David Knight - 2nd Nov 2017

The Vamps' frontman Brad has been holding out for Maggie Lindemann for a long time. Frank Borin breaks up the Vamps' playing Personal with flashbacks to Maggie's birthdays down the years - from her 7th to her 20th - where she always fails to spot that he is The One.

But surely tonight she'll dump the doofus with the beard...?


DirectorFrank Borin
ProducerThalia Murray
Production CompanyMy Accomplice
EditorIvanna Borin
ColouristBryan Smaller
Director's Rep (UK)Alexa Haywood at Free Agent UK
CommissionerMarisa Garner

David Knight - 2nd Nov 2017

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