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Martin Oliver

Martin Oliver was born on the 8th April 1977, he moved from Derbyshire to Sunderland on 1996. Martin's uncle Zain Oliver also lives in Sunderland. Martin's favourite actor is Robin Williams. Martin's favourite song is Teenage Dirtbag by Wheatus. Martin can speak Portugese. Martin's favourite TV show has always been .

Mr Martin Oliver describes himself

I am a 33 year old environmental officer from Sunderland, England. I graduated from The University of Liverpool and now work for British Gas.

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