Stuntman Vicar

A stunt riding vicar managed to blag himself a role in a Hollywood movie – after discovering that the plot mirrored his own life. Retired Pentecostal minister Paul Sinclair, 44, who runs a motorcycle hearse service, as well as stunt riding, managed to blag himself and wife Marian a speaking role in the film after he discovered the upcoming movie mirrored his own life.

A stunt riding vicar managed to blag himself a role in a Hollywood movie - after discovering that the plot mirrored his own life. Retired Pentecostal minister Paul Sinclair, 44, who runs a motorcycle hearse service, as well as stunt riding, managed to blag himself and wife Marian a speaking role in the film after he discovered the upcoming movie mirrored his own life.

A stunt riding vicar managed to blag himself a role in a Hollywood movie - after discovering that the plot mirrored his own life. Retired Pentecostal minister Paul Sinclair, 44, who runs a motorcycle hearse service, as well as stunt riding, managed to blag himself and wife Marian a speaking role in the film after he discovered the upcoming movie mirrored his own life.

A stunt riding vicar managed to blag himself a role in a Hollywood movie - after discovering that the plot mirrored his own life. Retired Pentecostal minister Paul Sinclair, 44, who runs a motorcycle hearse service, as well as stunt riding, managed to blag himself and wife Marian a speaking role in the film after he discovered the upcoming movie mirrored his own life.

A stunt riding vicar managed to blag himself a role in a Hollywood movie - after discovering that the plot mirrored his own life. Retired Pentecostal minister Paul Sinclair, 44, who runs a motorcycle hearse service, as well as stunt riding, managed to blag himself and wife Marian a speaking role in the film after he discovered the upcoming movie mirrored his own life.