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[on his other jobs during filming of Kes
(1969)] "I was doing a paper round in the morning. I remember they weren't particularly pleased that I was up at quarter to seven running around the local estate. They said, 'We'll pay your wages not to do your paper round.' Towards the end of the shoot, the football season started and I said I couldn't work past midday Saturday as I sold the football ...
Changed his name to his nickname 'Dai' as there was already a David Bradley registered with Equity. Dai initially tried to persuade the other David Bradley
to change *his* name, on the grounds that people might otherwise think that he was the boy who had played Kes.