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Chris Haley, from Washington DC, was introduced to Ms Baff-Black, who lives in South Wales, for the first time on Saturday at the Who Do You Think You Are?
But of course I had no idea I was linked in some way to his ancestors. "Chris and I have got so much in common – from what we like to the way we write and the fact we both love theatre." Mr Haley, 46, an actor and slavery historian, said: "I wish Alex had had DNA technology at his disposal.