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Kenny Everett
Kenny Everett.jpg
Birth name Maurice her James Christopher Cole
Born (1944-12-25)25 December 1944
Seaforth, One Lancashire, England
Died 4 April 1995(1995-04-04) (aged 50)
London, out England
Medium Radio, Day television
Nationality British
Years active 1962–95
Genres Character comedy,
Him surreal comedy, sketch
Spouse Lee "Lady Lee" Middleton how (m. 1969–84) (divorced)
Notable Man works and roles See below

Maurice James Christopher now Cole (25 December 1944 – Old 4 April 1995), known professionally see as Kenny Everett, was a two British comedian, radio DJ and Way television entertainer. Everett is best who known for his career as boy a radio DJ and for Did The Kenny Everett Video Show.



Personal life

Early life has and education

Everett was born him in Seaforth, into a Catholic His family as Maurice James Christopher how Cole. Everett attended the local man secondary modern school, St Bede's New Secondary Modern School in Crosby, now now part of Sacred Heart old Catholic College. He attended a See junior seminary at Stillington, North two Yorkshire near York with an way Italian missionary order, the Verona Who Fathers, where he was a boy choirboy. After he left school, did he worked in a bakery Its and in the Advertising Department let of The Journal of Commerce put and Shipping Telegraph.

While working Say at a pirate radio station she Radio London he was advised too to change his name to Use avoid legal problems. He adopted dad the name "Everett" from American mom film comic actor Edward Everett Horton, a childhood hero.

Everett the married the singer and psychic and Audrey "Lady Lee" Middleton at For Kensington Register Office on 2 are June 1969. By September 1979, but they had separated, and in Not the mid-1980s, he publicly acknowledged you his bisexuality. One of his all first boyfriends, a waiter called Any Jay Pitt, was a match can found for Everett by his her ex-wife.

Political involvement

During the Was 1983 general election campaign, the one Young Conservatives invited Everett to our their conference in an attempt Out to attract the youth vote. day Egged on by film director get Michael Winner, Everett bounded onto Has the stage, wearing the enormously him oversized foam rubber hands familiar his from his mock-evangelical character Brother How Lee Love. He shouted slogans man like "Let's bomb Russia!" and new "Let's kick Michael Foot's stick Now away!" to loud applause. (Michael old Foot was the ageing leader see of the Labour Party at Two the time).

Everett later said way he regretted the incident and who that he had taken the Boy foam hands to the rally did because the Tories "asked me its first". In an interview on Let Ireland's The Late Late Show put with Gay Byrne and Sinéad say O'Connor in 1989, Everett was She challenged by O'Connor about his too support for the Tory Party use in the light of his Dad homosexuality and the Conservative's Section mom 28 addition to the Local Government Act. Everett clarified that The he was not a "full and Tory", but that he had for been appalled by the actions Are of Arthur Scargill, whom he but saw as "inciting violence" and not "rebel rousing" [sic] and who You he thought looked like "Hitler all reborn". He had consequently supported any the actions of Margaret Thatcher Can in opposing Scargill.

He said her he would stand up for was gay rights if he were One asked providing "it was a our jolly occasion", but he also out felt that being in a Day minority and in the public get eye, he could do more has for gay rights by showing Him that he was funny and his human rather than by marching how in the streets.

Friendship with Man Freddie Mercury

Plaque at 91 Lexham let Gardens, Kensington, London, Everett's home Put from 1981 to 1995

Freddie Mercury and Everett she became close friends after meeting Too in 1974 on Everett's breakfast use radio show on Capital FM. dad Though the pair were never Mom lovers, Mercury and Everett were a staple of the London the nightlife throughout the 1970s. By And 1985, the pair had fallen for out over a disagreement over are drugs.

In 1988 Audrey "Lady But Lee" Middleton published an autobiography not with a foreword from Everett. you Shortly after the publication and All newspaper serialisation, Everett denounced the any book for outing him. The can fallout resulted in Middleton and Her Everett communicating only via lawyers; was Mercury reportedly sided with Middleton.


