What do you call a man who has been a rock star, a teacher, an artist and a film extra and had a trial for Tottenham? He's called Derek Massey and ANGELA SINGER went to interview him in Ramsey. THEY were the Gallaghers of their day, brothers with an all-too-public love-hate relationship. OK - names like Derek and Eric may not immediately say rock and roll to you but the identical twins Derek and Eric Massey were massive in 1962. The television talent show they were on, Opportunity Knocks, was bigger than The X Factor - it had an audience of 16 million. Derek, now living in Ramsey St Mary's and an established artist, could open his own careers advice service. He has had so many of his own. He has been a rock star. His band was on the events list for London's Marquee Club with David Bowie, Jimmy Cliff and Stevie Wonder. He has shared a bill with everyone from the Rolling Stones to Vera Lynn. However, he has also been a film extra, a landscape gardener and has worked as a navvy on motorways. He was a draftsman, worked in menswear and in a mortuary. He even had a trial for Tottenham Hotspur. At one point he made false eyelashes. Art students were hired, he says, because they could be relied on to have a steady hand when cutting the lashes from seal fur.