Usually one of London’s most publicity-loving figures, ‘Fast’ Eddie Davenport has been keeping a low profile since a bouncer was stabbed to death by a gang outside a Park Lane sex party to which he was linked on New Year’s Day.
Now, the convicted fraudster has resurfaced 6,000 miles away in Thailand and is smiling for the cameras again.
‘Fast’ Eddie Davenport has resurfaced 6,000 miles away in Thailand and is smiling for the cameras again – the 53-year-old shared this snap online posing with some model chums in the Zuma restaurant at the five-star St Regis Hotel in the Thai capital
Fast Eddie (pictured right on Halloween) has been a fixture on the London party scene since he was young
Eddie, 53, shared this snap online posing with some model chums in the Zuma restaurant at the five-star St Regis Hotel in the Thai capital.
‘A week in Bangkok,’ he wrote next to the picture, in an apparent reference to the song One Night In Bangkok from the musical Chess, which suits his chequered past.
Granchester hunk Tom Brittney, who replaces James Norton as the dashing vicar in the current series, reveals he’s got his sights set on being the next James Bond — despite the fact that Norton is tipped for the role.
‘I would love to be Bond. And apparently if you even talk about it, you put your name in the ring,’ says the 28-year-old.
‘You know, I worked with [Bond producer] Barbara Broccoli on my first ever film. So maybe she will be keeping an eye on my career.
‘I have been doing [Israeli martial art] Krav Maga lessons, I think I look OK in a tuxedo, and I am a raging alcoholic — no, just kidding — so, I tick a few boxes.’
Granchester hunk Tom Brittney (pictured) is replacing James Norton as the dashing vicar in the current series
Playwright Sir Tom Stoppard has been given a dressing down for not dressing up for his own 80th birthday party last year.
U.S. author Joseph Epstein says Stoppard epitomises the ‘new schlepporisty’ in fashion shared by many of his dishevelled thespian guests.
‘Michael Gambon, who seems to have forgotten to brush his hair, Iain Glen in flip-flops, Jude Law in a wife-beater undershirt exposed under an unbuttoned shirt; and the birthday celebrant himself unkempt and wearing an emphatically rumpled chambray work shirt.’ It was a party, Joseph!