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Some people bring out the worst in you, others bring out the best, and then there are those remarkably rare, addictive ones who just bring out the most. Of everything.
They make you feel so alive,

Remember, directly, or indirectly, everything we write is for someone, The truth is, everyone is going to hurt you. You just got to find the ones worth suffering for

Here’s my advice for anybody out there who is creative and scared, Shout until they fucking hear you. And then shout even louder.

I have a question. Why as an art industry are we still being subsidies instead of being invested in? As an industry we are bringing so much revenue into this country, we are exported all over the world, economically and socially we are the strongest growing business in Britain. So why are we not treated as an asset of growth and development?

Inside the heart of each and every one of us there is a longing to be understood by someone who really cares. When a person is understood, he or she can put up with almost anything in the world.

So the National Theatre just celebrated 50 years. There's a huge British movement with British Actors, Musicians, Directors, Writers, Dancers, Creatives etc…making their stamp all over the world. Yet the Torys are axeing Drama as a GCSE, Are you seriously kidding me? I did Drama at school and am so proud of my qualification which helped to give me the confidence and inspired me to take a chance in life but not just a chance...but a second chance.

I fall in love with people’s passion. The way their eyes light up when they talk about the thing they love and the way they fill with light.

Every business is like Hollywood or the UK film business..amibition corrupts and it is also the major ingrediant to GREATNESS.

Some seem to get a lil more luck than others when our cards are dealt when it comes to what pleases the eye but am glad my job takes me past that as we are always looking for all shapes, sizes, ages and so I don't discriminate, In my world everyone is beautiful and a gift to the world and all the luck in the world can't give you heart and thats is a blessing which I love to see most in people.

Probably the most poignant advice I have ever been given, still resounds in me today: "When you feel fear, it's a signal that you are closer to the truth, a signal to go deeper"

Through my years of experience and travels overseas and abroad, I have gained the knowledge, training and versitility of being able to conform to the many facets needed in this life. My experience within foreign countries has allowed me to expand my horizon, giving me the passion to continue on my journey as I discover new traditions, cultures and way of life. Confident that this will enhance my ability as a man to be open to the wonderful world of discoveries and adventure.

Always seek to enrich, enpower and love the people in your life, for each one is unique and beatifuly made. Let everyone know how important they are to you. Life is short and the end may be sonner than you think. A couple of years back I took my life and stepped of the precipice…, and I am still falling, it is both invigorating and frightening, all at the same time. I’d recommend it to everyone.

Since I was a child, I have always loved film. Everything about film. Acting, directing, screenplay, cinematography, film score - You name it, I love it! 

You will also find my blog apart from film shows my love of Norfolk, the Ocean, my first love Scuba Diving and the Stars, When I was eight years old I worked out how much I would weigh on each of the planets in our solar system. For example on Mars I weighed 3 and Jupiter 28 stone.


Am quite old fashioned and I know life has always been kind to me. I have had my fair share of luck but its the struggles we learn the most from. I hope I have to strive everyday because I learn more that way.

Follow your dreams because they never lie to you and share the joy that lives and breathes from you.

I like people with depth, I like people with emotion, I like people with a strong mind, an interesting mind, a twisted mind, and also someone that can make me smile.

From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free.
Jacques Yves Cousteau

I guess the real fact of the matter is, we don’t know what tomorrow is going to bring and the only thing we really have is right now. So, don’t stay angry for too long and learn to forgive. Love your friends and family with all your heart. Have fun and live your life the way you want to live it. Most of all, don’t worry about people that don’t like you and enjoy the ones that do.

I was never really insane except upon occasions when my heart was touched

 

So its well over 24hrs since we Slept out for Crisis and just wanted to say thanks to all those that donated and sponsored us, to those that sent us messages during Sunday night and those that have got in touch since to send messages of how its inspired them to help and spread awareness themselves, to send good wishes and messages of support you really helped as we all felt quite low waking up on the streets of London yesterday morning. To those that haven’t bothered who I thought you was friends knowing how close this is to my heart unless you had a gun to your head with someone saying not to do so I won’t be spending any more time thinking about you. Thanks to all the people that took part in our Sleep out for Crisis.

Our total raised exploded yesterday and I will never forget those that inspired my wanting to do be involved with ‘Crisis’ in the first place, that inspired me to do the ‘Walk to end Homelessness’ and to all those that took part in our “Sleep out for Crisis’

