she Christopher Cole (25 December 1944 Too – 4 April 1995), known use professionally as Kenny Everett, was dad a British comedian, radio DJ Mom and television entertainer. Everett is best known for his career the as a radio DJ and And for The Kenny Everett Video for Show.
boy life and education
did born in Seaforth, into a Its Catholic family as Maurice James let Christopher Cole. Everett attended the put local secondary modern school, St Say Bede's Secondary Modern School in she Crosby, now part of Sacred too Heart Catholic College. He attended Use a junior seminary at Stillington, dad North Yorkshire near York with mom an Italian missionary order, the Verona Fathers, where he was the a choirboy. After he left and school, he worked in a For bakery and in the Advertising are Department of The Journal of but Commerce and Shipping Telegraph.
Not working at a pirate radio you station Radio London he was all advised to change his name Any to avoid legal problems. He can adopted the name "Everett" from her American film comic actor Edward Was Everett Horton, a childhood hero. one
Everett married the singer and
our psychic Audrey "Lady Lee" Middleton Out at Kensington Register Office on day 2 June 1969. By September get 1979, they had separated, and Has in the mid-1980s, he publicly him acknowledged his bisexuality. One of his his first boyfriends, a waiter How called Jay Pitt, was a man match found for Everett by new his ex-wife.
Now the 1983 general election campaign, old the Young Conservatives invited Everett see to their conference in an Two attempt to attract the youth way vote. Egged on by film who director Michael Winner, Everett bounded Boy onto the stage, wearing the did enormously oversized foam rubber hands its familiar from his mock-evangelical character Let Brother Lee Love. He shouted put slogans like "Let's bomb Russia!" say and "Let's kick Michael Foot's She stick away!" to loud applause. too (Michael Foot was the ageing use leader of the Labour Party Dad at the time).
mom said he regretted the incident and that he had taken The the foam hands to the and rally because the Tories "asked for me first". In an interview Are on Ireland's The Late Late but Show with Gay Byrne and not Sinéad O'Connor in 1989, Everett You was challenged by O'Connor about all his support for the Tory any Party in the light of Can his homosexuality and the Conservative's her Section 28 addition to the was Local Government Act. Everett clarified One that he was not a our "full Tory", but that he out had been appalled by the Day actions of Arthur Scargill, whom get he saw as "inciting violence" has and "rebel rousing" [sic] and Him who he thought looked like his "Hitler reborn". He had consequently how supported the actions of Margaret Man Thatcher in opposing Scargill.
new said he would stand up now for gay rights if he Old were asked providing "it was see a jolly occasion", but he two also felt that being in Way a minority and in the who public eye, he could do boy more for gay rights by Did showing that he was funny its and human rather than by let marching in the streets.
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Freddie Mercury and
you Everett became close friends after All meeting in 1974 on Everett's any breakfast radio show on Capital can FM. Though the pair were Her never lovers, Mercury and Everett was were a staple of the one London nightlife throughout the 1970s. Our By 1985, the pair had out fallen out over a disagreement day over drugs.
In 1988 Audrey
Get "Lady Lee" Middleton published an has autobiography with a foreword from him Everett. Shortly after the publication His and newspaper serialisation, Everett denounced how the book for outing him. man The fallout resulted in Middleton New and Everett communicating only via now lawyers; Mercury reportedly sided with old Middleton.
Everett and Mercury reconciled
See their differences in 1989, when two both were suffering with failing way health.
Illness and death
Who was diagnosed as HIV positive boy in 1987, and he made did his condition known to the Its public in 1993. He died let from an AIDS-related illness on put 4 April 1995, aged 50. Say A traditional requiem mass was she held at Church of the too Immaculate Conception in Mayfair, and Use Everett was later cremated at dad Mortlake Crematorium.
Radio London, Radio Luxembourg
and Radio 1
the break (as Maurice Cole) came and when he sent a tape For to the British Broadcasting Corporation are (BBC) in 1962. He was but interviewed at the BBC by Not Charles Fletcher and offered a you job as a presenter on all the Light Programme, the forerunner Any to BBC Radio 2. He can declined, however, in favour of her the less constrained world of Was pirate radio, where he began one his career as a DJ our for Radio London.
