London, May 6 (ANI): Star Trek actor Sir Patrick Stewart offered his services to Gordon Brown - but the UK Prime Minister was not interested in learning the presentational tips for the televised leaders' debates.
There were no takers for a play with a "vote Labour" message that Sir Patrick wanted to put on in the run-up to the election. But the actor still offered his services to Brown.
However, Brown did not help himself with the presentational tips that Sir Patrick could have given him for the televised debates, reports The Telegraph.
"I would have certainly made myself available, if asked," the 69-year-old said.
"I did in 2000 have a conversation with Al Gore about a certain aspect of the style of presentation. He was kind enough to say last year that if he had paid more attention to the tips that I was giving him, he might have been president," he added. (ANI)