[ with Lilli Palmer, and he was doing a swashbuckling thing within the same studios.
He sent me to a private school, which was literally just around the corner from where we lived. I played the little boy, when Harvey was beaten up and lying at the bomb site, I think, there are children playing around him.
My mother wanted me to go to boarding school, my father wanted me to stay with him.
Moulder-Brown was born in London, and started his acting career as a child.
He acted with Jane Asher in the film "Deep End" in 1970.
He founded The Academy of Creative Training, a drama school in Brighton, Sussex in 1997.
They attached a thin piece of wire, so that when I pushed it, it was pulled. I don’t know why, but I remember thinking this really is to do with telling people lies. JMB: I was born in 1953, so I suppose that must have been 1957 or something like that.Asher, however, has not seen the film in four decades.“I’d forgotten how funny it is.” She adds, “Mind you, I think some of the humour is unintentional.” At the time, pedantic British critics grumbled about jarring implausibilities in the London scenes: a policeman asks for a gin and tonic while on duty; a Tube train moves off with its doors open."We clicked immediately and he offered me the role," Asher recalls of her first meeting with Skolimowski. "I knew him mainly as having co-written Knife In The Water, which was one of my favourite films. He is very charismatic, very attractive and very Slavic." On set, she relished his eccentricities and his willingness to collaborate.(It was Asher's idea to tear off the head of the famous Saatchi & Saatchi poster of the pregnant man and add in a joke about "defacing public property".) Skolimowski clearly saw the devil in Asher, even if English directors at the time did not.By 1972, however, he was just another actor in just another horror film, Vampire Circus, while in 1973 he seemed lost amidst the decor and glittering star cast of Visconti's 4-hour Ludwig (1973).