Antonio won a BAFTA

How exciting Antonio’s Breakfast won the BAFTA after all!!! All I saw on the TV was a 2 second glimpse of Amber on stage clutching the mask. Where was Daniel? Surely he was there? Either way it is great news and I am sure we will benefit from it no end.

Antonio's Breakfast won the BAFTA

Tomorrow I am off to Sydney to shoot a few FOSTERS commercials with Director PAUL MIDDLEDITCH. 21 hours in the air is sounding very appealing to me just now. Catch up on a few movies. Catch up on some sleep. No phone calls…

And back on the 9th of March, missing my precious Apoa’s 13th birthday and my no less precious Kiloh’s secondary school acceptance letters. The suspense is terrible…


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