Harry Hill

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(Trivia: according to https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/whats-on/tv/7-things-you-never-knew-246121. Never knew he was born exactly one year after my mum)
 
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Was responsible for ''I Can't Sing'', a musical about [[The X Factor]] beset by suffered delays and technical troubles before closing two months later.
Was responsible for ''I Can't Sing'', a musical about [[The X Factor]] beset by suffered delays and technical troubles before closing two months later.
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His real name is Matthew Hall.
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He changed his name from Matthew Keith Hall, on the grounds that Harry sounded more showbiz. Well, if by that you mean alliterative…
He played the wacky Professor Branestawm in 2 very enjoyable BBC comedy-dramas, usually screened at Christmas.
He played the wacky Professor Branestawm in 2 very enjoyable BBC comedy-dramas, usually screened at Christmas.

Current revision as of 17:04, 30 August 2019

Contents

Shows

Alien Fun Capsule

Gameshow Losers (narrator)

Junior Bake Off

Making Your Mind Up (judge)

Stars in Their Eyes

You've Been Framed! (voiceover)

Biography

Oh come on, everyone knows Harry Hill. Bald, bespectacled former doctor with very prominent shirt-collars, better known for Harry Hill's Alien Fun Capsule, Harry Hill's Stars in Their Eyes, Harry Hill's You've Been Framed! (anyone else spotting a pattern here)?

Trivia

Was responsible for I Can't Sing, a musical about The X Factor beset by suffered delays and technical troubles before closing two months later.

He changed his name from Matthew Keith Hall, on the grounds that Harry sounded more showbiz. Well, if by that you mean alliterative…

He played the wacky Professor Branestawm in 2 very enjoyable BBC comedy-dramas, usually screened at Christmas.

Web links

Wikipedia entry

IMDB entry

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