Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Jules Knight Holby & Blake New Album Life Story Interview…
Jules shot to fame in 2007 in the classical group Blake who had 4 top selling albums.
He left the group in Jan 2013 to steal the hearts, and set pulses racing, as Dr Harry Tressler in BBC1 drama Holby.
He’s got a great personality, a huge warmth and terrific voice.
This Spring Jules is releasing a brand new album called ‘Change Of Heart’.
Flirty Harry made quite an impression on the nurses after first appearing on the BBC medical drama.
This popular character soon earned the nickname Dr Love as he became the hospital bad boy.
But now Jules, 33, from London, has given up hospital gowns to recapture chart glory at the top of the charts.
Enjoy an exclusive interview with Jules and Alex Belfield in London:
Knight was born in Hastings and lived in Robertsbridge and attended Vinehall School.
At the age of seven, Knight became a choirboy at Winchester Cathedral.
This meant he had to switch to The Pilgrims’ School which was closer to the cathedral.
When he was thirteen, he sang solo at the Sydney Opera House.
In sixth form, Knight won a scholarship to Eastbourne College.
At the time, he was living between Battle, Sedlescombe, Hooe, Hawkhurst and Benenden, all in East Sussex.
He then attended the University of St Andrews, where he met Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and studied history of art.
He also attended the Central School of Speech and Drama, where he received an MA in acting.
Knight keeps his past with Prince William at university on the down-low, only mentioning it during interviews.
Interview recorded by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 24th March 2015.