He'll be played by Grahame Fox, a journeyman Welsh actor who's appeared on the U.K. soap EastEnders and the TV series Casualty.
Grahame, driving slowly, began to nod in the thickening fog.
"I will give it you with pleasure when I have had my evening song from Mary," said Mr. Grahame.
Leslie and Grahame had both been killed, and William Long was sorely wounded.
"I could tell you were a correspondent by your appetite," said Grahame.
Grahame thought that while he might show a rash boldness now and then, his nerve was not very good.
"If the people did so too it might be to better purpose," observed Grahame, dryly.
A few moments later the flare, burning low, scorched Grahame's fingers and he flung it over the rail.
Grahame promptly kicked off his boots, and sat down on his bed.
Seeing Macallister in the hall below, Grahame went down to him and told him what he had learned.