Daily Mirror – Front Page – 16th October 2010


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TV hunk Simon is dead at 58

TV smoothie Simon MacCorkindale has lost his four-year battle with cancer.
The 58-year-old – Dr Harry Harper in Casualty – died in the arms of wife Susan George.
“He was the best of everything,” she said.

 

See below for full article: http://www.simonmaccorkindale.net/articles/?p=664

 


Daily Mail – 16th October 2010


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Simon, star of Casualty, dies in arms of his wife Susan George

SIMON MacCorkindale, the film star who became a stalwart of the BBC drama Casualty, has died after a four-year battle with cancer.

The 58-year-old died in the arms of his wife, Susan George, at a clinic in Harley Street.

In a statement released last night, the actress said: ‘No one could have fought this disease any harder than he did since being diagnosed four years ago.

‘He fought it with such strength, courage and belief. Last night, he lost this battle, and he died peacefully in my arms.

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Daily Express – 16th October 2010


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Casualty star Simon loses cancer fight he kept secret for years

CASUALTY star Simon MacCorkindale has died after a four year fight with terminal lung cancer.

The 58-year-old British actor who did not smoke passed away in the arms of his wife, the actress Susan George.

Last night she issued a dignified statement: “No one could have fought this disease any harder than Simon did since being diagnosed four years ago.

“He fought it with such strength, courage and belief.

“Last night, he lost this battle, and he died peacefully in my arms.

“To me, he was simply the best of everything, and I loved him with all my heart.

“He will live on in me forever.”

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Paul Ford Sound – 16th October 2010



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This is a lovely article about Simon from someone who recorded some of his voice over work

He had a rich, warm voice, full of authority, but had the rare ability to make it flick from friendly to menacing within the same sentence. His range was truly excellent.

Full article: http://paulfordsound.wordpress.com/2010/10/16/simon-maccorkindale-1952-2010/

 


Simon News – Simon Passes Away


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It was announced earlier today that Simon MacCorkindale passed away last night in a London Clinic.

Our thoughts are with his friends and family at this time

If you wish to discuss this you can here http://www.simonmaccorkindale.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=1048


wcnews.com – 15th October 2010


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Goodbye, Simon MacCorkindale

This is an interesting article on Simon’s small role in the film Wing Commander.  This has info about cut lines and a good discussion between a few fans of the film

The man only had a bit part with three lines in the whole film, and it still manages to be one of the most memorable performances.

Full discussion: http://www.wcnews.com/chatzone/threads/goodbye-simon-maccorkindale-october-15-2010.24869/


anthonyphillips.co.uk – October 2010



Simon MacCorkindale – 1952 – 2010

A small tribute to Simon from someone who worked with him

Yet Simon, with his genial demeanour and infectious boyish enthusiasm, was utterly behind it. A thoroughly likeable man, possessed of great generosity of spirit, he was a source of constant of encouragement at the time

Full article: http://www.anthonyphillips.co.uk/news/simonmac.htm


On This Day: New Tricks – Good Morning Lemmings


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Series: New Tricks
Episode: S7Ep5 – Good Morning Lemmings
First Aired: 8 October 2010
Character: Sir David Bryant

Description: Brenda and the team reopen the investigation into the murder of graffiti artist Danny Tyler who died from a head trauma caused by a blunt instrument. Their interest in the case has arisen from the appearance of recent graffiti proclaiming ‘I Killed Flak”, Flak being Tyler’s street name. Tyler had acquired a level of fame and his work is now quite valuable. They have CCTV footage of the latest graffiti artist but the person can’t really be identified. There was clearly friction among the taggers in Tyler’s clique, not the least of which due to his rising fame and they were also involved in a string of ATM robberies. When the ‘I Killed Flak’ graffiti is shown to be a publicity stunt, they look at an art patron as a possible suspect. Meanwhile, Brian has taken to using Twitter with the user-name topcop999 but his fascination with it results in him becoming sloppy in his daily work.

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Simon News – New Tricks – Update


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The new series of  New Tricks is due to air in September.

Looking at Digiguide the first episode will air 10th September, as Simon said his was the second episode so it should air on the 17th September 2010, unless they’ve changed the running order.

Edit: Simon has said his role is very small.

Update 17/09: Simon’s episode will be 8th October, so a little bit more of a wait:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/proginfo/tv/2010/wk40/fri.shtml#fri_tricks

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On This Day: 13 Hrs


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Series: 13 Hrs (Night Wolf)
First Aired: 28 August 2010
Character: Duncan Moore

Description: Sarah Tyler returns to her troubled family home in the isolated countryside, for a much put-off visit. As a storm rages outside, Sarah, her family and friends shore up for the night, cut off from the outside world. But something comes out of the driving rain and darkness. Something that holds a dark secret so devastating that, in one night, it could wipe out the entire family.

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