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Victor McGuire

Victor McGuire



United Kingdom

Age: 57

Born: 17 Mar, 1964

Known for

In Trollied as Ianas Ian

in Trollied
In Goodnight Sweetheart as Ron Wheatcroftas Ron Wheatcroft

in Goodnight Sweetheart
In Bread as Jack Boswellas Jack Boswell

in Bread

TV Series Starring Victor McGuire

TrolliedTrollied
Sky 1, 2011 | Comedy, Drama, Family | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

You've heard of Sainsbury's, Asda and Tesco, but what about Valco? Sky1 opens the doors to the fictional British supermarket and the everyday lives of its staff. The new comedy series is exec produced by The IT Crowd's Ash Atalla and stars Mark Addy, Rita May and Jason Watkins.


Goodnight SweetheartGoodnight Sweetheart

Gary Sparrow is an underachieving TV repairman, unhappily married to the loud and often mocking Yvonne Sparrow. However, Gary's life is changed forever upon discovering a time portal taking him back to a war-torn London, leading to an East End pub (the Royal Oak) and an attractive barmaid named Phoebe, who becomes his girlfriend. From then on, Gary leads a double life, going back and forth across time to please the two women in his life closest to his heart, but furthest apart.


BreadBread
BBC One, 1986 | Comedy

Bread was the #1 comedy show of its time in the U.K. and was watched by 21 million people. It was based around a Liverpudlian family, the Boswells, and showed them in all sorts of situations trying to earn money for the week, hence the title "bread".