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Presents Our May 2017 - Newsletter.



Hi Timothy Fans,

I would like to give you a very warm welcolm to The Timothy Dalton Newsletter for May 2017.

I am sorry I have not updated this website since October last year but my parents came out from London then and stayed for just over 6 months. My dad is 79 and my mom is 77 and I wanted to give them the trip of a lifetime in case they are not able to make the long trip out to Australia again. Not doing the group is something normally I would not think of but this visit we went everywhere and I just was not home I have never been out and about so much it was amazing! It was brilliant having them here and a lot of fun and the wonderful thing is they did not want to go home so it was worth putting the effort into it. I know there are a few e-mails I have to reply to and I will get those done next and again with apologies. I would like to give a special thank you to Margo and Cindy who kept me up to date regarding Timothy during the time my parents were here it was very nice of you.

Lets chat about Timothy it is time to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Hot Fuzz! Last month in Los Angeles Timothy attended a Hot Fuzz Question and Answer which is fantastic and awesome for those that attended it! People are also mentioning that on the 6th May in London at the BFI there's going to be a similar event to celebrate Hot Fuzz again there will be members of the cast in attendance but we do not know yet exactly which members of the cast will be attending. I was thinking of going over meeting up and attending this event with members of the group but have now been told that this event is sold out. That has sorted that out then. (laughing). This month to continue the celebration I have put on this page some interviews Timothy did when Hot Fuzz was released back in 2007 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of it but I cannot believe that it is 10 years since we first saw that movie it seems like just a couple of years ago where does the time go.

Toy Story 4 Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang are coming back to a theater near you!


Update - May 2017 - As you know it was confirmed that Don Rickles would return as Mr. Potato Head but Mr Rickles died on April 6, 2017 and reports have said that he did not get the chance to record dialogue for this film before his death and in fact two days later, Rickles' representative confirmed that he was unable to record any lines for Toy Story 4 the question is will this film go ahead or not? Lee Unkrich has said there is nothing planned for it at this time so we will just have to wait and see.

Mr Pricklepants and the Toy Story gang from Toy Story of Terror!

Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger has announced that plans are underway to bring Toy Story 4 to the big screen. John Lasseter, who helmed the first Toy Story movie in 1995-the world's first computer-animated feature film-is returning to direct the new film, which opens a new chapter in the lives of Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the Toy Story gang. The story was dreamt up by Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter, and Lee Unkrich, the storytellers who have been the driving force behind all three Toy Story films.

"We love these characters so much; they are like family to us," Lasseter said. "We don't want to do anything with them unless it lives up to or surpasses what's gone before. Toy Story 3 ended Woody and Buzz's story with Andy so perfectly that for a long time, we never even talked about doing another Toy Story movie. But when Andrew, Pete, Lee, and I came up with this new idea, I just could not stop thinking about it. It was so exciting to me, I knew we had to make this movie-and I wanted to direct it myself." Writing team Rashida Jones and Will McCormack (Celeste and Jesse Forever) came on to the project, which is being produced by Pixar veteran Galyn Susman. We've been excited to continue Woody and Buzz's adventures with their fellow playthings in shorts and TV specials like Toy Story of TERROR! and Toy Story That Time Forgot, but this will mark their first feature film appearance since Toy Story 3 in 2010.

The film is slated for release in 2018 and we can't wait!

Toy Story 4 - Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang are coming back to a theater near you! © Copyright D23.

Picture of Mr Pricklepants and the Toy Story gang above © Copyright Pixar.

Ultimate Guide to the James Bond Movies.


I had an e-mail from David Leigh he is not a member of the group but he has sent a fantastic link to his website called 'The Ultimate Guide to the James Bond Movies.' David's website also covers both of Timothy's Bond films The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill it is beautifully done and a treat to see. Here is the link to it for you:

With many thanks to David for sending the above to me.

For Our James Bond Fans - 007 Magazine Special Publication.

Graham Rye Editor of 007 Magazine would like you to know that A 007 Magazine Special Publication 130-page Deluxe Limited Edition Magazine also Collectors' Guide to UK and USA Front of House Sets and Lobby Cards (1962-2002).

Pre-order your copy today to guarantee receipt of this exclusive Limited Edition publication! Price £19.99 (plus p&p).

Here are the links to the Duluxe 007 Magazine and for purchasing Back Orders of 007 Magazines:

With many thanks to Graham Rye Editor of 007 Magazine for sending the above to me.

