Strictly no robot dancing for Blake
Daily Star|October 23, 2021
‘PHONE PESTS WANT TO FILM ME’ HE SAYS
TOM HUTCHISON

ACTOR Blake Harrison believes his famous moves as Neil in The Inbetweeners Movie are “the bane of my life”.

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