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Roy HuddRoy Hudd
Behold the national treasure that is: Roy Hudd.

A famous face in showbiz for thirty five years, Roy Hudd is natural comedy entertainer, a talented actor, playwright, sketch-writer, and performer.

He broke into TV appearing on Not So Much A Programme, More A Way of Life, but found wider fame with 1969ís The Roy Hudd Show.

Since 1975 The News Huddlines has had an amazing run on Radio 2, and is something of an institution. Although it's currently off-air, it will be back next year.

Roy's work as a dramatic actor in television has also won him praise. Dennis Potter's Lipstick on your Collar proved a huge success. This led to his most endearing dramatic role, again written for him by Potter, that of Spoonerism-afflicted Ben Baglin in Karaoke.

Roy was recently seen as Archie Shuttleworth in Coronation Street.



Links
The News Huddlines on Radio 2

  2002 Coronation Street (TV)
  1996 Karaoke (TV)
  1993 Lipstick On Your Collar (TV)
  1975 The News Huddlines (Radio)

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