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Birth name  Derek William Dick
Instruments  Vocals, percussion
Also known as  Fish

Name  Derek Dick
Years active  1981–present
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Born  25 April 1958 (age 65) Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland (1958-04-25)
Genres  Rockneo-progressive rockart rockpop
Occupation(s)  Musician, singer-songwriter, actor
Role  Singer-songwriter ·
Movies  Chasing the Deer, Marillion: The EMI Singles Collection, 9 Dead Gay Guys, Fish: Sunsets on Empire: Live in Poland 1997
Albums  A Feast of Consequences, Raingods with Zippos, Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors, Fellini Days, Internal Exile

Music group  Marillion (1981 – 1988)

Derek William Dick (born 25 April 1958), better known by his stage name Fish, is a Scottish singer-songwriter and occasional actor. He achieved prominence as the lead singer and lyricist of the neo-progressive rock band Marillion from 1981 until 1988. In his solo career, Fish has explored contemporary pop and traditional folk.


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Music critics have acknowledged Fish for his voice, which has been described as both "distinct" and a "conflation of Roger Daltrey and Peter Gabriel", while his lyrics have been praised as "poetic prose". Fish was voted number 37 in the greatest voices in rock by Planet Rock listeners in 2009.

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Early life

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Derek William Dick was born on 25 April 1958 in Edinburgh, Scotland, and grew up in Dalkeith. The son of Robert and Isabella, Fish was educated at King's Park primary school and then Dalkeith High School. He was inspired by the music of many of the rock artists of the late 1960s and early 1970s, including Genesis, Pink Floyd, The Moody Blues, The Kinks, T. Rex, David Bowie, Argent and The Alex Harvey Band (Fish would later pay tribute to these early influences on his covers album Songs from the Mirror). Fish has also cited Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell as "one of the biggest influences on me because of her approach to lyrics". The first band he saw live was Yes at Usher Hall, Edinburgh, in 1974. As well as his love for music, he was also a voracious reader, and his literary inspirations included Jack Kerouac, Truman Capote, Robert Burns and Dylan Thomas (all of whom would later be depicted on the sleeve of Marillion's Clutching at Straws).

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Fish worked as a petrol pump attendant, gardener and from 1977 until 1980 worked in forestry. During this period he adopted the nickname of Fish, which originated from the amount of time he spent in the bathtub. Fish has been quoted: "With a real name of Derek William Dick, it became very necessary to find a nickname as quickly as possible."


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Fish joined Marillion in 1981. The band gained popularity over the next couple of years, leading to the release of their top ten debut album Script for a Jester's Tear in 1983. They achieved further chart success in the UK, attaining top ten hit singles in 1985 with "Kayleigh" and "Lavender", and again in 1987 with "Incommunicado". In 1988, Fish left Marillion to pursue a solo career.

Solo career

Many of Fish's later works contain lengthy spoken word lyrics, shorter examples of which can be heard on earlier Marillion albums. Fish has collaborated with Genesis founder Tony Banks on his Still and Soundtracks albums, singing on the tracks "Shortcut to Somewhere", "Angel Face" and "Another Murder of a Day", co-writing the latter.

On 26 August 2007, Fish performed at the 'Hobble on The Cobbles' show at the Market Square in Aylesbury. He was accompanied on stage by his four former Marillion bandmates from the classic line-up (Mark Kelly, Steve Rothery, Ian Mosley and Pete Trewavas) for one song: 'Market Square Heroes'. This was the first time they had performed together in nearly two decades. In a press interview following the event, Fish denied this would lead to a full reunion, claiming that "Hogarth does a great job with the band ... We forged different paths over the 19 years."

His album 13th Star was released on 12 September 2007 as a specially-packaged pre-release version available to order from his website. A UK tour for this album commenced in March 2008, supported by Glyder. In February 2008, Fish was confirmed to be the Friday night headline act at NEARFest X. He also appeared with BBC Radio 2's Bob Harris on GMTV to promote Childline Rocks, a charity concert.

In 2008, Fish presented a Friday evening radio show, Fish on Friday, for digital radio station Planet Rock. When the station was faced with closure, Malcolm Bluemel (with the help of Fish, Tony Iommi, Ian Anderson and Gary Moore) helped save Planet Rock by buying the station.

