Frankie Howerd

Frankie Howerd

Francis Alick "Frankie" Howerd OBE (6 March 1917, York – 19 April 1992) was an English comedian and comic actor whose career, described by fellow comedian Barry Cryer as "a series of comebacks", spanned six decades.

Read more about Frankie Howerd:  Early Career, Career Revival, Later Career, Personal Life, Death, Legacy, Selected Bibliography

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Frankie Howerd - Selected Bibliography
... On the Way I Lost It by Frankie Howerd (1976) ... The Complete Frankie Howerd by Robert Ross (2001) ... Frankie Howerd Stand-Up Comic by Graham McCann (2004) ...
Miles Tredinnick - Theatre and Television - Frankie Howerd
... From 1985 to 1992 Tredinnick wrote regular stage and television scripts for Frankie Howerd including co-writing the hour long special, Superfrank! for Channel 4 ... version of Up Pompeii! although a proposed tour was put on the shelf when Howerd was offered a chance by Larry Gelbart to reprise his role as ...
Carry On Films - Filmography
... £214,000 The first of two Carry On films to star Frankie Howerd and one which Rogers intended to be the last ... It was the second and final film to star Frankie Howerd, whose part was originally written for Kenneth Williams ... Frankie Howerd was asked to star but died two days before the start of filming ...
Sunny Rogers
... English entertainer best known for her work with comedian Frankie Howerd ... With her deadpan comedy expression, she became the long-suffering sidekick of Frankie Howerd, a role she played for over 35 years ... After Frankie Howerd died in 1992, Sunny retired to Brighton, Sussex, where she continued to help show business charities ...
The Catherine Tate Show Characters - Minor Characters - Frankie Howerd Impressionist
... who, when she comes to a critical point in the scene she is acting, produces a Frankie Howerd impression ... impression, even though she actually says words and moved physically to sound and look like Frankie Howerd ... to what she is doing, although she does acknowledge that she employs some Howerd characteristics in her acting ...

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