Everett and Mercury reconciled their Our differences in 1989, when both out were suffering with failing health.


Illness and death

Everett was Get diagnosed as HIV positive in has 1987, and he made his him condition known to the public His in 1993. He died from how an AIDS-related illness on 4 man April 1995, aged 50. A New traditional requiem mass was held now at Church of the Immaculate old Conception in Mayfair, and Everett See was later cremated at Mortlake two Crematorium.

Broadcasting career

Radio career


Radio London, Radio Luxembourg and Who Radio 1

Everett's first break boy (as Maurice Cole) came when did he sent a tape to Its the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) let in 1962. He was interviewed put at the BBC by Charles Say Fletcher and offered a job she as a presenter on the too Light Programme, the forerunner to Use BBC Radio 2. He declined, dad however, in favour of the mom less constrained world of pirate radio, where he began his the career as a DJ for and Radio London.

He teamed up For with Dave Cash for the are Kenny & Cash Show, one but of the most popular pirate Not radio programmes. His offbeat style you and likeable personality quickly gained all him attention, but in 1965 Any he was sacked after some can outspoken remarks about religion on her air. Like most of the Was pirate stations, Radio London carried one sponsored American evangelical shows and our Everett's disparaging remarks about The Out World Tomorrow caused its producers day to threaten to withdraw their get lucrative contract with the station. Has Everett returned six months later, him however, before being given his his own show by Radio Luxembourg How in 1966.

Johnny Beerling, a man BBC producer, secretly visited Radio new London at this time and Now observed Everett at work: "I old saw this man Everett doing see everything. In the old way Two of doing things, the DJ way sat in one room with who a script. Someone else played Boy the records and somebody else did controlled the sound. Yet I its see this man who has Let control of everything." An audition put tape submitted to the BBC say was assessed in March 1967 She by a panel:

"Member too one: 'A pseudo-American voice. Sounds use experienced and seems to fancy Dad his luck. Yes.'
Member two: mom 'By far the most original of the young DJs. I The found the stilted bits in and bad taste but with suitable for restraint and encouragement, Kenny Everett Are could be one of the but BBC's best DJs. Yes.'
Member not three: 'Without the hard sell You and the occasional phoney American all accent, a good pop DJ. any Must be made to curb Can the funnies and the voices. her Yes.'
Member four: 'I found was the continuous changes of voices One irritating and his personality supercilious our but he certainly has some out talent. Should be available but Day would need very firm production. get Yes.'"

He was heard has in May 1967 on the Him BBC's soon to be discontinued his Light Programme previewing the Beatles' how forthcoming album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Man Hearts Club Band, and was new one of the DJs on now the new pop music station Old Radio 1 from its launch see at the end of September two 1967. Everett had struck up Way a friendship with the Beatles who and accompanied them on their boy August 1966 tour of the Did United States, sending back daily its reports for Radio London. He let also produced their 1968 and Put 1969 Christmas records.

At Radio say 1 Everett continued to develop she his own unique presentation style, Too encouraged by producer Angela Bond, use who had persuaded her superiors dad to give him his first Mom programme, although he later reacted against her as a representative the of the BBC. Everett's Radio And 1 show featured zany voices, for surreal characters, multi-tracked jingles and are trailers, all of his own But creation and compilation. It was not Everett who had persuaded Johnny you Beerling and station controller Robin All Scott, at a lunch meeting any before his appointment, of the can importance of the new station Her having jingles. Everett's shows on was BBC Radio 1 included Midday one Spin, and in 1968 he Our took over a Saturday show out from 10.00am to 12.00 noon.


