Remember the year 1994?

Paul Gascoigne was Britain’s most expensive footballer, a group of young Mancs called Oasis had just released their first album and the world’s sexiest TV star was a tousled American chap called David Hasselhoff.

The Baywatch and Knight Rider star was one of the most in-demand faces in acting, and had even forged a pop career in Germany.

Unfortunately the turbulent 2000s were not so kind and, much like Wimpy, Rollerblades and El Dorado, Hasselhoff’s brand was due to head south.

Drinking problems , ageing and Jump in My Car left him living off his name rather than his decent acting abilities.

Now rebranded as The Hoff, the 63-year-old (yes, really) seems to have found the perfect tongue-in cheek role for his talents.

In Last Night A DJ Saved My Life , he plays a partygoing record-spinning dad who has to set an example for his wild child daughter.

It’s also from the makers of Dreamboats And Petticoats and Boogie Nights, so production values should be as high as you’d expect for an Indigo show.

The soundtrack reads like a roll-call of tunes from the Hoff’s acting heyday, including Papa Don’t Preach, Karma Chameleon and Ride On Time.

And not an Ourprice receipt in sight.

7pm, Sunday, November 15, £28.90-£51.50, Indigo at The O2