Person    | Male  Born 17/11/1937  Died 9/1/1995

Peter Cook

Categories: Humour, Seriously Famous

Comedian, satirist and "only twin". Born Torquay. Founded and owned 'The Establishment Club', 1961 - 64. Died in the Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead.

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Peter Cook

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