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Set in and around Whitechapel in London's East End in 1889, during the aftermath of the Jack The Ripper murders.
 
Six months after the Ripper's reign, the Whitechapel police fight to bring law to the lawless.
 
Bronn, played by Jerome, is a low-born sellsword of great skill. He has a lean, wolfish appearance, a black sense of humor, and a pragmatic, thoroughly amoral philosophy.
 
A sellsword that Tyrion Lannister hires into his personal service.
 
After being promoted to Commander of the City Watch, Bronn is one of the only people Tyrion can trust.
 
Following the success of Soldier, Soldier, Jerome again teamed up with Robson Green for Ain't Misbehavin - a musical comedy drama set in the 1940 Blitz of wartime London.
 
Jerome's first major solo project was this series for the BBC which ran for two seasons, and was a subject that was obviously close to his heart.
 
The story of the legend that is George Best. The man with the world at his feet and the tackle to achieve his goals, both on and of the field.
 
A short synopis of films that Jerome starred in, including, A Summer Story, To Kill A Priest, Troubles, Kafka, and Edward ll.
 
The hit drama, London's Burning, began in 1988, but two years prior to the series, Jack Rosenthal produced a film called London's Burning The Movie. It was a huge hit with the public.
 
The big music break came, ultimately, with his Soldier, Soldier where an episode of the show had involved their characters singing Unchained Melody. Many fans of Soldier Soldier had bombarded the television studio asking if the song would be released as a single.
 
One of the most famous roles for Jerome was in 1990 in the hit TV show Soldier, Soldier. It was this series that brought him together with Robson Green - a partnership that eventually led to the show's most recognisable double-act.
   
THE WINTERLING Written by Jez Butterworth 2 March 2006 - 8 April 2006
   


John Fisher's play provided an insight into the working life of Britain's most famous magician Tommy Cooper. Jerome took up the challenge of stepping into the comedy magician's size 13 shoes. One of the nation's most beloved natural clown's is brought vividly to life in this celebration of the great Tommy Cooper.
 
     

 

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