Earlier in the day, Roxanne was seen in York Town Centre pulling a prank for her radio show that saw her pretend to cry to see how many members of the public would come to her aid.Roxanne played Jo Sugden in the ITV soap Emmerdale from 2005 to 2009 but recently announced plans to retire from acting to pursue a career in radio.They also made a Live Cast, where they answered fans' questions and talked about the expansion at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, where the fans can go to the Diagon Alley, summer 2014. Oliver supports Aston Villa, and did so alongside his late grandfather, while James supports Birmingham City with his father. They both support Major League Soccer side, Portland Timbers. Both travel around the world to tour and attend sports games and events; Oliver also maintains his own website called JOP World, where he chronicles the various places he visits and keeps fans updated with the brothers' activities.James and Oliver are close with several of the Harry Potter cast members, including Rupert Grint, Tom Felton, Daniel Radcliffe and Matthew Lewis.
The 36-year-old soap star was pictured hours before the crash (left) as she recorded a segment in York Town Centre ahead of taking part in a stock car race at Hunmanby Raceway.
By December 2011, the amount pledged for their jump stood at £2,525.
On 7 September 2013, the brothers went on Pointless Celebrities to win money for the charity in memory of Harry Moseley, and won £2,500.
In 2012, they starred in A Mind's Eye, a short documentary film based on the philosophical ideas of Plato.
The brothers have also been involved in the Harry Potter Exhibition; they were present during its 2009 official opening in Chicago, and have since followed its tour around different cities and countries to promote it. In January 2014, both went to the Harry Potter Celebration in Orlando, Florida, with Evanna Lynch, Matthew Lewis, and Devon Murray. The twins support rival football clubs in Birmingham.