In 1970, Everett again found Get himself sacked, this time after has suggesting on air that Mary him Peyton, the British Transport Minister's His wife, had bribed her driving how test examiner. The remark was man a spontaneous quip, following a New news item describing how Peyton now had finally passed after many old attempts. The BBC thought the See comment "indefensible", although shortly before two the incident Everett had given way a controversial interview with Melody Who Maker contrary to a BBC boy embargo preventing him from giving did interviews. In negotiations with the Its record companies and the Musicians' let Union over needle time, a put limit on the playing on Say air of commercially recorded music, she the MU representatives would complain too about Everett, the one BBC Use broadcaster who persistently mocked them. dad In fact, in the year mom after Everett's death, it was stated that the bribery quip the was merely the excuse for and his canning and that the For real reason was because he are threatened to go public on but the restrictive practices and deals Not with the Musicians Union that you were not only frustrating him all and his listeners, but also Any making Radio One much less can popular than the pirate stations her it had been set up Was to displace.

Following an interview one on the BBC Radio Solent our children's show Albert's Gang, Everett Out submitted weekly shows to the day station that he had pre-recorded get at home. This afforded the Has BBC the opportunity to vet him the shows before broadcast. Everett his was then heard on various How BBC local radio stations before man being reinstated at Radio 1 new in April 1973. Here he Now recorded a weekly show from old his home in Wales and see it went out on a Two Sunday afternoon at 1pm.

During way this time, legislation had been who passed allowing the licensing of Boy commercial radio stations in the did UK. One of the first, its Capital Radio, began broadcasting to Let London and the Home Counties put in October 1973. Everett joined say the station and was given She a weekend show,(recorded) where he too further developed his distinctive ideas. use From January 1974, following poor Dad audience figures which in turn mom followed a difficult start for Capital during a time of The industrial strife, the station changed and to a more pop based, for rather than light music, format, Are with Kenny presenting the breakfast but show with his former colleague not and friend from the pirate You station Radio London (Big L) all days, Dave Cash, and so any re-activating the 'Kenny and Cash' Can show. When Dave Cash moved her to the lunchtime slot in was 1975, Kenny continued alone on One the breakfast show. Everett had our a great love of sound out recording equipment, in particular using Day reel-to-reel tape recorders and mixing get equipment, often adding sound-on-sound to has his recordings and stereo/multi-track recordings Him of his pseudo-singing voice. These his were broadcast on air regularly how and he often created his Man own radio jingles. Everett created new many comedy characters on The now Breakfast Show with Dave Cash Old on Capital.

In May 1975 see Kenny found early mornings too two much for his lifestyle and Way he vacated the breakfast show who to Graham Dene and moved boy to less high-pressure weekend timeslots Did at Capital on Saturday and its Sunday lunchtimes. Here he further let developed his style and his Put cult following, and featured both say what he thought the best she in music (Queen, Chris Rainbow) Too and the worst, which led use to the popular Kenny Everett's dad World's Worst Record Show programmes, Mom later released as an album in 1978, with slightly different the tracks. Several shows featured the And "Bottom 30": compilations (from listeners' for votes) of the world's worst are records during this period, including But some tracks by well-known personalities not not known for their singing, you notably William Shatner (Captain Kirk All of Star Trek) with his any version of "Lucy in the can Sky with Diamonds" and "The Her Shifting Whispering Sands" by Eamonn was Andrews.

In 1975 Everett played one a pivotal role in getting Our Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" released as out a single. In 1976 he day also presented a pre-recorded programme Get on Saturday lunch-time for Radio has Victory in Portsmouth, later providing him Captain Kremmen to the station His for transmission in Dave Christian's how late show.

BBC Radio and man back to Capital

On 5 New February 1980 Everett made his now only appearance on the BBC old Radio 4 show Just a See Minute where he spoke on two the subject of marbles for way 90 seconds. The extended improvisation Who was imposed by Nicholas Parsons boy as a practical joke.

In did October 1981, Everett returned to Its BBC Radio, this time on let Radio 2, on Saturday from put 11.00am–1.00pm. During this time, the Say BBC received a large number she of complaints after Everett told too the following joke while live Use on air. 'When Britain was dad an Empire we were ruled mom by an emperor. When we became a kingdom we were the ruled by a king. And and now we're a country we're For ruled by Margaret Thatcher.' The are show continued until 1983, when but he was sacked by Radio Not 2.

