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Fundsnetwork’s David Dalton-Brown has revealed a secret past as a film star.

The platform’s head told partygoers at Fidelity’s recent Somerset House bash of his appearance as a young lad in the film Tommy after his potential was spotted in the street by director Ken Russell.

Ever modest Dalton-Brown has kept pretty quiet about his role in the 1975 film version of the rock opera but the Diary thinks he should be proud to be a part of rock history.

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