Jul. 7th, 1941
Rochdale, Lancashire, England, UK
5' 3 1/2"
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- Son-in-law of 'Sally Barnes (I)' (qv).
- Went to the United States with the Footlights stage show "Cambridge Circus" in 1964, and appeared on the "Ed Sullivan Show".
- He was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2003 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to wildlife conservation.
- Studied English at Pembroke College, at Cambridge University.
- Co-wrote several episodes of _"Doctor in the House" (1969)_ (qv) and its sequels with 'Graeme Garden' (qv)
- Was a member of the prestigious Cambridge University Footlights Club, where his musical genius was given free reign.
- His second wife 'Laura Beaumont' (qv) is a co-writer of books with him.
- Plays the Oboe
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