Drop The Dead Donkey, Bridget Jones' Diary and Fever Pitch...
Neil Pearson took a break from performing in Harold Pinter's Old Times at Malvern Theatres to pop into BBC Hereford and Worcester and share a Pie and a Pint with Tony Fisher.
Neil's most famous for his roles in the sitcom Drop the Dead Donkey, and the thriller Between The Lines.
He's also appeared in several films, including Bridget Jones' Diary and Fever Pitch.
In 2006, Neil was a judge on Channel 4's The Play's The Thing, which aimed to find a play written by an unknown writer and give it a run in the West End.
last updated: 15/05/2008 at 15:39