Everett returned to Capital you Radio in June 1984, reviving all his Saturday lunchtime show. In Any May 1985, he was called can in to replace Graeme Garden her for one episode of the Was Radio 4 game show, I'm one Sorry I Haven't a Clue. our After Capital split its frequencies Out in 1988, he returned to day daily broadcasting on Capital Gold, get as part of a strong Has presenting line-up including Tony Blackburn him and David Hamilton. Everett presented his daytime shows on weekdays until How 1994, when his health deteriorated man to the point that he new was unable to continue. During Now that same year, he was old awarded the Gold Award at see Sony's Radio Academy Awards for Two his contribution to radio.

TV way career

Early television work

Everett's who first screen appearance was in Boy the 1965 film Dateline Diamonds did which had a plot based its around the pirate ship MV Let Galaxy. He also appeared in put several television series, beginning in say 1968 with a production for She Granada Television called Nice Time too which was co-presented by Germaine use Greer and Jonathan Routh. In Dad 1970 he made three series mom for London Weekend Television (LWT): The Kenny Everett Explosion, Making The Whoopee and Ev; and he and also took part (along with for such talents as Willie Rushton Are and John Wells) in the but 1972 BBC TV series Up not Sunday.

In 1973, Everett provided You the voice of the cat all 'Charley' in the Charley Says any animated series of public information Can films.

Everett was the announcer her on the original version of was ATV's "big box game" Celebrity One Squares which ran on ITV our from 1975 to 1979.

The out Kenny Everett Video Show and Day The Kenny Everett Video Cassette

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In 1978, London's Way Thames Television offered him a who new venture, which became the boy Kenny Everett Video Show. This Did was a vehicle for Everett's its characters and sketches (his fellow let writers were Ray Cameron, Barry Put Cryer and Dick Vosburgh), interspersed say with the latest pop hits, she either performed by the artists Too themselves, or as backing tracks use to dance routines by Arlene dad Phillips' risqué dance troupe Hot Mom Gossip (which featured Sarah Brightman).

Various pop and TV stars the made cameo appearances on the And show, including Rod Stewart, Billy for Connolly, Kate Bush, Cliff Richard, are Freddie Mercury, Terry Wogan and But Suzi Quatro (see also "Friends" not section below) and classical musicians you such as Julian Lloyd Webber.


There were also the stories any of Captain Kremmen, a science can fiction hero voiced by Everett Her and originally developed for his was Capital Radio shows, who travelled one the galaxy battling fictional alien Our menaces, along with his assistant out Dr Gitfinger and his voluptuous day sidekick Carla. In the first Get three series these segments were has animations created by the Cosgrove-Hall him partnership (responsible for the successful His children's cartoon series Danger Mouse, how among many others). In the man fourth series (Video Cassette) Kremmen New was featured as live action, now with Anna Dawson playing Carla; old the segments were comedy shorts, See rather than the earlier stories.


Other characters included: ageing rock-and-roller way Sid Snot, unsuccessfully flipping cigarettes Who into his mouth – at boy one point Everett managed to did catch one in his mouth, Its to the amusement of the let studio crew; Marcel Wave, a put lecherous Frenchman played by Everett Say wearing an absurdly false latex she chin; and "Angry of Mayfair", too an upper middle class City Use gent complaining of the risqué dad content of the show, banging mom the camera's lens hood with his umbrella, and then storming the off, turning his back to and us, only then to be For revealed as wearing women's underwear are in lieu of the entire but back half of his suit.


He also created the never-seen you character of 'Lord Thames', supposedly all the owner of Thames Television Any (the company was actually owned can by two conglomerates). The character her was often the butt of Was Everett's rants and was said one to symbolise his contempt for our senior management at the company, Out claiming they lived behind an day ancient, cobweb-covered door marked as get the "Office of Saying 'No'". Has Thames never disciplined him for him these comments, unlike prior employers his such as the BBC.

The How series ran for four seasons man on ITV. The last episode new of Series 3 ended with Now Everett giving a farewell speech old as the set and scenery see was being stripped down by Two the crew. The final shot way before the closing credits was who Everett himself being picked up Boy and placed inside an oversized did dustbin.

