Art Imitates Life: Labour PPB Star Racked Up Huge Debts

Who is the star of Labour’s new Party Political Broadcast? Top BBC luvvie Art Malik, an appropriate choice given he famously racked up huge personal debts of £80,000, owing £55,000 to the bank and £32,000 to the taxman. Enjoy him bemoaning inequality while standing in front of a £1,200 fridge:

Malik was just days from bankruptcy before he was bailed out by a role in Arnie’s film True Lies, where he played a jihadi baddie who was strapped to a missile and fired into a helicopter:

A more convincing performance.


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