Here then is the list of contents for The Timothy Dalton Chat Group May 2017 Newsletter:

  • The Latest Information In Regards To Timothy's Professional Engagements - May 2017.

  • The Video Of The Month For May 2017 - Timothy Giving An Interview On Tavis Smiley's Show which aired April 17, 2007.

  • Timothy Dalton Interview - From The Daily Mail February 24, 2007.

  • Hot Fuzz Commentary From The DVD Of The Film Which Mentions Timothy.

  • Writing To Timothy - London and LA Address.

  • Cindy (Member of the Group) Has Started A New Business!

  • Drawing of Timothy by Victoria Who Is A Member Of The Group.

  • Timothy Dalton Chat Group Birthdays For May 2017.

A special and very big thank you to the following for helping me put together the October newsletter: Margo, Cindy, Steph, James, Inge and Helen who very kindly sends me the Monthly Timothy TV Guide each month.

The Latest Information In Regards to Timothy's Professional Engagements - May 2017.


At the present time Timothy is looking for his next project but he did attend the Hot Fuzz question and answer to celebrate 10 years of this project in Los Angeles on April 20.

Timothy's Interviews From The Archives.

The following section of this page showcases wonderful interviews Timothy has given over the years or reviews of his projects.

Timothy's Video Of The Month For May 2017 is Timothy's interview On Tavis Smileys Show Which Aired On April 17, 2007.


Timothy pictured above as shown in Hot Fuzz where he played Simon Skinner.

I had an e-mail from Janet who is a member of the group and from the link she sent she helped give me a great idea! Every month I would give the link to a different Timothy interview or a scene from one of his projects that is on Youtube.

Synopsis: The following video link is a fantastic interview that Timothy gave to Tavis Smiley where he talks about many of his projects including Hot Fuzz:

Timothy Dalton uploaded to YouTube by TDLTN08 with many thanks.

Timothy Dalton Interview - Daily Mail 24th February 2007.

TIMOTHY DALTON might have given up his licence to kill as James Bond, but he has finally found the joys of fatherhood. Here, he tells REBECCA HARDY why he feels sorry for the new 007, Daniel Craig.

Timothy Dalton is talking fatherhood. His son, Alexander, was born when he was 50, and, during the ten years since, he has resolutely refused to say anything publicly about the joys, or otherwise, of being a dad. There are few published photographs of him, no gushing words from the proud parent, and even Alexander's mother, Dalton's Russian-born partner Oksana Grigorieva, has kept a low profile on the subject.

For Dalton is a fiercely private man. After 40 years in the movie business, including nine as James Bond, all he has ever said about his personal life is, 'I never talk about it - ever.' He explains, 'It is partly because that's the way I am, but also because, if a stranger down the pub or in my street started asking me questions, I'd say, "Mind your own business", so why would I tell the public at large?'

Today, though, he's more forthcoming. 'A kid really completes you and makes you far more tolerant of humankind in general, because you realise everyone started out with this deeply precious, wonderful energy and innocence,' he says.

'Alexander's a real individual. He's great. It's strange, you realise when it's too late that when they were six, seven and eight they still had all these fantastic qualities, but they were children; they were dependent on you. Now you say, "We're going to do this", and they say, "No, I don't want to. I want to do that.

'All of a sudden there's that wonderful change into their own beginnings of independence and you treasure those moments when they were still your little boy. Now he comes back from school and says, "Dad, what's the difference between a metaphor and a simile?" How do you explain the difference between "stuck in the mud" and "stubborn as a pig" so a nine-year-old understands?

'Of course, it's a challenge being a parent, but it's a wonderful challenge.' Until Oksana's pregnancy, Dalton, a self-confessed workaholic who flitted between homes in Chiswick, West London, and Los Angeles, seemed determined not to settle down. He had numerous girlfriends, including a 14-year on-off relationship with Vanessa Redgrave, who was nine years his senior and remains a close friend, so why wait so long to decide to become a father?

'Who said I did decide?' he says. 'These things happen. What would you do if you accidentally got pregnant with someone? Would you go and get an abortion? I'd have been completely happy to have had eight kids, but it didn't happen.' There won't be any more, though? 'No,' he says. I wouldn't want to die while they were still small. A kid deserves an active parent for a decent amount of time.'