On 9 June 2008, Fish embarked on his first full North American tour in eleven years. At each stop, he hosted a pre-show meet-and-greet with his fans. Two days prior, he was interviewed by Vince Font of the progressive rock podcast Prog'opolis, which was aired a week later on The Dividing Line Broadcast Network (DLBN) as "My Lunch With Fish".

In 2005, Fish won a Celebrity Music edition of The Weakest Link, beating Eggsy of Goldie Lookin Chain in the final round, sharing £18,750 with Eggsy's charity and his own.

On 20 and 21 October 2012, Fish hosted Fish Convention 2012 in Leamington Spa. He performed two acoustic sets and two electric sets, including material from his upcoming release, Feast of Consequences. He also performed "Grendel", a fan-favourite Marillion b-side, twice.

Musical style

Fish has sometimes been compared to Peter Gabriel, original lead singer of Genesis in the early 1970s, and his voice has even been described as "uncannily close". Music journalist David Hepworth described his voice as a "conflation of Roger Daltrey and Peter Gabriel". Fish has acknowledged Gabriel's influence on him and some vocal similarities, but has rejected accusations from some critics during his career that he does not have a unique voice of his own. Peter Hammill of Van der Graaf Generator was also a major influence on his songwriting and vocal delivery, which is especially notable on the first two Marillion albums.

Record labels

Following a legal dispute with EMI Records and an unsuccessful contract with Polydor, Fish established the Dick Bros Record Company in 1993. He released a number of "official bootleg" albums to finance the company before selling it to Roadrunner Records. Another financially unsuccessful period followed before he re-established his own Chocolate Frog Records label in 2001. He signed with Snapper Music in 2005, but later returned to Chocolate Frog Records.


In May 2008, Fish's Planet Rock show Fish on Friday won the Silver award in the Music Broadcaster of the Year category at the UK Sony Radio Academy Awards 2008. In June 2008, at the New York Festivals Radio Broadcasting Awards, he and Gary Moore jointly received the Gold World Medal in the Regularly Scheduled Music Programme category for their respective shows on Planet Rock.


Fish was offered and accepted a part in the 1986 film Highlander (for which Marillion were also offered the soundtrack) but he eventually had to turn it down, owing to his tour commitments with the band. Fish first appeared on terrestrial television as himself in the "More Bad News" episode of the series "The Comic Strip Presents..." in 1988.

His first acting role was as a guest star in an episode of "Zorro" called "The Newcomers" (aired 10 February 1991) but a more prominent role was as the thug "Ferguson" alongside John Sessions in Jute City, a four-part 1991 BBC drama based on a group of Masonic ruffians.

In 1994, he appeared in Chasing the Deer, a film set during the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion, as "Angus Cameron". He also missed out on a role in Braveheart. He spent two days with Mel Gibson in London who kept asking him to be involved but he was committed to touring his Suits album instead.

In 1998, he appeared as "David Lawson" in series 14, episode 44 of the ITV series The Bill, titled 'Manhunt' and was aired on 16 April.

He played "Derek Trout", a record producer in the 1999 series, The Young Person's Guide To Becoming A Rock Star.

He also appeared as "Barry Judd" in a 2000 episode of the TV detective series Rebus alongside John Hannah.

Later in 2000, Fish would go on to act this time in the popular Scottish detective television programme Taggart episode number 48 "Skin Deep".

In 2001, he auditioned (unsuccessfully) for the James Bond film Die Another Day. He then went on to appear in two episodes of Snoddy, a short lived Scottish television sitcom.

In 2004, Fish played "Finlay Price" in the TV movie Quite Ugly One Morning alongside James Nesbitt, Eddie Marsan and Annette Crosbie.

Fish appeared as "Old Nick", a camp homosexual in the 2002 crime comedy film 9 Dead Gay Guys.

In the 2005 film, The Jacket, Fish appeared alongside Adrien Brody and Keira Knightley as a patient "Jimmy Fleischer" in a mental institution and he played "Uncle Jimmy" in the 2012 comedy drama 'Electric Man'.

Personal life

Fish married his first wife, Tamara Nowy, a German model who appeared in the "Kayleigh" music video, "Lady Nina" music video and "A Gentleman's Excuse Me" music video on 25 July 1987. They had one daughter, Tara Rowena (Taz) born 1 January 1991, who is currently a model for 'Colours Agency' and in 2012 was a nominee for 'Scottish Model of the Year'. Fish and Nowy divorced in 2003. Following his divorce from Nowy, Fish was in a relationship with Mostly Autumn singer Heather Findlay.

