Johnny English lookalike, Steve Keefe, is accepting bookings for assignments worldwide.
Contact us if you’re planning an advertising project or event as he is now back in vogue with the new film.
This 2003 British comedy film parodies the James Bond secret agent genre with the film starring Ben Miller, Rowan Atkinson and John Malkovich.
Atkinson had previously appeared in the 1983 James Bond film, Never Say Never Again.
The screenplay was written by Bond writers Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, with William Davies and the film was directed by Peter Howitt.
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This 2003 British – American spy comedy film parodies the James Bond secret agent genre infused with comedy similar to Atkinson’s Mr. Bean character and grossed a total of $160 million worldwide.
The film was followed by a sequel, 2011’s Johnny English Reborn. Released in the United Kingdom on April 11 it topped the country’s box office for the next three weekends before being overtaken by X2. A second sequel released in October 2018.
The character of Johnny himself is based on a similar character called Richard Latham, who was played by Atkinson in a series of British television advertisements for Barclaycard.
Bough (pronounced ‘Boff’) was retained from the advertisements though another actor, Henry Naylor, played the part in the ads.
Some of the gags from the advertisements made it into the film, including English incorrectly identifying a waiter and inadvertently shooting himself with a tranquilliser ballpoint pen. (Wikipedia).
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