https://www.justgiving.com/teams/TheLynchMobAgency

A few of those that took part on last nights sleep out wanted to share their thoughts.
Message from Kyla Wight.
Thanks to everyone who slept (or didn’t) on the Crisis Sleepout last night. Im lucky enough to be going home to a warm shower, hot drink and a roof and family, more people than you can imagine can’t, we had security, camera crew and each other to keep us safe. I cant imagine how frightening it must to be homeless and alone - have a safe day everyone xxx
Message from Darren Luckin
The sleep out on London streets all done !! And my it’s a different world,still ain’t been asleep yet from last nights crisis charity sleep out and met some great people
Message from Farzana Jabeen.
So ive been back home for several hours now , & able to lay in my *BED* & get some sleep. Sleeping Out Rough has been a true eye opener for me ( & ALL involved im sure) … Now everytime i see a homeless person , i will look at them in a different light. Im so glad i decided to support CRISIS as we all live in this world TOGETHER .. some are less fortunate then others so it FEELS GOOD to have TRIED to *MAKE A DIFFERENCE* 1 of the highlights has to be to have met the LEGEND *CHRISTIAN BRITAIN* known for all his Charity fundraising . Secondly to have spent time with likeminded, selfless people from different walks of life. I’d like to say a Huge Heartfelt THANK YOU once again to Johnny Lynch for organising this & everyone whos supported Me/US & help raise Awareness & Cash for the Homeless :))
Message from Mark Preston
Mission accomplished sleep out for crisis done …didn’t sleep keeping an eye out for the girls in our group well done one n all ..has been an eye opener. Home at last… I’m truly blessed n thankful …glad my new friends have all made it home safe a great night for a fantastic cause …knackered but content.
Message from Trisha Law.
Thank you to everyone that sponsored us last night! What a great reason for people to come together and raise money  thank you Johnny Lynch for arranging this event living in sheltered housing myself I can’t thank you enough.
Message from Darren Porter.
What a great night. Great to spend time around like minded people. My involvement was little but hope it helped. Darren.
Message from James Ford.
Great to catch up with Christian and girlfriend Kelly last night. Hats off to all the rough sleepers that I met and the ones that I didn’ that has earned you a huge amount of points and given you a tiny insight into the plight of the Homeless, Well done.

A few of those that took part on last nights sleep out wanted to share their thoughts.

Message from Kyla Wight.

Thanks to everyone who slept (or didn’t) on the Crisis Sleepout last night. 
Im lucky enough to be going home to a warm shower, hot drink and a roof and family, more people than you can imagine can’t, we had security, camera crew and each other to keep us safe. 
I cant imagine how frightening it must to be homeless and alone - have a safe day everyone xxx

Message from Darren Luckin

The sleep out on London streets all done !! And my it’s a different world,still ain’t been asleep yet from last nights crisis charity sleep out and met some great people

Message from Farzana Jabeen.

So ive been back home for several hours now , & able to lay in my *BED* & get some sleep. 
Sleeping Out Rough has been a true eye opener for me ( & ALL involved im sure) … Now everytime i see a homeless person , i will look at them in a different light. Im so glad i decided to support CRISIS as we all live in this world TOGETHER .. some are less fortunate then others so it FEELS GOOD to have TRIED to *MAKE A DIFFERENCE* 
1 of the highlights has to be to have met the LEGEND *CHRISTIAN BRITAIN* known for all his Charity fundraising . Secondly to have spent time with likeminded, selfless people from different walks of life. 
I’d like to say a Huge Heartfelt THANK YOU once again to Johnny Lynch for organising this & everyone whos supported Me/US & help raise Awareness & Cash for the Homeless :))

Message from Mark Preston

Mission accomplished sleep out for crisis done …didn’t sleep keeping an eye out for the girls in our group well done one n all ..has been an eye opener. Home at last… I’m truly blessed n thankful …glad my new friends have all made it home safe a great night for a fantastic cause …knackered but content.

Message from Trisha Law.

Thank you to everyone that sponsored us last night! What a great reason for people to come together and raise money  thank you Johnny Lynch for arranging this event living in sheltered housing myself I can’t thank you enough.

Message from Darren Porter.

What a great night. Great to spend time around like minded people. My involvement was little but hope it helped. Darren.

Message from James Ford.

Great to catch up with Christian and girlfriend Kelly last night. Hats off to all the rough sleepers that I met and the ones that I didn’ that has earned you a huge amount of points and given you a tiny insight into the plight of the Homeless, Well done.

THE LYNCH MOB SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS

Time: 07:19

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Good Morning from the streets of London where we joined the rough sleepers to simply bring awareness about the homeless and the vulnerable. Thanks to Christian Nock, Kelly Osborne, James Ford, Maddy Ford, Paul Manners, Kyla White, Farzana Jabeen, Sophie Pulley, Darren Luckien, Mark Preston, Angela Dee, Tricia Lawrence, Dawn Lovegrove, Darren Porter who Slept out for Crisis and to everyone who shared and liked our posts to help get that simple message of awareness across.
Thanks to those that donated to Crisis too.

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Very tired from our restless night sleep and so off to seek some warmth after our night on the streets which we all can’t help feeling and thinking leaving those rough sleepers behind we are so lucky to be able to.

Thank you everyone.

https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS
Time: 06:33
Farzana and Trish contemplate and discuss the fact that was the first time experiencing waking up outside, We are lucky to be able to go back to the comfort of our own homes. Unlike the …. HOMELESS 
https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS

Time: 06:33

Farzana and Trish contemplate and discuss the fact that was the first time experiencing waking up outside, We are lucky to be able to go back to the comfort of our own homes. Unlike the …. HOMELESS 

https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS
Time: 02:45
Middle of the night and all for a great cause the boys are trying to get comfortable but the noise and the traffic is so noisy but when its silent its eerie and quite foreboding.
Supporting the HOMELESS/CRISIS
https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS

Time: 02:45

Middle of the night and all for a great cause the boys are trying to get comfortable but the noise and the traffic is so noisy but when its silent its eerie and quite foreboding.