In 2008, Fish revealed that he would be taking at least six months off from singing due to an "irregular cell growth" in his throat. This was later determined not to be cancerous.

Fish is a lifelong fan of Edinburgh football club Hibernian.

Fish has a keen interest in marine science.


Politically, Fish has identified as having "a lot of socialist trends" despite working in a capitalist industry. Fish is a supporter of Scottish independence because he is "dismayed" by the UK's anti-European stance and does not believe a "London-based government" is "beneficial to the UK as a whole". Fish has argued that independence could "shake up British politics" to ensure a more "fair distribution of wealth" throughout the UK. However, he declined to actively campaign in the 2014 Scottish independence referendum because he believes it would be "hypocritical" as he is planning to leave Scotland for Germany to live with his partner and her young son.

Current live band

  • Fish – Lead Vocals
  • Robin Boult – Electric/Acoustic Guitars
  • Steve Vantsis – Bass Guitars; Keyboards; Backing Vocals
  • John Beck – Keyboards; Backing Vocals
  • Gavin Griffiths – Drums
  • Studio albums

  • 1983: Script for a Jester's Tear
  • 1984: Fugazi
  • 1985: Misplaced Childhood
  • 1987: Clutching at Straws
  • Live albums

  • 1984: Real to Reel
  • 1988: The Thieving Magpie
  • 2008: Early Stages: The Official Bootleg Box Set 1982–1987
  • 2009: Live From Loreley
  • 2009: Recital of the Script
  • Compilation albums

  • 1986: Brief Encounter
  • 1988: B'Sides Themselves
  • 2000: The Singles '82–'88 (box set)
  • Video albums

  • 1983: Recital of the Script (Reissued on DVD in 2003 includes Grendel / The Web EP)
  • 1984: Grendel / The Web EP
  • 1986: The Videos 1982–1986
  • 1987: Incommunicado / Sugar Mice
  • 1987: Live from Loreley (Reissued on VHS / CD package in 1995 and on DVD in 2004).
  • Singles

  • 1982: "Market Square Heroes"
  • 1983: "He Knows You Know"
  • 1983: "Garden Party"
  • 1984: "Punch and Judy"
  • 1984: "Assassing"
  • 1985: "Kayleigh"
  • 1985: "Lavender"
  • 1985: "Heart of Lothian"
  • 1986: "Lady Nina" (US only)
  • 1986: "Welcome to the Garden Party" (West Germany only)
  • 1987: "Incommunicado"
  • 1987: "Sugar Mice"
  • 1987: "Warm Wet Circles"
  • 1988: "Freaks" (Live)
  • Studio albums

  • 1990: Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors
  • 1991: Internal Exile
  • 1993: Songs from the Mirror (covers album)
  • 1994: Suits
  • 1997: Sunsets on Empire
  • 1999: Raingods with Zippos
  • 2001: Fellini Days
  • 2004: Field of Crows
  • 2007: 13th Star
  • 2013: A Feast of Consequences
  • Live albums

    Some of these live albums were first released as "official bootlegs" sold via mail-order and on tour. Several of these have later been released to retail.

  • 1991: Pigpen's Birthday (live in London 02/04/1990)
  • 1991: Derek Dick and his Amazing Electric Bear (live in Haddington 03/11/1991)
  • 1991: Uncle Fish and the Crypt Creepers (live in Düsseldorf 07/12/1991)
  • 1993: For Whom the Bells Toll! (live in Edinburgh 31/12/1991)
  • 1993: Toiling in the Reeperbahn (live in Hamburg 23/06/1992)
  • 1994: Sushi (live in Utrecht 18/03/1993)
  • 1994: Acoustic Sessions (live at the Funny Farm 1994 and Kraków 1995)
  • 1996: Fish Head Curry (limited edition live album, 5000 copies only) (live in Luzern 12/11/1995)
  • 1996: Krakow (live in Kraków 11/10/1995)
  • 1998: Tales from the Big Bus (live in Köln 20/11/1997)
  • 1998: Fortunes of War (live in London, Newport, Norwich,1994)
  • 1999: The Haddington Tapes (From the 1998 Haddington Convention)
  • 1999: The Complete BBC Sessions (live in London 11/11/1989 and Nottingham 15/11/1991)
  • 2000: Issue 30 CD (live at Haddington 29/08/1999)
  • 2000: Candlelight in Fog (limited edition live album, 3000 copies only) (live in Philadelphia and New York City, January 2000)
  • 2001: Sashimi (live in Poznan 03/10/1999)
  • 2002: Fellini Nights (live in Amsterdam 11/05/2001)
  • 2002: Mixed Company (live in Enschede, 28-29/06/2002)
  • 2004: Curtain Call (Three Marillion shows live in Baunatal 01/10/1983, London 03/02/1986, and Milan 26/01/1988)
  • 2005: Scattering Crows Live in Europe 2004 (live in Bradford 06/04/2004)
  • 2005: Scattering Crows Live at the Robin 2, Bilston 18 February 2004
  • 2006: Return to Childhood (live in Tilburg 13/11/2005 and Köln 18/11/2005)
  • 2007: Communion (live in Haddington 26/08/2006)
  • 2012: Leamington Spa Convention (live in Leamington Spa, 21/10/2012)
  • 2016: The Moveable Feast (live in Karlsruhe 25/10/2013 and Würzburg 29/10/2014)
  • 2017: Farewell to Childhood (live in Warsaw 09/11/2015, Stuttgart 23/11/2015, and Berlin 05/11/2015)
  • Compilation albums

