Brandon Back In Dempsey And Makepeace

Written by Emily Rebecca. Posted in TV

Brandon Back In Dempsey And Makepeace

Published on April 25, 2007 with 1 Comment

Michael BrandonActor Michael Brandon will make a TV comeback in popular British police drama Dempsey And Makepeace.

New York-born Brandon, who played Lieutenant James Dempsey in the Eighties show, will appear alongside wife and co-star Glynis Barber in a revival of the series, which ended in 1986.

He says: “We’ve got a script now and it’s going to be happening very soon. We’re very excited about it.”

Brandon, born Michael Feldman, recently starred in the West End hit Jerry Springer The Opera where he played the TV chat show host.

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  1. I am the editor of Michael Brandon’s unofficial Society. For
    those who haven’t seen Glynis (his wife) Barber on Paul
    O’Grady. I must tell you that the quote in the Express about
    them having scripts is not true. Though they’re keen to do it
    if anyone comes up with a come script…

    Does anyone have any ideas on how the series should be
    brought back?

    Anyone who like Michael and his wife Glynis Barber. Please
    feel free to join us in our meeting event on 2nd June. Check
    our website for details!

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