Huggy Leaver

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Huggy Leaver (born Hugh Leaver), sometimes credited as Huggy Lever, is a British actor[1] and former vocalist of The Plastix, an early UK Punk band.[2][3]

He has appeared in Trial & Retribution, Birds of a Feather, A Touch of Frost and Black Books. He also played Paul in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Mario in the 2000 film Going Off Big Time and appeared as a cab driver in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.[4]

More recently, he played the recurrent role of Clint in EastEnders and Delivery Man 2 in Never Let Me Go.

He has a love of motorcycles and has customized some in the streetfighter style, as created by designer/artist Andy Sparrow, in his strip Bloodrunners[5] in the 1980s. One such streetfighter was featured in the 1995 movie Mad dogs and Englishmen and ridden by C. Thomas Howell's despatch rider character.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Halliwell's Film & Video Guide 2004 by Leslie Halliwell, John Walker.
  2. ^ Plastix, Hastings.
  3. ^ Punk Diary: the ultimate trainspotter's guide to underground rock, 1970-1982 by George Gimarc
  4. ^ Film Review 2001-2002: The Definitive Film Yearbook by James Cameron-Wilson
  5. ^ http://www.bloodrunners.com/bikes

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