  • 1995: Yin and Yang
  • 1998: Kettle of Fish (88–98)
  • 2005: Bouillabaisse
  • Video albums

  • 1993: "Songs for the Company" (Recorded live at Stadthaus in Rheinberg, Germany, 30 October 1993).
  • 1996: "Krakow Electric Set" (Recorded live in Kraków at P1TV Studios, 24 October 1995).
  • 1996: "Krakow Acoustic Set" (Recorded live in Kraków at P1TV Studios, 27 October 1995).
  • 1998: "Duisburg" (Recorded live in Duisburg, Homberg Glückauf-Halle, 29 August 1998).
  • 1999: "Przemysl" (Recorded live in Przemyśl, Poland, 10 October 1997).
  • DVD albums

  • 2002: Kettle of Fish (88–98) (Promo Video Collection)
  • 2003: Sunsets on Empire (Live in Poland 1997).
  • 2003: "Fool's Company" (Recorded live at Muziekcentrum, Enschede, the Netherlands on 28/29 June 2002).
  • 2005: "Scattering Crows Live" (Live recordings from Bradford, England 6 April 2004, and Malta 31 July 2004).
  • 2005: "Krakow Electric & Acoustic Set (Recorded live in Kraków at P1TV Studios, 24th / 27 October 1995).
  • 2006: "Return To Childhood" (Live in concert at The Paradiso, Amsterdam, 15 and 18 November 2005).
  • 2006: "NEARFest – In Search of the 13th Star" (Live in the USA, 20 June 2008).
  • 2013: "The Fishheads Club Live" (Live at University of Derby Faculty of the Arts December 13, 2010).
  • Singles

  • 1986: "Shortcut to Somewhere" (Fish & Tony Banks)
  • 1989: "State of Mind"
  • 1989: "Big Wedge"
  • 1990: "A Gentleman's Excuse Me"
  • 1990: "The Company" (Germany only)
  • 1991: "Internal Exile"
  • 1991: "Credo"
  • 1992: "Something in the Air"
  • 1992: "Never Mind The Bullocks" (feat. Hold Your Head Up)
  • 1994: "Lady Let It Lie"
  • 1994: "Fortunes of War"
  • 1994: "Emperors song"
  • 1995: "Just Good Friends" (feat. Sam Brown)
  • 1997: "Brother 52"
  • 1997: "Change of Heart"
  • 1999: "Incomplete" (feat. Elisabeth Antwi)
  • 2008: "Arc of the Curve"
  • 2008: "Zoë 25"
  • 2014: "Blind to the Beautiful"
  • Collaborations

  • 1981–1988: Sang in Marillion.
  • 1986: "Shortcut To Somewhere" on the album Soundtracks by Tony Banks, lead vocals by Fish, produced by Richard James Burgess
  • 1991: "Angel Face" and "Another Murder of a Day" on the album Still by Tony Banks, lead vocals by Fish.
  • 1992: Sang the part of "Crixus the Gaul" on the album Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of Spartacus.
  • 1993: "Out of My Life" (Acoustic), "The Seeker" and "Time and a Word" on the album Outpatients '93.
  • 1994; "Lady Let It Lie", backing vocals by Knox Academy Junior Choir on the album, Suits.
  • 1994: "Spirit of the Forest" on the album Earthrise.
  • 1995: "Just Good Friends" duet with Sam Brown
  • 1998: Sang the part of the "Highlander" character on the album Into the Electric Castle by Ayreon.
  • 2000: Sang on the single "Scotland By Our Side" credited to Scotia Nostra.
  • 2003: Sang on the track "Caledonia" on the Frankie Miller tribute album, A Tribute To Frankie Miller
  • 2012: Narration of 'Pseudo Silk Kimono' on Egbert Derix' album 'Paintings in Minor Lila'
  • Filmography

