Person    | Male  Born 1909  Died 1994

Lord Delfont of Stepney

Categories: Humour, Theatre, TV & Radio

Impresario and Companion Water Rat. Brother of Lord Lew Grade. The photo shows Delfont (on right) with Neil Diamond.

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Lord Delfont of Stepney

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Lord Delfont

Lord Delfont of Stepney, 1909 - 1994, impresario and Companion Water Rat. Com...

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