Shaun Dooley is one of the most recognisable faces in British film and TV, starring in Official Secrets and The Woman In Black on the big screen, as well as hit dramas Broadchurch and Gentleman Jack.
In episode four of The ii Family Money Show, he and wife Polly – who have four children together – tell Gabby Logan about how their humble beginnings shaped their attitude to family finance, why Harold Pinter’s The Caretaker changed the course of Shaun’s life, and why he’d ban the word ‘celebrity’.
Plus, interactive investor’s Personal Finance Campaigner Myron Jobson joins Gabby to suggest ways you can invest for your family’s future and also looks back at last year’s ii Great British Retirement Survey ahead of the launch of the 2021 survey on 13 October.
This episode is also available as a vodcast at https://youtu.be/wLmUy2tBBJY.
The ii Family Money Show is brought to you by interactive investor (ii). Read more about ii’s Great British Retirement Survey at https://www.ii.co.uk/pensions/iiGBRS. The 2021 survey is out on 13 October.
To find out more about ii’s junior stocks and shares ISA (JISA) visit https://www.ii.co.uk/ii-accounts/isa/junior-isa.
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