Mr Kitchen decided to drive down from Liverpool, just for a personal photo session… :o)
What? I was dreaming again?!
Mr Kitchen… as tipsy as you like :o)
As Jeremy Swain in Dirty Old Town (1995) and Major Armstrong in Dandelion Dead (1994)
As per my previous blog, I was successful with getting Michael Kitchen’s mug on my own mug (thanks Vistaprint)
I’m still working on the Etch-a-Sketch…(not really) :o)
I’ve generated a Michael Kitchen version of the game ‘2048’. The quite addictive’ maths game, which is even more addictive with Michaels instead of numbers :o)
Click on the photo to open the game :o)
So much for catching up with ‘The Real History Behind Foyle’s War’… Strawberry Bonbon is staging an intervention :o/
lauraraposa said OMG. There’s a BOOK? Really?
Oh yes indeedy :o) I managed to get mine from Amazon (although I didn’t pay this much!!)
Jeremy Irons as Richard II and Michael Kitchen as Henry Bolingbroke in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Shakespeare’s Richard II, 1986.
Double the vision - double the trouble… ;o)Mr Kitchen as John/Ray in The Last Contract (Sista Kontraktet),1998.
Eight places where it is unlikely you’ll see Michael Kitchen…
But I like to think the Etch-a-Sketch is possible :o)
George Gently For britishdetectives
And Banksy style for abjectadmirer
I was just sitting down to watch Poirot earlier today and this advert came on, shortly followed by a voice I recognised :o)
Anyone else get uber excited when old episodes of Foyle’s War (already owned on dvd) are repeated?
Michael Kitchen ~ Music To Watch Girls By
Ok ladies, as you know I’m not one to turn down a challenge, so here goes :o)
Remind me not to listen to britishdetectives, abjectadmirer and dancesabove again ;o)
Screen cap of Michael Kitchen as Peter (Caught on a Train, 1980).
I know there are Frau Messner fans out there, but I decided to edit her out… The lack of background compliments Mr K’s delightful profile :o)
Mr K as Richard Crane in Reckless… The curls grabbed my attention, I then gave him a noir look ;o)
After my earlier beards blog, something felt familiar about them :o/
See if you can spot the difference… :o)
Publicity shot for Always & Everyone (1999, ITV)
Michael Kitchen (Jack Turner), Jane Danson (Samantha Docherty), Martin Shaw (Robert Kingsford) and Niamh Cusak (Christine Fletcher).
Image courtesy of Hazeleyes (as I couldn’t find the original), but I have edited it as the original was a tad small.
Michael Kitchen asked me these three questions… then I woke up.