Lee MacDonald

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Lee MacDonald
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Born Lee MacDonald
(1968-06-21) June 21, 1968 (age 49)
Nationality British
Occupation Actor
Years active 1979–present

Lee MacDonald (born 21 June 1968) is a British actor who played Zammo McGuire in the children's TV series Grange Hill from 1982-1987. Since then he has made cameo appearances on Birds of a Feather, The Bill and a TV version of A Midsummer Night's Dream. He trained as a boxer, but a car crash left him unable to fight any more. He now runs a locksmith-and-key-cutting shop in Wallington, Surrey. He learned this trade while filming Grange Hill, and opened his business around 1999.

He appeared in the Sky 1 show Cirque de Celebrité until he was voted out on the fourth show. He was, however, invited back when Sophie Anderton left due to injury, but was again voted out on the seventh show.

MacDonald filmed a pilot for a series entitled Cabbies for ITV: he also appeared as a travel correspondent on BroadbandTV.

In October 2008, MacDonald appeared in BBC Three's Celebrity Scissorhands, where celebrities learned to cut hair and do other beauty treatments, raising money for BBC Children in Need.

In November 2015, MacDonald took part in a "Child Stars" edition of Pointless Celebrities, with fellow Grange Hill star Erkan Mustafa as his teammate. In September 2016, he appeared on an edition of ITV's Who's Doing the Dishes?.

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