Plaque

Bernie Winters

Inscription

Bernie Winters, 1932 - 1991, comedian and water rat.
Comic Heritage

Site: Teddington Studios - riverfront (12 memorials)

TW11, Thames Walkway, Behind Broom Road

These plaques were originally located on the buildings of the Teddington Studios in Broom Road. The studios were closed and demolished in 2016, and the plaques were eventually moved here. The Mirror reported that some of these plaques had been pinched just prior to the demolition, but they have since been replaced.

Actually, look closely and you'll see that the plaques here are different from the ones we photographed on the old Teddington Studio building, similar but not the same.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Bernie Winters

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Bernie Winters

Comedian and Water Rat.  Born Bernie Weinstein.  His brother was the handsome...

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Benny Hill

Benny Hill

Benny Hill, 1925 - 1992, comedian. Comic Heritage

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David Nixon

David Nixon

David Nixon, 1919 - 1978, magician and past King Rat. Comic Heritage

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Harry Worth

Harry Worth

Harry Worth, 1917 - 1989, comedian. Comic Heritage

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Irene Handl

Irene Handl

Irene Handl, 1901 - 1987, comedy actress. Comic Heritage

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Jimmy Jewel

Jimmy Jewel

Jimmy Jewel, 1909 - 1995, comic actor. Comic Heritage

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