Jamie Bamber has opened about a shocking moment in tonight's first episode of Sky1 drama The Smoke. In one scene in the episode, Bamber's character Kev dropped his trousers to reveal that his genitals had been disfigured in a fire. Speaking at the show's launch, the actor admitted that the scene "sealed the deal" for him when he read the script. And I just couldn't believe it - I had to go back and read it again I just was intrigued. Anybody that can come up with that and intend to make serialised television after that - I wanted to know more. Bamber, who joked that he is a "method" actor and "had surgery" to understand Kev, added: "As actors, we relish opportunities to play characters going through something that we have never been through and most people never go through - that's the whole point. But my involvement is to be true and honest to this guy and what he's been through, and he has that injury.
Brit hottie Jamie Bamber kicked off his career in fine fashion. Jamie continued his mini-series success by snagging recurring roles in the Band of Brothers and Daniel Deronda , but Jamie entered a whole new realm of success when he scored the coveted role of Captain Lee Adama on the sci-fi sensational series Battlestar Galactica. Fifteen years after showing his rump, Jamie decided to grace us with some shirtlessness on the pilot episode of the firefighter-filled drama series The Smoke. On the same episode, the handsome fellow also bared his prosthetic peen in a dramatic, scar-covered scene of awkwardness. We appreciate your enthusiasm, but could you show us the real thing next time, JB? The Smoke - as Kev Allison. Made with love in Chicago since !
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