Categories: Humour, TV & Radio
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Actor. Born 174 Sutherland Avenue. Roles in 'The Good Life', 'Yes Minister' and 'Yes, Prime Minister'. Died London.
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Paul Eddington, 1927 - 1995. BBC and the Heritage Foundation
The Pythons were: John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam and Eric Idle. Together they made 45 TV episodes over 4 series between 1969 and 1974 and went on to make fil...
Group, Cinema, Humour, Seriously Famous, TV & Radio
Actor. Son of an army officer he was born in Burma. The Son of Wilfrid Brambell in the TV series 'Steptoe and Son'. Died Hastings. Not to be confused with Harry Corbett, Sooty and Sweep's handler.
Person, Cinema, Humour, TV & Radio, Burma
American writer. Born as Samuel Langhorne Clemens in Florida, a small village in Missouri; it was small then and is now non-existent. Wrote Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Adventures of Tom Sawyer...
Person, Humour, Literature, Seriously Famous, USA
Comedy broadcaster. Born Maurice James Christopher Cole in Liverpool. Inspired by the Goons. Got a job on the pirate Radio London by sending in an audition tape. Worked for Radio Luxemburg, the...
Person, Humour, Music / songs, TV & Radio
Comedian. Born as Michael James Bentin in Watford, Hertfordshire. He was a co-founder of the Goon Show, but left after the first series to pursue a solo career. His best remembered television progr...
Person, Humour, TV & Radio, Peru