Oxford, England, GB
|Mad Men of Europe||Actor||Uncle Ben||7|
|Things Are Looking Up||Actor||Chairman||7|
|Who Slew Auntie Roo?||1970||Actor||Christopher||19707|
|Michael Jackson & Bubbles: The Untold Story||2009 2008 - 2009||Actor||Commentator||20097|
|Crossed Swords||1977||Actor||Prince Edward||19777|
|La Prima volta sull'Erba||1974||Actor||Franz||19747|
|Senza Ragione||1971||Actor||Lennox Duncan||19717|
|Crossed Swords||1977||Actor||Tom Canty||19777|
|Our Mother's House||1967||Actor||Jiminee||19677|
|Fahrenheit 451||1966||Actor||1st Small Boy||19667|
|From The Guardian (August 22, 2000): Now 41, the star of the film Oliver! won fame at the age of 10. By 14, was earning 100,000 pounds a year as he starred in an average of two films a year.|
|But, as puberty beckoned, the roles dried up. There seemed little to do but spend his newly released money: on his 18th birthday he was handed 70,000 pounds and went wild. "I bought myself a Ferrari and it was party, party, party," he has said. "It was terrific fun at first. I tried everything that was going, drink, dope, acid - whatever was on offer. For a teenage boy, it was like a dream come true."
But it soon turned sour: the 70,000 pounds took just two years to get through, and his three-year relationship disintegrated when his girlfriend tired of his dissolute lifestyle.
It was a wake-up call. He ended up in rehab, began to keep fit, and, at 28, went back to school to gain the A levels required to study osteopathy. Now married with young children, he runs a successful osteopathy and acupuncture clinic in Cheltenham.
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