Person    | Male  Born 8/9/1925  Died 24/7/1980

Peter Sellers

Peter Sellers

Goon and comic actor. Born Portsmouth to a couple of variety entertainers. The family moved to the N6 house when Sellers was 10. He was staying at the Dorchester Hotel when he suffered a heart attack and died at the Middlesex Hospital. For Sellers' London see Londonist.

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Peter Sellers

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Last Goon Show

The Camden Palace was home to the Goon Show through the 1950s.

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Peter Sellers

This was the first plaque erected by the Dead Comics Society. From BCS: "A mo...

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Spike's statue - Goons

This little group shows Secombe, Milligan and Sellers, holding "Goons" script...

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The Goon Show

{Caricatures of the four comedians, followed by:} The Goon Show, 1951-1960, f...

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Other Subjects

Directors Guild of Great Britain

Directors Guild of Great Britain

A professional organisation representing directors across all aspects of the media. It was founded by a group of leading British directors who were dissatisfied with their representation by the tec...

Group, Cinema, TV & Radio

1 memorial
Donald Pleasence

Donald Pleasence

Actor. Born at 62 Potter Street, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. In an extensive career on stage, television and cinema (he appeared in over 200 films), he specialised in villainous parts such as Blofeld...

Person, Cinema, Theatre, TV & Radio, France

1 memorial
Paul Robeson

Paul Robeson

Singer, actor (also athlete and civil rights activist). Born Princeton, New Jersey to a former slave, who educated himself to become a theologian and who had great expectations of his son, expectat...

Person, Cinema, Music / songs, Race Issues, Seriously Famous, Theatre, USA

1 memorial
Sir Noel Coward

Sir Noel Coward

Actor, playwright, composer, film director, author, singer. Born Helmsdale, 5 Waldegrave Road, Teddington. Died at home in Jamaica, where he was buried. Obsessed with the theatre, he was a child a...

Person, Cinema, Gender Issues, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, Theatre, Jamaica

4 memorials
Vitagraph

Vitagraph

International film company.  Formed in Brocklyn by J. Stuart Blackton and Albert E. Smith.  Bought by Warner Bros in 1925.

Group, Cinema, USA

1 memorial