Mark Speight

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== Shows ==
== Shows ==
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[[Celebrity Wrestling]] (participant)
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== Biography ==
== Biography ==
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Kids' TV presenter with a telly persona based around him being a bit of a cheesy joker. He did all sorts of stuff (including a stint as a ''Max Headroom''-style rubber-mask-and-SFX-enhanced presenter on the short-lived ITV Saturday morning show ''Scatchy &amp; Co'') but is perhaps most famous for ''SMart'', where he was able to put his artistic skills to good use. When he wasn't doing telly, he was a successful commercial illustrator.
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Kids' TV presenter with a telly persona based around him being a bit of a cheesy joker. He did all sorts of stuff (including a stint as a ''Max Headroom''-style rubber-mask-and-SFX-enhanced presenter on the short-lived ITV Saturday morning show ''Scratchy &amp; Co'') but is perhaps most famous for ''SMart'', where he was able to put his artistic skills to good use. When he wasn't doing telly, he was a successful commercial illustrator.
Speight's fiancee, Natasha Collins (who originally played the jester "See" in [[See it, Saw it]]) was found dead in the couple's flat in January 2008. Three months later, Mark Speight was reported missing. His body was found at Paddington Station on 13 April 2008. He was 42.
Speight's fiancee, Natasha Collins (who originally played the jester "See" in [[See it, Saw it]]) was found dead in the couple's flat in January 2008. Three months later, Mark Speight was reported missing. His body was found at Paddington Station on 13 April 2008. He was 42.
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[http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0951787519/labyrinthgames Secrets of an Aerobics Instructor] (illustrator)
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== Web links ==
== Web links ==
[http://uk.imdb.com/name/nm1217981/ Internet Movie Database entry]
[http://uk.imdb.com/name/nm1217981/ Internet Movie Database entry]
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Speight Wikipedia entry]
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== See also ==
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[[Weaver's Week 2008-04-20|Weaver's Week obituary]]
[[Category:People|Speight, Mark]]
[[Category:People|Speight, Mark]]

Current revision as of 03:50, 6 November 2016

Contents

Shows

Beat the Cyborgs

Celebrity Wrestling (participant)

Eat Your Words (co-host)

Insides Out

Name That Toon

See it, Saw it

Take 7

Biography

Kids' TV presenter with a telly persona based around him being a bit of a cheesy joker. He did all sorts of stuff (including a stint as a Max Headroom-style rubber-mask-and-SFX-enhanced presenter on the short-lived ITV Saturday morning show Scratchy & Co) but is perhaps most famous for SMart, where he was able to put his artistic skills to good use. When he wasn't doing telly, he was a successful commercial illustrator.

Speight's fiancee, Natasha Collins (who originally played the jester "See" in See it, Saw it) was found dead in the couple's flat in January 2008. Three months later, Mark Speight was reported missing. His body was found at Paddington Station on 13 April 2008. He was 42.

Books / Tapes

Smart: Bright Ideas and Crafty Things To Do

Secrets of an Aerobics Instructor (illustrator)

Web links

Internet Movie Database entry

Wikipedia entry

See also

Weaver's Week obituary

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