Duncan James

Duncan James

Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James


Duncan Matthew James Inglis (born 7 April 1978) is an English singer, actor and television presenter. He also played Dr Watson in Sherlock Holmes for Sidmouth Youth Theatre. James also worked for Haven Holidays as a Havenmate on the Isle Of Wight and at West Bay in Dorset. in early 2000, James, along with Antony Costa, convinced Lee Ryan and Simon Webbe to form the group Blue. However, there was once again a lack of interest. James has been cast as one of the leads in the musical Legally Blonde (adapted from the film Legally Blonde) as it transferred from Broadway to London’s West End in December 2009. James made an appearance on a new show for Sky One called ‘Guinness World Records Smashed’ performing with Festival4Stars contestants.
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James


He was raised a “strict Catholic” and educated at Dumpton School (where his grandfather worked as a music teacher), the Milldown School in Blandford Forum and Corfe Hills School in Corfe Mullen and Sidmouth College in East Devon. James’ album also fell short, selling less than 1,000 copies in the UK in its first week (and failing to reach the Top 50). However, there was once again a lack of interest.
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James


James grew up an only child in Devon and was raised primarily by his mother and grandparents after his father abandoned his mother before he was born. He also played Dr Watson in Sherlock Holmes for Sidmouth Youth Theatre. From May 2001, when the group released its first single, “All Rise”, until 2004, when the band released its final chart-qualifying single, “Curtain Falls”, Blue had achieved 11 Top 10 singles in the UK, three of which went to Number 1. James along with the other members of Blue represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Germany, finishing in 11th place with 100 points, as well as being the spokesperson for the same country two years earlier. The video reached Number 2 on The Box and Number 5 on The Hits. in continental Europe, where “Can’t Stop a River” was released the day prior to the UK, it similarly proved unpopular, dropping out of the singles charts in many countries such as France, Turkey, Germany, and Belgium. However, there was once again a lack of interest.
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James


However, there was once again a lack of interest. The release was cancelled and James was dropped from his recording contract. He has since announced he has quit least his solo career. in 2007, James appeared in the West End production of Chicago. in 2007, James played himself in the pilot episode of Plus One, which was part of Channel 4’s Comedy Showcase. He played a character called Dan Colman.
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James


In early 2000, James, along with Antony Costa, convinced Lee Ryan and Simon Webbe to form the group Blue. Blue’s R&B-influenced pop allowed the group to achieve commercial success in the United Kingdom and many other countries, including Ireland, Portugal, Belgium, Italy, France, Australia and New Zealand. However, there was once again a lack of interest.
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James


James grew up an only child in Devon and was raised primarily by his mother and grandparents after his father abandoned his mother before he was born. He also played Dr Watson in Sherlock Holmes for Sidmouth Youth Theatre. James also worked for Haven Holidays as a Havenmate on the Isle Of Wight and at West Bay in Dorset. However, there was once again a lack of interest. He has since announced he has quit least his solo career. He also took part on ITV1’s Dancing on Ice in 2007, in which he made it to the grand final alongside rugby player Kyran Bracken and actress Clare Buckfield. in 2008, James became an Ambassador of Festival4Stars talent competition after he judge a national final. He played a character called Dan Colman.
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James


He also played Dr Watson in Sherlock Holmes for Sidmouth Youth Theatre. From May 2001, when the group released its first single, “All Rise”, until 2004, when the band released its final chart-qualifying single, “Curtain Falls”, Blue had achieved 11 Top 10 singles in the UK, three of which went to Number 1. James along with the other members of Blue represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Germany, finishing in 11th place with 100 points, as well as being the spokesperson for the same country two years earlier. “Can’t Stop a River” was James’s next single. Although his debut album did not do as well as hoped (with the exception of Italy, where the album reached Number 2 on the chart and has been certified platinum for shipments of 80,000 copies), on 2 February 2007, music channel B4 premièred the video for “Amazed”, his new single which was scheduled to be released 12 March 2007. However, there was once again a lack of interest. He completed another 10 weeks in Chicago from 10 December 2007 until 9 February 2008. James has worked occasionally as a television presenter, having presented the 95.8 Capital FM’s Party in the Park for the Prince’s Trust (2003 and 2004), and ITV2’s coverage of the TV series Soapstar Superstar, along with Jayne Middlemiss.
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James
Duncan James


In early 2000, James, along with Antony Costa, convinced Lee Ryan and Simon Webbe to form the group Blue. James’ album also fell short, selling less than 1,000 copies in the UK in its first week (and failing to reach the Top 50). However, there was once again a lack of interest. He has since announced he has quit least his solo career. He appeared in an episode of The Bill called “The Morning After” which aired on 1 January 2009.
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