Bonehead, Carl Barat and Alan McGee star in Svengali

There's even room for Maggot from Goldie Lookin Chain in this YouTube comedy show ...

Our regular blogger Alan McGee has been flexing his acting muscles in online comedy show Svengali. For the third episode he's joined by ex-Oasis guitarist Bonehead and Maggot from Goldie Lookin Chain, whilst the Libertines' Carl Barat gets cornered in a urinal. Watch part two after the jump ...


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