Supporting the HOMELESS/CRISIS

https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS
Time: 01:05
Sophie getting some sleep while we take turns to watch over each other.
https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS

Time: 01:05

Sophie getting some sleep while we take turns to watch over each other.

https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS

Time: 23:21

With a long night ahead of us and getting a little cold Farzana, Kyla, Dawn and Trish start to think about those around us that are rough sleepers and are out here every night.

https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS
Time: 21:02  
Mark, Trish, Darren and Sophie discussing what lays ahead of us this evening.
https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS

Time: 21:02  

Mark, Trish, Darren and Sophie discussing what lays ahead of us this evening.

https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS
Time: 20:45
Kyla Wight and Dawn Lovegrove checking there messages and emails of support that continue to flood in for them from people who know them and care and those that don’t know them at all. I will be honest its keeping us going and it needs to because I just overheard Kyla say to Dawn a mug of soup, hunk of bread and a pillow would be nice about now.
https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS

Time: 20:45

Kyla Wight and Dawn Lovegrove checking there messages and emails of support that continue to flood in for them from people who know them and care and those that don’t know them at all. I will be honest its keeping us going and it needs to because I just overheard Kyla say to Dawn a mug of soup, hunk of bread and a pillow would be nice about now.

https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS
Time: 20:05
Christian arrives for our sleep out for Crisis.
https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB AGENCY SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS

Time: 20:05

Christian arrives for our sleep out for Crisis.

https://www.justgiving.com/JohnnyLynch

THE LYNCH MOB SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS
Time: 19:53
JUST WANT TO SAY TO EVERYONE AND TO THOSE THAT HAVE VOICED CONCERN OVER OUR SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS AND THOSE AFFECTED BY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE.
Delighted that we met our target and we have Christian along tonight.
Christian a former soldier and a person who slept rough for over 700 nights as he walked around the UK and I can think of no other person I would rather have with us on Sunday night as we bring awareness to those vulnerable people on our UK streets.
You can still donate, see our updates throughout the evening and read my inspiration for doing our ‘Sleep out for Crisis’ by following the link below.
https://www.justgiving.com/teams/TheLynchMobAgency

THE LYNCH MOB SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS

Time: 19:53

JUST WANT TO SAY TO EVERYONE AND TO THOSE THAT HAVE VOICED CONCERN OVER OUR SLEEP OUT FOR CRISIS AND THOSE AFFECTED BY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE.

Delighted that we met our target and we have Christian along tonight.

Christian a former soldier and a person who slept rough for over 700 nights as he walked around the UK and I can think of no other person I would rather have with us on Sunday night as we bring awareness to those vulnerable people on our UK streets.

You can still donate, see our updates throughout the evening and read my inspiration for doing our ‘Sleep out for Crisis’ by following the link below.

https://www.justgiving.com/teams/TheLynchMobAgency

ASIANS NEEDED IN MANCHESTER FOR BBC COMEDY SHOW

We are casting for a few Asian Women next week for a new comedy TV show for the BBC. Looking for 60yrs + and generally available next week commencing 18th Aug.

Get in touch here or the usual email address ASAP please.

Ken Loach whose homeless classic play ‘Cathy Come Home’ was one of the inspirations for the homeless charity ‘Crisis’ to start and is the charity we are raising awareness for this Sunday on our sleep out. But in 1969 Loach also introduced us to Billy Casper who nurtured and cared for a pet Falcon.
I remember watching the film at my school in the 70’s and with my parents coming from the South Yorkshire area where the film was based I recall thinking not so much about the film but how school and children were and interacted with each other back then and imagined my parents at such a school. 
Am delighted after talking just now with my friend and actor Craig Conway (Dog Soldiers, Airborne, Doomsday, How to stop being a Loser) that he is appearing in the new theatre version of the play ‘Kes’ in Doncaster and given me a couple of tickets for the show. Thanks mate and look forward to catching up. 
You can see the play ‘Kes’ from Friday 5th - Saturday 13th September CAST theatre Doncaster and hope like me some of you do.

Ken Loach whose homeless classic play ‘Cathy Come Home’ was one of the inspirations for the homeless charity ‘Crisis’ to start and is the charity we are raising awareness for this Sunday on our sleep out. But in 1969 Loach also introduced us to Billy Casper who nurtured and cared for a pet Falcon.

I remember watching the film at my school in the 70’s and with my parents coming from the South Yorkshire area where the film was based I recall thinking not so much about the film but how school and children were and interacted with each other back then and imagined my parents at such a school. 

Am delighted after talking just now with my friend and actor Craig Conway (Dog Soldiers, Airborne, Doomsday, How to stop being a Loser) that he is appearing in the new theatre version of the play ‘Kes’ in Doncaster and given me a couple of tickets for the show. Thanks mate and look forward to catching up. 

You can see the play ‘Kes’ from Friday 5th - Saturday 13th September CAST theatre Doncaster and hope like me some of you do.