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Unknown Magazine – Unknown Date 2009



SIMON MACCORKINDALE
Casualty star has terminal cancer

Actor Simon MacCorkindale has revealed he is dying of lung cancer. The 57-year-old former Casualty star, who has been married to actress Susan George for 25 years, was treated for bowel cancer in 2006, but was told he’d make a full recovery. However, a year later it was found the cancer had spread to his lungs. Doctors have told him he may have just three years to live. “It came as a complete bombshell I thought I had beaten it,” he said. “But I don’t want people to think that I’m on the way out. I’m not – I’m as active as I’ve ever been.

 

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Unknown – 31st January 2006



Shock news for Harry

Thanks to Holby.tv for this one

Consultant Harry Harper seems to have the weight heavily on his shoulders at the moment. Facing constant battles with Corporate Manager Nathan which nearly led him to resign, the stress of his SHO Guppy blaming him for his father’s suicide and fed up with being the subject of hospital gossip after staff found out about his brief affair with nurse Ellen.

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Unknown Magazine – 24th August 2005



No more soft soap for Simon

Simon MacCorkindale tells Graham Kibble-White why he likes parts to come with a cause…

Thanks to Holby.TV for this article

As part of the BBC’s DoNation season, Holby City and Casualty join forces for a special interactive episode in which viewers can vote to determine the outcome of an organ donation storyline.

Central to the process will be Casualty’s director of emergency medicine Harry Harper, who’ll reveal the decision at the end of the show.

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Unknown Magazine – Unknown Date 2005



Simon MacCorkindaleSimon MacCorkindale

Driving ban for actor after hit-and-run

Actor Simon MacCorkindale, who plays Harry Harper in the BBC hospital drama Casualty, has been banned from driving for two months and ordered to pay £5,000 after pleading guilty to leaving the scene of an accident in which a cyclist was left with head injuries.

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Unknown Magazine – Unknown Date



The Lowdown On . . .

Simon MacCorkindale as Harry Harper in CasualtySimon MacCorkindale (Casualty, BBC1, 8.20pm)

Age: 53
Style: Dashing English gent
Significant others: Divorced Fiona Fullerton, his wife of five years, in 1981, and three years later married another actress, Susan George.
He says: ‘I’ve always felt my time as and actor and leading man is now’ – on his starring role in Casualty
Finest Hour: His performance in Death On The Nile in 1978 won him the Most Promising Actor award and made his famous.
Don’t Mention: Driving. He was banned for two years last month after a hit-and-run accident, and had to pay £5,000 damages.
Anything else? Simon’s first wedding was held in St Paul’s Cathedral, London – an honour granted to him because his father, an RAF officer, was awarded an OBE.

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Unknown Magazine – Unknown Date



Simon MacCorkindale as Joe Kapp in QuatermassSimon MacCorkindale

A few months a ago, Simon MacCorkindale, 27, was voted the most promising new comer for his performances in Death On The Nile and Riddle Of The Sands. The success clearly thrilled him but left him pondering on how to keep on top

“Talent is in the eye of the beholder. I’ve been very lucky and had a lot of breaks, but I still feel it’s no harder to be a success than to be a failure because there are no rules for finding success. You have to make them yourself and be rational. And then you find remaining there is almost harder than getting there.”

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Secret Mission Accomplished

Simon MacCorkindale, who stars in Jaws 3, is still living out a love story with his actress wife Susan George. The pair have also gone into partnership, he as producer, she as executive producer, to put another love story on screen. Stealing Heaven, which was filmed recently in Yugoslavia, tells the tale of the legendary medieval romance between Heloise and a celibate monk called Abelard. It is the result of plans that MacCorkindale started in the early Eighties. When he left Britain for America – and, ultimately, the TV series Falcon Crest – six years ago, he was a man with a secret mission; to get together the expertise and money to return and set up film projects here. ‘I just got frustrated at not being in control of my own destiny,’ he says. ‘Now, at least I will know I’m giving a project my all.’

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