Vinnie Jones To Make Stage Debut

Hollywood hardman VINNIE JONES will make his stage debut in a London production of the STEPHEN SONDHEIM musical INTO THE WOODS in October (06). The X-MEN: THE LAST STAND actor, who was a professional soccer star in England before turning to acting, will appear in two performances at the Royal Albert Hall to raise money for The Children's Society charity. He says, "A musical role is a new venture for me and I am truly excited to be part of these special performances which will raise funds for The Children's Society. I am delighted to be taking part."


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