Dalton is coming up to his 61st birthday on March 21 - born on the cusp between Pisces and Aries. He says Aries accounts for his love of a challenge. 'Pisceans can be tricky,' he continues. 'Deep waters.' Does he mean Piscean men or Piscean women? 'I've known women to be tricky in my life.' Lots of women? 'Yes, lots who are very tricky. I've hardly met a woman who isn't.' Despite reports to the contrary, Dalton remains unmarried.

I meet him in a swish London hotel, fresh from a screening of his latest film Hot Fuzz. Set in Wells, Somerset, the action-comedy stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in a cast that includes appearances by Steve Coogan, Bill Nighy and Edward Woodward. Hot Fuzz is already being talked about as the funniest British film in decades. Dalton himself is brilliant as saturnine-looking baddie, supermarket manager Simon Skinner.

Dalton, in the flesh, doesn't look a day over 50. There's no paunch, no receding hairline, no jowliness and not a hint of Botox or the plastic surgeon's knife.

'It's bad living that does it,' he says. 'Enjoying myself and bad living. I don't do any exercise. I don't do drugs - well, not now. I enjoy life.' Hang on. Rewind. Drugs? He won't elucidate. Tricky, flirtatious, faintly reckless, Dalton is also refreshingly forthright.

Take, for example, when I mention Daniel Craig's huffiness at the Baftas following the jokes about his shorts in the latest Bond film, Casino Royale. Instead of making supportive noises, he literally rolls about laughing on the sofa. 'I shouldn't laugh,' he says. 'But he's going to get all kinds of s**t. The attention with Bond is huge - overwhelming. You can be told what's going to happen, but the only people who can understand it are Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan, myself, George Lazenby, Sean Connery and Roger Moore.

'I was still able to walk down the street and go to the pub, but there are awful moments like when you're waiting for a plane and a bunch of people decide to descend on you. They become blathering idiots when they ask you about Bond. It's as if you came out of a zoo. You've got to talk about the body, the workout, the Aston Martin, the girls. It's a weird thing. People were cross that I didn't really drive an Aston Martin or a sports car.'

Dalton immortalised himself as the fourth Bond in Living Daylights and Licence To Kill. Credited with saving 007 from the self-parody of the Roger Moore years, he took the decision to quit after the pre-production of his third Bond film was halted for five years by litigation. 'I only wanted to do one Bond movie in the first place, but they insisted that I sign for three. By the time the lawsuit was resolved, I'd been Bond for nine years. They asked if I'd stay and do another.

'Part of me, having done two which had good and bad things about them, wanted to do a third to see if I could do one that brought everything together. But they wanted me to sign for more than one so I said, "No". I knew I'd made the right decision, but there was this little feeling of territoriality, until I was driving one day in Los Angeles.

'I turned onto Sunset Boulevard and there was this massive poster with Pierce standing there holding a gun - the pose that every single Bond actor has had to do. It was an advert for the latest Bond. I had no idea how I was going to feel, but suddenly I felt liberated, free. I felt, "Now I don't have to be me and that - 007", which you've got to be when you're in the Bond movies. The minute someone else did it I could move on. I can't think of anything worse than being in the same thing for the rest of my life. I've turned down every series I've been offered, because I can't do the same thing on and on and on. Sometimes, I think I'd have made a lot more money if I had, but it comes back to needing a challenge. It's just me. It's exciting. It's dangerous. It's something to do with that.'

Dalton, the oldest son of an advertising executive born in north Wales and brought up in Manchester, says he's always lusted for something more, for something colourful. 'I was born in the 1940s and can remember rationing,' he says. 'Manchester was black in those days. I remember the smog and the blackness of the buildings, the chimneys, everything.

'We had to wear handkerchiefs on our faces to go to school. I've always liked that grittiness, but there's really nothing to like about it at all. It's ugly. It's poverty-stricken. It's disgusting that people lived like that. I remember that harshness. We used to go to the Saturday morning flicks and, for me, that was definitely escapism. I saw things happening in the world that were not happening in the suburbs of Manchester - pirates sailing ships across distant oceans, people flying planes, fighting with swords, people kissing, telling each other jokes and having an adult life that was fascinating. I wanted that exciting life. I wanted to see tropical seas, rainforests, mountains. I wanted to see people that weren't us.'


