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September 26th - items from Sept Film fair added including Michael Brandon, Oliver Skeete, Daryl Kwan, Phil Rose, Richard Gibson, Loftus Burton, Sebastien Foucan, Brian Croucher, Glynis Barber, Alex Norton, Michael Moor, Paul Jerricho, Caroline Munro, Nicholas Young, Sue Hodge, & Sally Knyvette and many more
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JAMES COOMBES - as Governor De Rouvray of Navarre - Knightfall
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JAMES COOMBES - as Governor De Rouvray of Navarre - Knightfall

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This is a 10 x 8 photo that was hand signed by James Coombes at the London Film Fair. It has been hand signed in silver sharpie.

Every autograph we sell is an original and therefore slight differences in signature, pen colour and placement may occur

James Coombes (born 8 October 1956 in Newport, Monmouthshire) is a well known British film, television and theatre actor. He trained as an actor at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama from 1975 to 1978.

He is best known for his roles as Pierre Challon during the final series of the BBC drama Howards' Way, and Grendel in HTV's Robin of Sherwood. He also donned the famous black polo top as the iconic Milk Tray Man in the eighties' TV adverts. He appeared as Paroli in the 1984 Doctor Who serial Warriors of the Deep and provided the voice of the Krargs in the lost episode Shada, written by Douglas Adams. He has appeared in many films including Murder with Mirrors co-starring with Bette Davis and Helen Hayes, and played Richard Gere's son, Amnon, in the Bible epic, King David. He also played Sir Lancelot in the Disney film, A Knight in Camelot with Whoopi Goldberg. He appeared in Monarch, with fellow Doctor Who actors T. P. McKenna and Jean Marsh.