Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Graham Cole OBE Interview 2018…
Graham Cole OBE is best known as PC Tony Stamp in the ITV police drama The Bill, a role he played initially as a recurring character from 1984, and then as a regular from 1988 until 2009.
Cole appeared in more episodes of the programme than any other actor. He had previously spent 12 years in Repertory Theatre, and musicals.
He appeared in numerous episodes of Doctor Who in the early 1980s, often in uncredited roles, such as Marshman and Cyberman.
He presented and narrated the police video programme Police Stop! He appeared regularly on Noel’s House Party in sketches with Andrew Paul. Cole was gunged on the show, which was arranged by his mother-in-law.
He has also made a guest appearance in ITV series Law & Order: UK as a barman in one episode.
Graham will be appearing at the Lakeside Country Club on Oct 14th, Oxford 19th Oct and Nov 3rd at the Phoenix Club in London.
Enjoy an exclusive interview with Alex & Graham via YouTube:
Cole is a member of the showbusiness charity the Grand Order of Water Rats and held the title King Rat in 2009.
He is President of the National Holiday Fund, which takes sick and disabled children to Disney World in Florida. He has been a patron of ChildLine for over 25 years and is the president of Greater London South East Scout County.
He has also played Melkur in The Keeper of Traken and finally a Jacondan in The Twin Dilemma.
He also made a guest appearance in the final series of Sooty and Co as a detective called Maurice in the episode “Delgrub”.
Interview recorded by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 21st August 2018.