From left to right Nick Frost, Timothy Dalton and Simon Pegg at the Premiere of Hot Fuzz in London February 2007.

Dalton believed the life he saw at the movies to be out of his grasp, until he attended a production of Macbeth in Nottingham for his English O-level. 'That was the crystallising moment when I knew I could actually become an actor,' he says.

'I realised that it's not the movies, it's not abstract, it's not the shadows on screens, but real people in a room with me. You realise it's possible - it's not likely for a boy from the Manchester suburbs, but it's possible.' Dalton, resolving to pursue his dream, began acting with the National Youth Theatre. He was offered places at various universities to study science, but decided to take up the offer of a place at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, believing himself to be the luckiest boy in the whole of the Manchester area. He hated it. 'You start off with your eyes wide open and you think it's brilliant,' he says. 'Then they try to flatten you, to rebuild you, which is utter rubbish. I was this boy from a co-educational school, in Manchester with a Northern accent. But you are what you are - what you can bring, your uniqueness. Every single person is special. There's nobody else like you on the planet. You shouldn't try to destroy someone's individuality. That's where I lost my accent, and it took me years to rediscover a voice. How you talk, your rhythms, are a product of your upbringing. Knocking what is you is just wrong. I hated RADA. Drama school is not how you get to be those people that you saw on screen as a kid - it's not how you get to be the people you know to be the great shining lights of the theatre: the Oliviers, the Richardsons, the Redgraves, the Guinnesses, the Gielguds.' Dalton becomes animated when he rages against RADA and speaks of such acting legends. He concedes that perhaps his defensiveness, his refusal to expand upon his personal self was born, in part, from the bashing his confidence took at RADA. It also, though, hardened his resolve, spawning his pig-headed determination to succeed. 'I'm actually always very nervous about things,' he says with uncharacteristic candour. 'RADA didn't break me, but it did shatter my confidence for a bit. But then, it's almost as if you know you're at the bottom, but you're determined to keep trying to see how far you can get, and there isn't a specific moment when you know you've actually reached that place.'

Dalton left drama school without finishing his course to take up his first job at the Birmingham Rep. On his way to his audition, he crashed his bike, smashed his leg and needed treatment in hospital, but he still made it, albeit eight hours late, and secured the job. By the time he was 20 he was playing opposite Peter O'Toole and Katharine Hepburn in his first film role as the crafty King of France in The Lion In Winter. The leading ladies who followed included Mae West, Ava Gardner, Joan Collins, Glenda Jackson and, notably, Vanessa Redgrave.

'I've never talked about my relationship with Vanessa before,' he says. 'We have known each other for a long time. We worked on a movie called Mary Queen Of Scots and became friends. I don't feel it was because I thought her world was more colourful, and I wasn't ever caught up in it. Everyone seemed perfectly normal. I know her. I know her family. I met her mum and dad.

'I subscribed a long time ago to the notion that you can pass on information and it's okay to ask. I remember doing a part that Sir John Gielgud had once done in a Noel Coward play and went to see him about it.

'He was delightful and charming and wonderful, and I asked him if he had any tips. He didn't even remember doing the play. It was the same with Sir Michael Redgrave (Vanessa's father). He'd done a famous Hotspur in Henry IV and I was about to play the part, but he didn't remember either. He said, "I think I played it with a Northern accent.'"

Today, Dalton's own accent is a placeless transatlantic mix of received pronunciation and Californian. When he speaks about his native Manchester, though, the Northern accent starts to creep back. Somehow, I wonder if he's more comfortable with this. He tells me he supports Manchester City, always has, since he was six years old.

He bought a house in Los Angeles in the early 1990s, simply because that's where the work was, but would love to work more in the UK. Does he like LA? He pauses. 'Ummrn,' he says. 'I've been there for a long time, but I like to come backwards and forwards. I'm English.

'But Alexander's in school in the U.S. at the moment. I'd have no problem sending him to an English school, but I wouldn't want to rip him away from where he is now. He comes here all the time and is always on set with me.' Would he encourage Alexander to act? 'No, definitely not. You've got to be so lucky to make a living. I wouldn't stop him, but I wouldn't encourage him either. I've always been working generally, but there are still long periods when you don't work. That's part of the deal. I cook, I read, I listen to music, I go fishing, I talk to my friends - I wonder where the next job is going to come from.'

