Best known as PC Tony Stamp in ITV’s 'The Bill' for 25 years, the very versatile Graham Cole is a much in-demand entertaining after dinner speaker and event host. His corporate clients include Nationwide Building Society, Vauxhall and National Cheese Makers. Other clients include many real Police conferences and dinners.
About Graham Cole
Graham Cole is best known for securing the part of ‘The Bill’s’ PC Stamp who he played for over 25 years. But he started out in the entertainment business as a Butlins ‘red coat’ in 1974. Consequently he went on to do everything from Panto and Repertory Theatre to Kenny Everett and ‘Noel’s House Party’.
Graham Cole joined The Bill in 1984. And during his epic 25 years run, performed every single one of his own stunts including the car stunts. Ever remembered as PC Stamp Graham regularly hosts ‘The Bill’ themed nights. These are very popular with clients in the UK and Australia. He has hosted the Police Bravery Awards for six years and hosted the CCF Ball in London for Childline for nine years.
Graham was Cyber Man, Melkur and others in ‘Dr Who’ is often a guest speaker at Dr Who Conventions. He also presented the first reality TV police chases and information videos ‘Police Stop’ over 15 years ago, and they are still regularly broadcast on Sky TV. King Rat of the ‘Grand Order of Water Rats’ 2009, Graham also supports many other charities.
He is a Freeman of the City of London and a member of the worshipful Company of Carmen.
A father of two, Graham is married to Cherry and his hobbies include driving cars, tennis and gardening. Graham has appeared in nearly 40 pantomimes and theatrical shows, including ‘Beauty and the Beast’, ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, ‘Scrooge’ and ‘Aladdin’.
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