    Electric Man as
    Uncle Jimmy
    The Jacket as
    Jimmy Fleischer
    Quite Ugly One Morning (TV Movie) as
    Finlay Price
    9 Dead Gay Guys as
    Old Nick
    Snoddy (TV Series) as
    PC Dodds
    - Cyborg Polis (2002) - PC Dodds
    Taggart (TV Series) as
    Dougie Todd
    - Skin Deep (2000) - Dougie Todd
    Rebus (TV Series) as
    Barry Judd
    - Black and Blue (2000) - Barry Judd
    The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star (TV Series) as
    Derek Trout
    - Making Tracks (1998) - Derek Trout
    The Bill (TV Series) as
    David Lawson
    - Manhunt (1998) - David Lawson
    Chasing the Deer as
    Angus Cameron
    Jute City (TV Series) as
    - Episode #1.3 (1991) - Ferguson
    - Episode #1.2 (1991) - Ferguson
    Zorro (TV Series) as
    Daniel Nielson
    - The Newcomers (1991) - Daniel Nielson
    Spirit of the Forest (Music Video) as
    Marillion: Warm Wet Circles (Music Video) as
    Marillion: Sugar Mice (Music Video) as
    Marillion: Incommunicado (Music Video) as
    Tony Banks & Fish: Short Cut to Somewhere (Music Video) as
    Marillion: Lady Nina (Music Video) as
    Marillion: Heart of Lothian (Music Video) as
    Marillion: Lavender (Music Video) as
    Marillion: Kayleigh (Music Video) as
    Marillion: Assassing (Music Video) as
    Marillion: Garden Party (Music Video) as
    Marillion: He Knows You Know (Music Video) as
    Marillion: Market Square Heroes (Music Video) as
    Music Department
    Fish: State of Mind (Video short) (songwriter)
    Tony Banks & Fish: Short Cut to Somewhere (Music Video) (lead vocals)
    Tony Banks & Fish: Short Cut to Somewhere (Music Video)
    On Becoming a God in Central Florida (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - American Merchandise (2019) - (writer: "Lavender")
    Car Share (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - The Nan (2017) - (writer: "Kayleigh")
    1987 (writer: "Lavender")
    Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel (writer: "Kayleigh")
    Skins (TV Series) (lyrics - 1 episode)
    - Cook (2009) - (lyrics: "Kayleigh")
    Nighty Night (TV Series) (writer - 3 episodes)
    - Episode #2.2 (2005) - (writer: "Lavender" - uncredited)
    - Episode #1.6 (2004) - (writer: "Lavender" - uncredited)
    - Episode #1.1 (2004) - (writer: "Lavender")
    Idol (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Episode #3.8 (2003) - (writer: "Kayleigh")
    Top Ten (TV Series documentary) (performer - 1 episode, 2001) (writer - 1 episode, 2001)
    - Prog Rock (2001) - (performer: "Shortcut To Somewhere") / (writer: "Shortcut To Somewhere")
    Late Night Shopping (writer: "Kayleigh")
    Chasing the Deer ("Fortunes of War")
    F.C. De Kampioenen (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - De Ster (1990) - (writer: "Kayleigh" - uncredited)
    Live from Loreley (Video documentary) (writer: "Slàinte Mhath", "Assassing", "Script for a Jester's Tear", "Incubus", "Sugar Mice", "Hotel Hobbies", "Warm Wet Circles", "That Time of the Night", "Pseudo Silk Kimono", "Kayleigh", "Lavender", "Bitter Suite", "Heart of Lothian", "The Last Straw", "Incommunicado")
    P.I.T. (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Episode dated 14 May 1986 (1986) - (writer: "Garden Party")
    Now That's What I Call Music 6 (Video) (writer: "Lavender")
    Top of the Pops (TV Series) (writer - 4 episodes)
    - Episode #22.40 (1985) - (writer: "Lavender Blue")
    - Episode #22.37 (1985) - (writer: "Lavender Blue")
    - Episode #22.36 (1985) - (writer: "Lavender")
    - Episode dated 16 May 1985 (1985) - (writer: "Kayleigh")
    Marillion: Kayleigh (Music Video) (writer: "Kayleigh")