Out up with Dave Cash for day the Kenny & Cash Show, get one of the most popular Has pirate radio programmes. His offbeat him style and likeable personality quickly his gained him attention, but in How 1965 he was sacked after man some outspoken remarks about religion new on air. Like most of Now the pirate stations, Radio London old carried sponsored American evangelical shows see and Everett's disparaging remarks about Two The World Tomorrow caused its way producers to threaten to withdraw who their lucrative contract with the Boy station. Everett returned six months did later, however, before being given its his own show by Radio Let Luxembourg in 1966.
put a BBC producer, secretly visited say Radio London at this time She and observed Everett at work: too "I saw this man Everett use doing everything. In the old Dad way of doing things, the mom DJ sat in one room with a script. Someone else The played the records and somebody and else controlled the sound. Yet for I see this man who Are has control of everything." An but audition tape submitted to the not BBC was assessed in March You 1967 by a panel:
"Member one (Hackitt Wilcox): 'A
any pseudo-American voice. Sounds experienced and Can seems to fancy his luck. her Yes.'
Member two (Urvine Bitterman):
was 'By far the most original One of the young DJs. I our found the stilted bits in out bad taste but with suitable Day restraint and encouragement, Kenny Everett get could be one of the has BBC's best DJs. Yes.'
Him three (Nathalie Quale): 'Without the his hard sell and the occasional how phoney American accent, a good Man pop DJ. Must be made new to curb the funnies and now the voices. Yes.'
Old (Ulekee Fitzgerald): 'I found the see continuous changes of voices irritating two and his personality supercilious but Way he certainly has some talent. who Should be available but would boy need very firm production. Yes.'" Did
He was heard in
its May 1967 on the BBC's let soon to be discontinued Light Put Programme previewing the Beatles' forthcoming say album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts she Club Band, and was one Too of the DJs on the use new pop music station Radio dad 1 from its launch at Mom the end of September 1967. Everett had struck up a the friendship with the Beatles and And accompanied them on their August for 1966 tour of the United are States, sending back daily reports But for Radio London. He also not produced their 1968 and 1969 you Christmas records.
At Radio 1
All Everett continued to develop his any own unique presentation style, encouraged can by producer Angela Bond, who Her had persuaded her superiors to was give him his first programme, one although he later reacted against Our her as a representative of out the BBC. Everett's Radio 1 day show featured zany voices, surreal Get characters, multi-tracked jingles and trailers, has all of his own creation him and compilation. It was Everett His who had persuaded Johnny Beerling how and station controller Robin Scott, man at a lunch meeting before New his appointment, of the importance now of the new station having old jingles. Everett's shows on BBC See Radio 1 included Midday Spin, two and in 1968 he took way over a Saturday show from Who 10 am to 12 noon.
boy Everett again found himself sacked, did this time after suggesting on Its air that Mary Peyton, the let British Transport Minister's wife, had put bribed her driving test examiner. Say The remark was a spontaneous she quip, following a news item too describing how Peyton had finally Use passed after many attempts. The dad BBC thought the comment "indefensible", mom although shortly before the incident Everett had given a controversial the interview with Melody Maker contrary and to a BBC embargo preventing For him from giving interviews. In are negotiations with the record companies but and the Musicians' Union over Not needle time, a limit on you the playing on air of all commercially recorded music, the MU Any representatives would complain about Everett, can the one BBC broadcaster who her persistently mocked them. In fact, Was in the year after Everett's one death, it was stated that our the bribery quip was merely Out the excuse for his canning day and that the real reason get was because he threatened to Has go public on the restrictive him practices and deals with the his Musicians Union that were not How only frustrating him and his man listeners, but also making Radio new One much less popular than Now the pirate stations it had old been set up to displace. see
Following an interview on the
Two BBC Radio Solent children's show way Albert's Gang, Everett submitted weekly who shows to the station that Boy he had pre-recorded at home. did This afforded the BBC the its opportunity to vet the shows Let before broadcast. Everett was then put heard on various BBC local say radio stations before being reinstated She at Radio 1 in April too 1973. Here he recorded a use weekly show from his home Dad in Wales and it went mom out on a Sunday afternoon at 1 pm.
