Our Patrons and Celebrities
Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer
Our Patrons and Celebrities are helping us to help you
Using their credibility and stature, they raise valuable awareness, open doors to new opportunities and connections, and help with our fundraising and campaigning activities. They give up their precious time in order to set an example that people can follow.
Of course, and as you can appreciate, these ambassadors are incredibly busy individuals and we are very careful about the amount of times we pull on their generosity.
We ask our patrons and celebrities to get involved in key national events or to act as a spokesperson on our behalf.
He has also made appearances in cult classics Dr. Who, Shameless and the original Highlander film. But it was in Theatre where Ian first plied his trade and he has appeared in countless cities across the country in such Award Winning plays as The Woman In Black, Dead Funny, High School Musical 2 and Gasping.
In London’s West End he appeared in the Olivier Award Winning musical Our House as well as the original production of Piaf.
Ian has also worked with The Royal Shakespeare Company and has had countless TV appearances including Inspector Morse, Doctors, The Bill, Holby City and Casualty.
"I don’t know anyone who has been touched by a brain tumour, but I can’t believe that in this day and age there should be a cancer for which so little is known because compared to other cancers there has been very little research, due to a lack of funding. Having read the stories of so many children, young adults and mums and dads that have been affected as well as the families that have lost them, I couldn’t help but get involved. I implore business leaders and the general public to get involved too and raise much needed funds for brain tumour research."