    Marillion: Recital of the Script (Video) (writer: "Script for a Jester's Tear", "Garden Party", "Chelsea Monday", "He Knows You Know", "Forgotten Sons", "Market Square Heroes")
    Saturday Night with Hayley Palmer (TV Series) as
    Self Guest
    - 80's Special (2022) - Self Guest
    The Tale of Weltshmerz (Video documentary) as
    Ayreon: Electric Castle Live and Other Tales (Video) as
    Weltschmerz - Fish (Video short) as
    Pointless Celebrities (TV Series) as
    Self - Contestant / Self
    - St Andrew's Day (2019) - Self - Contestant
    - Music (2016) - Self
    The Final Straw (Video) as
    Hansa Studios: By the Wall 1976-90 (Documentary) as
    Childhood Memories (Video documentary) as
    When Pop Went Epic: The Crazy World of the Concept Album (Documentary) as
    Polska (Documentary)
    CATtales (Podcast Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - The one with Marillion's Fish (2013) - Self - Guest
    Preparing the Feast (Video documentary) as
    GMTV (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 21 February 2008 (2008) - Self
    Fish: Live In Krakow - Electric (Video) as
    Return to Childhood (Video) as
    The Weakest Link (TV Series) as
    - Rock and Pop Special (2005) - Self
    Never Mind the Buzzcocks (TV Series) as
    - Episode #14.8 (2004) - Self
    - Episode #9.10 (2001) - Self
    - Episode #8.9 (2001) - Self
    Faktor (TV Series documentary) as
    - Fellini Days (2003) - Self
    Marillion: The EMI Singles Collection (Video documentary) as
    Self / Lead vocals
    Phil Collins: A Life Less Ordinary (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self - Interviewee
    Top of the Pops 2 (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 29 August 2001 (2001) - Self
    SAS Band: The Show (Video) as
    Barend en Van Dorp (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 12 April 1999 (1999) - Self
    Top of the Pops (TV Series) as
    Self - Marillion / Self
    - Episode dated 11 January 1990 (1990) - Self
    - Episode dated 30 July 1987 (1987) - Self - Marillion (uncredited)
    - Episode dated 21 May 1987 (1987) - Self - Marillion (uncredited)
    - Episode #22.37 (1985) - Self - Marillion (uncredited)
    - Episode dated 13 June 1985 (1985) - Self - Marillion (uncredited)
    - Episode #21.6 (1984) - Self - Marillion (uncredited)
    - Episode #20.24 (1983) - Self - Marillion (uncredited)
    Fish: State of Mind (Video short) as
    Juke Box Jury (TV Series) as
    Self - Panellist
    - Episode #3.2 (1989) - Self - Panellist
    Freedomfest: Nelson Mandela's 70th Birthday Celebratation (TV Special documentary) as
    The Comic Strip Presents (TV Series) as
    - More Bad News (1988) - Self
    Queen: Magic Years, Volume Three - A Visual Anthology (Documentary) as
    The Roxy (TV Series) as
    - Episode #1.22 (1987) - Self (as Marillion)
    Live from Loreley (Video documentary) as
    Self - vocals
    It's Wicked! (TV Series) as
    - Episode #1.6 (1987) - Self (as Marillion)
    The Old Grey Whistle Test (TV Series) as
    Self - Singer / Self
    - Episode #16.11 (1985) - Self - Singer (as Marillion)
    - Episode #15.12 (1985) - Self
    - Episode #15.6 (1984) - Self
    - Episode #13.7 (1983) - Self - Singer (as Marillion)
    Wogan (TV Series) as
    - Episode #5.39 (1985) - Self (as Marillion)
    Pop Quiz (TV Series) as
    - Episode #5.3 (1984) - Self
    Oxford Road Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Marillion / Self
    - Episode #4.6 (1984) - Self - Marillion (uncredited)
    - Episode #3.8 (1983) - Self (as Marillion)
    Marillion: Recital of the Script (Video) as
    Self (Marillion - vocal)
    Archive Footage
    Top Ten (TV Series documentary) as
    - Prog Rock (2001) - Self (uncredited)


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