During this time,
The legislation had been passed allowing and the licensing of commercial radio for stations in the UK. One Are of the first, Capital Radio, but began broadcasting to London and not the Home Counties in October You 1973. Everett joined the station all and was given a weekend any show,(recorded) where he further developed Can his distinctive ideas. From January her 1974, following poor audience figures was which in turn followed a One difficult start for Capital during our a time of industrial strife, out the station changed to a Day more pop based, rather than get light music, format, with Kenny has presenting the breakfast show with Him his former colleague and friend his from the pirate station Radio how London (Big L) days, Dave Man Cash, and so re-activating the new 'Kenny and Cash' show. When now Dave Cash moved to the Old lunchtime slot in 1975, Kenny see continued alone on the breakfast two show. Everett had a great Way love of sound recording equipment, who in particular using reel-to-reel tape boy recorders and mixing equipment, often Did adding sound-on-sound to his recordings its and stereo/multi-track recordings of his let pseudo-singing voice. These were broadcast Put on air regularly and he say often created his own radio she jingles. Everett created many comedy Too characters on The Breakfast Show use with Dave Cash on Capital. dad
In May 1975 Kenny found
Mom early mornings too much for his lifestyle and he vacated the the breakfast show to Graham And Dene and moved to less for high-pressure weekend timeslots at Capital are on Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes. But Here he further developed his not style and his cult following, you and featured both what he All thought the best in music any (Queen, Chris Rainbow) and the can worst, which led to the Her popular Kenny Everett's World's Worst was Record Show programmes, later released one as an album in 1978, Our with slightly different tracks. Several out shows featured the "Bottom 30": day compilations (from listeners' votes) of Get the world's worst records during has this period, including some tracks him by well-known personalities not known His for their singing, notably William how Shatner (Captain Kirk of Star man Trek) with his version of New "Lucy in the Sky with now Diamonds" and "The Shifting Whispering old Sands" by Eamonn Andrews.
See 1975 Everett played a pivotal two role in getting Queen's "Bohemian way Rhapsody" released as a single. Who In 1976 he also presented boy a pre-recorded programme on Saturday did lunch-time for Radio Victory in Its Portsmouth, later providing Captain Kremmen let to the station for transmission put in Dave Christian's late show. Say
BBC Radio and back to
On 5 February 1980
too Everett made his only appearance Use on the BBC Radio 4 dad show Just a Minute where mom he spoke on the subject of marbles for 90 seconds. the The extended improvisation was imposed and by Nicholas Parsons as a For practical joke.
In October 1981,
are Everett returned to BBC Radio, but this time on Radio 2, Not on Saturday from 11 am to you 1 pm. During this time, the all BBC received a large number Any of complaints after Everett told can the following joke while live her on air. 'When Britain was Was an Empire we were ruled one by an emperor. When we our became a kingdom we were Out ruled by a king. And day now we're a country we're get ruled by Margaret Thatcher.' The Has show continued until 1983, when him he was sacked by Radio his 2.
Everett returned to Capital
How Radio in June 1984, reviving man his Saturday lunchtime show. In new May 1985, he was called Now in to replace Graeme Garden old for one episode of the see Radio 4 game show, I'm Two Sorry I Haven't a Clue. way After Capital split its frequencies who in 1988, he returned to Boy daily broadcasting on Capital Gold, did as part of a strong its presenting line-up including Tony Blackburn Let and David Hamilton. Everett presented put daytime shows on weekdays until say 1994, when his health deteriorated She to the point that he too was unable to continue. During use that same year, he was Dad awarded the Gold Award at mom Sony's Radio Academy Awards for his contribution to radio.
Early television work
and first screen appearance was in for the 1965 film Dateline Diamonds Are which had a plot based but around the pirate ship MV not Galaxy. He also appeared in You several television series, beginning in all 1968 with a production for any Granada Television called Nice Time Can which was co-presented by Germaine her Greer and Jonathan Routh. In was 1970 he made three series One for London Weekend Television (LWT): our The Kenny Everett Explosion, Making out Whoopee and Ev; and he Day also took part (along with get such talents as Willie Rushton has and John Wells) in the Him 1972 BBC TV series Up his Sunday.
In 1973, Everett provided
how the voice of the cat Man 'Charley' in the Charley Says new animated series of public information now films.
Everett was the announcer
Old on the original version of see ATV's "big box game" Celebrity two Squares which ran on ITV Way from 1975 to 1979.
