1. English Actor, Director, and Screenwriter
Born in London, England on January 31, 1966, Dexter Fletcher is an English actor, director, and screenwriter who has been in the entertainment industry for over three decades. He has appeared in a variety of films, including Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Kick-Ass 2, and Eddie the Eagle, and has directed films such as Wild Bill and Rocketman. He has also written and directed television series such as The Wrong Mans and Press. Fletcher has been nominated for several awards, including a BAFTA for Best Short Film for his work on The Final Cut.
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2. Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels
Popular actor Dexter Fletcher is best known for his roles in the cult classic movie Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, the hit TV series Hotel Babylon, the critically acclaimed Band of Brothers, and the beloved children's show Press Gang. His performance in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels earned him a British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actor, while his work in Band of Brothers earned him a nomination for a Screen Actors Guild Award. His impressive body of work has made him a beloved figure in the entertainment industry.
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3. TV presenter and actor
Dexter Fletcher is no stranger to the world of television. In addition to his extensive acting career, he also had a brief stint as a presenter for the third series of the popular TV show GamesMaster. During his time on the show, Fletcher hosted a variety of challenges and competitions, engaging viewers with his witty banter and infectious enthusiasm.
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4. Iconic Actor and Director
In 1976, Dexter Fletcher made his debut in the iconic movie Bugsy Malone, playing the role of Baby Face. This was the start of a long and successful career for Fletcher, who has since gone on to appear in a variety of films and television shows, including Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Stardust, and The Elephant Man. He has also directed several films, including Rocketman and Eddie the Eagle.
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5. A Star in the Making
In 1982, Dexter Fletcher made his stage debut in a production of William Shakespeare's classic play, A Midsummer Night's Dream. His performance was met with critical acclaim, and it marked the beginning of a long and successful career in the theatre. Since then, Fletcher has gone on to appear in numerous productions, both on stage and on screen, and has become one of the most recognizable names in the entertainment industry.
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6. Voice of McDonald's TV Ads, Neil Strauss' Audio Book
Actor Dexter Fletcher has had a varied career, from voicing McDonald's TV ads to narrating Neil Strauss' audio book, 'The Game'. His distinctive voice has been heard by millions of people around the world, and his work has been praised for its clarity and emotion. Fletcher's ability to bring characters to life has made him a popular choice for voice-over work, and his work on 'The Game' has been particularly well-received.
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7. " Actor, Director, Car Enthusiast"
Dexter Fletcher is an accomplished actor, director, and narrator. He has starred in films such as "Eddie the Eagle" and "Rocketman", and directed "Bohemian Rhapsody". He has also lent his voice to the Five series Airforce Afghanistan, as well as Discovery Channel's "Chop Shop: London Garage". In the latter, Fletcher narrates the story of a group of mechanics who build and modify cars in a London garage. His narration brings the show to life, providing an insight into the world of custom car building.Advertisement
8. Dexter Fletcher makes directorial debut with "Wild Bill"
On 20th March 2012, Dexter Fletcher made his directorial debut with the release of Wild Bill, a British crime drama film. The film, which stars Charlie Creed-Miles, Andy Serkis, and Liz White, follows the story of a recently released ex-convict who struggles to reconnect with his two sons. The film was met with positive reviews, with critics praising Fletcher's direction and the performances of the cast.
9. Dexter Fletcher to Direct New Musical Movie, Sunshine on Leith
Dexter Fletcher is an acclaimed director who is currently working on a new musical movie, Sunshine on Leith, written by Stephen Greenhorn. This highly anticipated movie is set to be released in 2013 and is sure to be a hit with audiences. Fletcher is no stranger to the big screen, having directed a number of successful films in the past, and is sure to bring his unique style and vision to this new project.
10. Dexter Fletcher Steals Nasturtiums!
On a sunny day, Dexter Fletcher made a fateful decision to steal two bunches of Nasturtiums from Edwards' stall, costing £5. Unfortunately, he was caught and arrested for theft. When questioned, Fletcher admitted his guilt and explained that he had intended to give the flowers to his girlfriend, but had lost his cash card and was unable to pay for them. He apologized to Edwards and paid him back for the flowers, but the damage had already been done.
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