Doc Brown visits DV8 Open Evening
With exams well underway for many students, we are sure lots of young people all over the country are thinking about which courses to take and what the future might hold for them. So for our last open evening we arranged for a special guest to share some tips on how to be a successful creative.
Rapper, Scriptwriter, Actor and Comedian Doc Brown aka Ben Bailey-Smith, has a career that most artists could only dream of. He has just finished a first series as the new co-star of ITV1′s Law & Order, not to mention his roles in the BBC series “Rev” and “Miranda”, as well as Channel 4’s ”The Inbetweeners”.
Smith has also provided voices for the characters on the CBBC series “Big Babies” for which he also sang the theme tune. If that isn’t enough, Doc created a teen comedy-drama for the BBC called “The Four O’clock Club”, on which he is also the co writer, and co-musical director. This man is no stranger to the music industry either as he has rapped alongside the likes of Mark Ronson, Lily Allen and Amy Winehouse. We were very excited to have him visit us – Check out what he had to say in the video above.
Sign up to come to the next DV8 Open Evening on Monday 30th June by calling 0208 509 6070