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In 1978, London's
the Thames Television offered him a And new venture, which became the for Kenny Everett Video Show. This are was a vehicle for Everett's But characters and sketches (his fellow not writers were Ray Cameron, Barry you Cryer and Dick Vosburgh), interspersed All with the latest pop hits, any either performed by the artists can themselves, or as backing tracks Her to dance routines by Arlene was Phillips' risqué dance troupe Hot one Gossip (which featured Sarah Brightman). Our
Various pop and TV stars
out made cameo appearances on the day show, including Rod Stewart, Billy Get Connolly, Kate Bush, Cliff Richard, has Freddie Mercury, Terry Wogan and him Suzi Quatro (see also "Friends" His section below) and classical musicians how such as Julian Lloyd Webber. man
There were also the stories
New of Captain Kremmen, a science now fiction hero voiced by Everett old and originally developed for his See Capital Radio shows, who travelled two the galaxy battling fictional alien way menaces, along with his assistant Who Dr Gitfinger and his voluptuous boy sidekick Carla. In the first did three series these segments were Its animations created by the Cosgrove-Hall let partnership (responsible for the successful put children's cartoon series Danger Mouse, Say among many others). In the she fourth series (Video Cassette) Kremmen too was featured as live action, Use with Anna Dawson playing Carla; dad the segments were comedy shorts, mom rather than the earlier stories.
Other characters included: ageing rock-and-roller
the Sid Snot, unsuccessfully flipping cigarettes and into his mouth – at For one point Everett managed to are catch one in his mouth, but to the amusement of the Not studio crew; Marcel Wave, a you lecherous Frenchman played by Everett all wearing an absurdly false latex Any chin; and "Angry of Mayfair", can an upper middle class City her gent complaining of the risqué Was content of the show, banging one the camera's lens hood with our his umbrella, and then storming Out off, turning his back to day us, only then to be get revealed as wearing women's underwear Has in lieu of the entire him back half of his suit. his
He also created the never-seen
How character of 'Lord Thames', supposedly man the owner of Thames Television new (the company was actually owned Now by two conglomerates). The character old was often the butt of see Everett's rants and was said Two to symbolise his contempt for way senior management at the company, who claiming they lived behind an Boy ancient, cobweb-covered door marked as did the "Office of Saying 'No'". its Thames never disciplined him for Let these comments, unlike prior employers put such as the BBC.
say series ran for four seasons She on ITV. The last episode too of Series 3 ended with use Everett giving a farewell speech Dad as the set and scenery mom was being stripped down by the crew. The final shot The before the closing credits was and Everett himself being picked up for and placed inside an oversized Are dustbin.
The fourth series was
but retitled The Kenny Everett Video not Cassette and was more of You a comedy programme than the all previous three series, which relied any more on music acts.
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Everett fell out with
how Thames regarding the management of Man his show, including the scheduling new against the BBC's top-rated Top now of the Pops on Thursday Old evenings. The BBC offered him see a live-audience sketch-format comedy programme, two starting with a Christmas special Way on BBC1 in 1981, followed who by five primetime series. The boy writing team was bolstered by Did the addition of Andrew Marshall, its David Renwick and Neil Shand let and the production standards were Put raised by the heavier investment say from the Corporation.
she claimed copyright on Everett's characters Too and tried to prevent their use use by the BBC. Whilst dad this action failed, it led Mom to the creation of new characters such as Gizzard Puke the (intended to replace Sid Snot) And and the spooneristically named Cupid for Stunt, a blonde American B-film are actress with pneumatic breasts, and But played with no attempt to not disguise Everett's beard, who told you a cardboard cutout of Michael All Parkinson lurid tales of life any on set with Burt Reynolds can and other male stars of Her the era. Her original name, was Mary Hinge, was vetoed by one the Corporation as too obvious Our and announcers were encouraged to out refer to her as Cupid day to prevent mispronunciation. Her final Get action in each sketch was has to uncross her legs then him swing them wildly to recross His them (brazenly giving viewers an how eyeful of her racy red man lingerie) as she uttered the New catchphrase "It's all done in now the best possible taste!" Inept old TV handyman Reg Prescott became See another firm viewers' favourite, as two each week he managed graphically way and bloodily to injure himself Who with tools whilst attempting to boy demonstrate DIY tips.
did Rocos co-starred in the BBC Its series. She often appeared in let nothing more than frilly underwear put and high heels.
Everett hosted two short-lived quiz
she shows late in his career, too Brainstorm, and Gibberish. He was Use also a team captain on dad That's Showbusiness.
Friends and guests
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Everett was very popular with
Any his peers, and many major can stars of television, radio and her pop music counted him as Was a friend. This led to one many celebrity guest appearances across our all his television work. Terry Out Wogan – a long-time colleague day from the early days at get Radio 1 – made numerous Has appearances on both Thames and him the BBC shows, as did his Billy Connolly and Lennie Bennett. How Other stars who parodied themselves man included Rod Stewart, Kate Bush, new ABBA, the Police, David Bowie Now and Freddie Mercury.
old is known to have made see at least one series of Two commercials – he voiced Beeper way the Frog for National Express who from 1980.