Suddenly, there's a certain wistfulness about Dalton. Has his life been colourfully blessed? I wouldn't say so,' he says. 'I still feel like I did when I was 30 or 40 or 25, but wiser.

'Is there anything I'd change? No. That's when you start getting old: when you start worrying about mistakes. That's history. Acknowledge them. Carry them with you, get wise, but don't regret them.'

He pauses before adding, 'Everybody should have an accident very early on. A kid makes your life complete.'

I would like to say a huge special thank you to the following Steph and James in London for very kindly translating this interview for me and for the Timothy Dalton pictures used with this interview.

Hot Fuzz Commentary with Nick Frost, Simon Pegg, Jim Broadbent, Rafe Spall, Kevin Eldon, and Olivia Coleman - Transcribed by Inge.

Timothy Dalton

Timothy at the Premiere of Hot Fuzz.

The following is the second of the Hot Fuzz commentaries which are part of the Special Edition Two Disc DVD but this one mentions Timothy.


There he is.

Call off the dogs. It's the Daltonator.

He's a very tall man.

He's a big man.

He's very imposing.

He's great.

He smells good, too.

Does he?

What does he smell like?

Just of men. Kind of like good cologne. Leather and wealth.

That's the name of his cologne.

Leather and wealth.

I always imagine him crusing a casino looking for divorcee's.

Wearing leather and wealth.

Yeah, so he snares them.

When they are not looking at, he puts a $100 chip in his pocket.

When Tim first read his lines in rehearsal, me and Edgar just fainted with happiness.

He's so good.

Superb baddie.

Absolutely brilliant. I remember we said it's like Shere Khan. That was the only thing we had to say to him. He never got it wrong.


If you got him (Stephen Merchant), Rory McCann, who plays Lurch, Tim and Jim together, they could have a tall club.

If they stood on each other's shoulders, they could easily get a Frisbee out of a pylon.

(Nicholas Angel's first scene with Simon Skinner in the Manager's Office)

Now this is the scene that we couldn't do the reverses on me within the same day as I did the scene with Tim and Tim came back the next morning to do it especially, even though he wasn't going to be on camera because he didn't want me to do it on my own. He didn't want to leave me hanging.

He's a professional.

Which is a testament to his professionalism.

I remember that. Yeah.


He was quite adamant that he'd come in the next day.

He came burst into my trailer. "Simon, I'm not going to let them do it to you! God damn it! I'm coming in!"


Filming this scene made me laugh so much because Tim hammered Adam. Look! Bang! Every time he did it, he'd hit him so hard and I had to keep saying to Adam, "Adam, are you all right? Are you all right, Adam?"

Poor Adam. He was really whacking him.

"Are you all right?"

'He's got a lot of power in his arms, as well, Tim. He's in good shape.

He is.

(During Simon Skinner’s scene with Eve Draper.)

Menacing, but incredibly attractive.


I think that was one of the last things Tim did was to get blood splattered in his face.


See when you know that you're bad, Jim, when you watch it again, it's a whole different viewing 'cause you know...

Do you think, are people, are they surprised?

I think so, yeah. I think so.

We've had people being surprised at that.

I think they'll be surprised. They’ll kind of - yeah.

Because we don't really - I mean, we do it all the time with Tim, who's trying to make it look like he's the bad guy. That was very hard to do.

But with you- with Frank, it's like, he's so avuncular and hopefully good, that it's a surprise. It always makes me cry.


Look at that picture of him holding up the paper in the background really obviously behind Angel.

He's holding up today's newspaper.


I love all this. Fancy drive. Being able to drive James bond.

I know.

I'll do the driving.

You did that whole mammoth thing out there, didn't you, Jim?

Did you do this? Did you do that?


Going at a tremendous lick.

This waa, we spent, like, two hours just firing at each other out of cars. It was so much fun.


We weren't going anything near that fast.

It's so good.

It really looks quick, doesn't it?

Tim Dalton said that it was the most fun he'd ever had on any film.


Yeah, and you all know what that includes.


Timothy Dalton

Timothy in the fight scene in Hot Fuzz.

I love the way he becomes a cockney, slightly. "You little f**ker!"

So what's it like fighting with Mr. Dalton there? Was that tough?

I had a semi.

It was...

A chubby?


I had a chubby. It was so much fun.

A raging love-on?

'Cause it, we both were going for it and...

Did you.. so did you choreograph that yourselves or did you...

Paul Herbert choreographed it.

