16 Responses to “Daniel Peacock aka Mental Mickey”

  1. Michael says:

    I would love to know what happened to ‘Sister Said’! It seems this series he wrote & directed has totally vanished.i remember him singing ‘gringo without the lingo’ when he went mad wandering around the hills of Spain half naked lol

  2. Simon says:

    Just wanted to say, the episode with Mental Mickey was one of my favourite episodes! I wish Mickey had a greater part in Only Fools & Horses as this character was brilliant!

  3. David says:

    He was also in a Brit vic advert, played a barman called kevin

  4. kim says:

    Desperately trying to remember what that advert was for… which brought me here. Anyone remember???

    • shani lockyer says:

      He was in an ad for steakhouse grills in the 80’s and the song was….hope it’s chips, it’s chips. lol. jUst found it on youtube.

  5. Helmut_Rooster says:

    Think he was in an advert also “the tea’s and pies are on me” at QPR’s ground, cannot remember what the advert was for though.

  6. micky dulake says:

    legend thats all u can say.i do the 1.2.3.ssssss rodney lol

  7. Mickey hornby says:

    I am sitting next to him in Hastings as I write this.

    • admin says:

      Really tell us more…

      • Mickey hornby says:

        Holiday park in Hastings. Really nice bloke here with his kids.

        • Lynda says:

          hehe!! I spoke to him at the holiday park in Frenchmans beach too!! I was in the caravan next to his, He played footie with my eldest son, very nice man indeed, friendly and modest, as all actors should be in this generation, which of course they aren’t they’re all stuck up and you have to blow smoke up their a$$es!! Daniel Peacock is a Legend :D

  8. Azza says:

    He was also in the film version of Porridge

  9. admin says:

    It was great to have Danny at the convention too

  10. alec smith says:

    Hi, pretty sure Danny was in that great British movie Party Party from the early 80’s.

    • Dave says:

      Correct he actually wrote it too,he also wrote Men of the World. Starring John Simm and David Threlfall, which ran for 2 Series in the early 90’s.


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