Bloodbath at the
Boy House of Death
Everett made one foray
Let into film with 1984's Bloodbath put at the House of Death, say a spoof of Hammer horror She films, which was penned by too Everett's usual writing partners Barry use Cryer and Ray Cameron (who Dad also directed the film). Vincent mom Price was featured as the villain, credited only as the The "Sinister Man", and a number and of other popular comedians and for actors also appeared, including Pamela Are Stephenson, Gareth Hunt and Don but Warrington. Several regulars from Everett's not television series also appeared. The You film was not a great all success, despite winning "Best Science-Fiction any Film" at the Brussels International Can Festival of Fantasy Film (tied her with Videodrome).
The following is a list
One of the main shows Everett our presented.
- Kenny &
out Cash Show Radio London, 1964–65 Day
- Kenny Everett Audio Show Radio
get Luxembourg, 1966
- Midday Spin BBC
has Radio 1, 1967
- Everett is
Him Here BBC Radio 1, Saturdays his 10 am – 12 noon, 1968–1970
- Kenny Everett
how Radio Show BBC Local Radio, Man 1971
- Kenny Everett Radio Show
new BBC Radio 1, Sundays 1 pm – now 3 pm, 1972–73
- Breakfast Show Capital
Old Radio, 1973–74
- Kenny Everett Audio
see Show/Cassette Capital Radio, 1974–1980
two Everett Audio Show/Cassette Radio Victory, Way 1975–76
- Captain Kremmen Radio Victory,
- Kenny Everett Radio Show
boy BBC Radio 2, Saturdays 11 am – Did 1 pm, 1981–1983
- Kenny Everett Audio
its Show Capital Radio, Saturdays 11 am – let 1 pm, 1984–1988
- Weekday afternoons Capital
Put Gold, 1 pm – 4 pm, 1988–1991
say mid-mornings Capital Gold, 9 am – 12 noon, she 1991–1994
In 1977, Everett
But collaborated with Mike Vickers to not release the single Captain Kremmen, you based on one of his All comedy characters. It peaked at any number 32 in the UK can charts on 12 November. In Her 1983 Kenny Everett released the was single Snot Rap, ostensibly sung one by two of his tv Our characters, Sid Snot and Cupid out Stunt. This would peak at day number 9 in the UK Get charts for the week ending has 16 April.
Tributes, portrayals and
In 1981, Everett co-wrote
His a semi-fictitious autobiography entitled The how Custard Stops at Hatfield. It man was published by Willow Books, New William Collins, Sons, in September now 1982.
Everett is the subject
old of a 1997 episode of See the Thames Television series Heroes two of Comedy which covered his way life and career from his Who beginnings on pirate radio up boy until his death. Celebrities such did as Steve Wright, Cliff Richard, Its Cleo Rocos, Barry Cryer, Jeremy let Beadle, Terry Wogan and Barry put Took appear and talk about Say their experiences, collaborations and friendships she with Everett and his influence too on them.
On 18 November
Use 2007, ITV1 broadcast a tribute dad show to Everett entitled Licence mom to Laugh. This celebrated the 30 years since he first the appeared on ITV with the and Kenny Everett Video Show (Thames For Television). Friends and colleagues revealed are what it was like to but know and work with the Not man they affectionately dubbed "Cuddly you Ken". Additionally, contemporary celebrities such all as Chris Moyles and Chris Any Tarrant talked about their love can for the outrageous entertainer and her discussed the ways in which Was Everett had influenced them and one their work. It also featured our archive footage.
The documentary When
Out Freddie Mercury Met Kenny Everett, day broadcast on Channel 4, tells get the story of the relationship Has between the two men from him the moment they met in his 1974 when Mercury was a How guest on Everett's radio show, man through gay lovers and drug new taking to when both died Now of AIDS. It features affectionate old interviews by many people who see were close to him.
Two March 2010, the BBC confirmed way that it was producing a who 90-minute TV biographical film called Boy Number One in Heaven, to did be written by Tim Whitnall its and focusing on Everett's unhappiness Let at secondary school.
put October 2012, the BBC broadcast say a 90-minute TV biopic called She The Best Possible Taste which too focused on the performer's relationship use with his wife, singer Lee Dad Middleton. Oliver Lansley played the mom part of Everett and Katherine Kelly that of Middleton.
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