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Freitag, 23. Januar 2009, 14:11

John hatte einen Autounfall...

Life On Mars actor John Simm hurt in serious car crash (but avoids waking up in 1973)


By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 11:45 AM on 21st January 2009




Life On Mars star John Simm - who plays a detective involved in a near fatal car crash and wakes up in 1973 - has revealed he is lucky to be alive after walking free from a serious car accident.

The actor was driving to watch his beloved football team Manchester United play Chelsea at Old Trafford, in Manchester, when he had the accident on the M1 motorway.


He injured hurt his wrist and although sporting a heavily bandaged hand, says he is lucky that it was not fatal.


Lucky escape: Life on Mars star John Simm, with wife Kate Magowan at the Southbank Awards yesterday, has revealed he survived a car accident earlier this month

Asked if he would be watching Manchester United in the Carling Cup semi-final against Derby County, he told BBC Radio Five yesterday: 'No not tonight, no chance.

'I was actually travelling up to see them play last week, the Man Utd versus Chelsea game last Sunday when I was involved in a car accident, so I never made it.


'It was on the M1 and that's why my hand is in this bandage.


'I'm OK but I was very lucky to walk away from it. I'm fine now.'


John, 38, played the role of Sam Tyler in the BBC smash hit show Life On Mars, who wakes up dazed and confused in the year 1973 after being involved in a car crash in 2006.


Accident prone: John Simms, with co-star Philip Glenister, plays a detective involved in a near fatal car crash and wakes up in 1973 in Life On Mars


There he works as a Detective Inspector in the Greater Manchester Police force under Detective Chief Inspector Gene Hunt, played by Philip Glenister.


Over the course of the series, Sam Tyler faces various culture clashes, most frequently regarding the differences between his modern approach to policing and the more traditional methods of his colleagues.


It is unclear whether he is insane, in a coma, or if he really has travelled back in time.

The programme proved a massive hit with viewers and scooped several awards, including two International Emmy Awards for Best Drama Series, Best New Programme category at the Broadcast Magazine awards.

It won two categories, Best Drama Series and the Writers' Award, at the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards.

The first series was nominated for a BAFTA in the Best Drama Series category.

Simm was also nominated as Best Actor for his work on the show. The programme won the audience-voted Pioneer Award.

And it was nominated as the Most Popular Drama at the 2007 National Television Awards.


John married actress Kate Magowan in April 2004 and they have two children; Ryan, seven years and Molly, almost two years old.


He is famed for his passionate support of Manchester United.


John recently played an incarnation of the Master in the long-running science fiction series Doctor Who and has also appeared in many highly-acclaimed television dramas such as The Lakes, State of Play and two BAFTA award-winning serials, Clocking Off and Sex Traffic. :god :god :god thank god......when reality meets fantasy....
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Freitag, 23. Januar 2009, 21:20

Ich verlängere meine Liste von Dingen, von denen er sich fernhalten sollte um "Autos".

Glück gehabt und gute Besserung, John! :hug

Die Nachricht hat mir am Mittwoch Abend kurz vor dem zu Bett gehen den Adrenalinspiegel in unanständige Höhen getrieben. Bitte, bitte nicht....und das, kurz nachdem ich betreffs eines Posts wegen Heath Ledger und seinem Oscar für den Joker im Vergleich zu John und seiner oskarfreien aber -würdigen Darstellung des Masters und der dazugehörigen Frage: Warum der und nicht der andere? noch dachte: Weil einer der beiden tot ist. :pinch:

Sooooooo dringend braucht John auch wieder nicht einen Oscar, ehrlich....Lieber lebendig an einem Stück als oscar-gekrönt und tot.
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Samstag, 24. Januar 2009, 15:48

8| Puh, Glück gehabt würde ich sagen. Bin froh, dass das nochmal glimpflich ausgegangen ist.
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Samstag, 7. Februar 2009, 04:50

Zum Glück gehts ihm soweit gut.
Wäre ja eine Horrornachricht,wenn er ;( mags garnicht sagen.

Gute Besserung!! :hug