Paul choreographed it. Right.

I've actually got a video of the two stunt men going through it. But we did it and 'Cause it was Tim and Tim had obviously been in many screen fights so I wanted to step up to the plate, so...

But it was really good.

That's a real sledgehammer of a punch.

Fantastic punches, these are.


Coming in from the side.

And of course...

They look more brutal.

They would cut you to ribbons.

Yeah, they would.

Those punches.


And Skinner's exploiting Angel's weakness, though, which is stabbed hand, which is still stiff; so that's how he manages to overpower him in the rain.

It's a great shot in the rain.

I love that with his legs sticking out.

Just terrific, that.


This is the crowd pleaser.

That's brilliant.

"It really hurts."

This was Edgar's thing. He wanted to have an impalement which wasn't, a non-lethal impalement.

I like that. It's good.

The only way you could get it: through the chin.

He's bleeding. Look at that blood pumping out.

Now he was in a position of some extreme discomfort for quite a while.

He was. He had to have that in his mouth.

He had to keep it level, because he couldn't stop wobbling it.

© Copyright Hot Fuzz - Commentary With Nick Frost, Simon Pegg, Jim Broadbent, Rafe Spall, Kevin Eldon, and Olivia Coleman - Big Talk Productions, Working Title Films and Universal Studios 2007.

Hot Fuzz - Commentary With Nick Frost, Simon Pegg, Jim Broadbent, Rafe Spall, Kevin Eldon, and Olivia Coleman was very kindly transcribed by Inge. With a huge thank you to Inge.

Timothy's Project Question of the Month for May 2017.

Each month we have a Timothy question of the month, just for a bit of fun. It could be a quote from one of Timothy's films or projects, a picture, or some other information to test you on. I do of course understand that not all of you have seen everything that Timothy has done, so I will be going through all his work, to make it fair, but it is fun to guess though. I will give you the answer on this page at the beginning of each month, and set the next question at that time too.

The question and answer to the October 2016 Timothy question was:

Question: What project is Timothy in pictured above?

Your clue was: After seeing this television movie many of Timothy's fans wanted to confess to him.

The answer is: Possessed.

Many congratulations to everyone who got that question correct!

Here is the Timothy Question of the Month for May 2017:-


Question: What project is Timothy in pictured above? Your clue is: The theme song to this 1980 movie was performed by British rock group Queen and written by guitarist Brian May.

Writing to Timothy - London and Los Angeles Address.

For those of you who write to Timothy, or plan to, Independent Talent Group, Timothy's agency in London, has recently moved their offices from 76 Oxford Street and this is their new address:

Mr T Dalton
C/o Independent Talent Group
40 Whitfield Street
London W1T 2RH

You can also write to Timothy at his agency in Los Angeles and here is the LA address for you:

Mr T Dalton
ICM Partners
9th Floor
10250 Constellation Blvd
Century City
Los Angeles
California 90067

Cindy Who Is A Member Of The Group Has Started A New Business!


Cindy who is a member of the group has started a business where she can to your design, or work to your design, beautiful Business Cards, Invitations and all sorts of wonderful printing. If you would like some work done please contact Cindy on the e-mail address on her business card above for rates and postage costs. Many congratulatons Cindy on your new venture!

Drawing of Timothy by Victoria who is a member of the group.


Timothy as Mr Rochester in Jane Eyre as drawn by Victoria. © Copyright March 2015.

Victoria is a member of the group and she does these wonderful drawings of Timothy, as you can see, and she wanted me to share them with you all and has said you can download them. I thought the best place to put them is here, last month we had the first one of Timothy and Zelah Clarke in Jane Eyre, this is the second one.

I cannot thank Victoria enough for sending them to me to share.

Timothy Dalton Chat Group Birthdays for May 2017.

Happy Birthday

  • Tabitha who lives in Queensland Australia has a birthday on May 6.

  • Mark who lives in Canada has a birthday May 8.

  • Wayne who lives in Australia has a birthday on May 17.

  • Pat who lives in the States has a birthday on May 21.

  • Cindy who lives in Texas USA has a birthday on May 22.

  • Alex who lives in Mexico has a birthday on May 31.

All of us in The Timothy Dalton Chat Group send you lots of love and hope you all have the most wonderful birthdays!

With very warm wishes and love,

Coordinator, The Timothy Dalton Chat Group.