SIR - I would like to pay tribute to the living legend that is Welsh actor Michael Sheen.

Among other things he has brilliantly portrayed Kenneth Williams (Fantabulosa), Tony Blair, Brian Clough and Chris Tarrant. It is about time the British film industry paid tribute to his rubber-faced versatile genius by producing a biopic of the great man himself. But then they would have to find an actor to play Sheen, playing the other parts. They would have to be even more rubber-faced and versatile than him. Maybe Rami Malik who is already famous for playing Freddie Mercury.

But if Malik pulls this off and becomes an even bigger star, it's only fair they should make a film about his life too. It could get tricky.

Alan Bates, Bowland Avenue, Baildon