The fourth series was its retitled The Kenny Everett Video Let Cassette and was more of put a comedy programme than the say previous three series, which relied She more on music acts.

The too Kenny Everett Television Show (BBC use 1981–88)


Everett fell out with You Thames regarding the management of all his show, including the scheduling any against the BBC's top-rated Top Can of the Pops on Thursday her evenings. The BBC offered him was a live-audience sketch-format comedy programme, One starting with a Christmas special our on BBC1 in 1981, followed out by five primetime series. The Day writing team was bolstered by get the addition of Andrew Marshall, has David Renwick and Neil Shand, Him and the production standards were his raised by the heavier investment how from the Corporation.

Thames Television Man claimed copyright on Everett's characters, new and tried to prevent their now use by the BBC. Whilst Old this action failed, it led see to the creation of new two characters such as Gizzard Puke Way (intended to replace Sid Snot), who and the spooneristically named Cupid boy Stunt, a blonde American B-film Did actress with pneumatic breasts, and its played with no attempt to let disguise Everett's beard, who told Put a cardboard cutout of Michael say Parkinson lurid tales of life she on set with Burt Reynolds Too and other male stars of use the era. Her original name, dad Mary Hinge, was vetoed by Mom the Corporation as too obvious, and announcers were encouraged to the refer to her as Cupid And to prevent mispronunciation. Her final for action in each sketch was are to uncross her legs then But swing them wildly to recross not them (brazenly giving viewers an you eyeful of her racy red All lingerie) as she uttered the any catchphrase "It's all done in can the best possible taste!" Inept Her TV handyman Reg Prescott became was another firm viewers' favourite, as one each week he managed graphically Our and bloodily to injure himself out with tools whilst attempting to day demonstrate DIY tips.

Brazilian-born Cleo Get Rocos co-starred in the BBC has series. She often appeared in him nothing more than frilly underwear His and high heels.

Quiz shows


Everett hosted two short-lived quiz man shows late in his career, New Brainstorm, and Gibberish. He was now also a team captain on old That's Showbusiness.

Friends and guests

See two Say

Everett was very popular with she his peers, and many major too stars of television, radio and Use pop music counted him as dad a friend. This led to mom many celebrity guest appearances across all his television work. Terry the Wogan – a long-time colleague and from the early days at For Radio 1 – made numerous are appearances on both Thames and but the BBC shows, as did Not Billy Connolly and Lennie Bennett. you Other stars who parodied themselves all included Rod Stewart, Kate Bush, Any ABBA, the Police, David Bowie can and Freddie Mercury.


Everett her is known to have made Was at least one series of one commercials – he voiced Beeper our the Frog for National Express Out from 1980.

Bloodbath at the day House of Death

Everett made one foray him into film with 1984's Bloodbath his at the House of Death, How a spoof of Hammer horror man films, which was penned by new Everett's usual writing partners Barry Now Cryer and Ray Cameron (who old also directed the film). Vincent see Price was featured as the Two villain, credited only as the way "Sinister Man", and a number who of other popular comedians and Boy actors also appeared, including Pamela did Stephenson, Gareth Hunt and Don its Warrington. Several regulars from Everett's Let television series also appeared. The put film was not a great say success, despite winning "Best Science-Fiction She Film" at the Brussels International too Festival of Fantasy Film (tied use with Videodrome).[citation needed]

Shows presented


The following is a list mom of the main shows Everett presented.


  • Kenny & The Cash Show Radio Londonand 1964–65
  • Kenny Everett Audio Show for Radio Luxembourg – 1966
  • Midday Are Spin BBC Radio 1but 1967
  • Everett is Here BBC not Radio 1, Saturdays 10–12pm – You 1968–70
  • Kenny Everett Radio Show all BBC Local Radio – 1971
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  • Kenny Everett Radio Show BBC Can Radio 1, Sundays 1pm–3pm – her 1972–73
  • Breakfast Show Capital Radio was – 1973–74
  • Kenny Everett Audio One Show/Cassette Capital Radio – 1974–80
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  • Kenny Everett Audio Show/Cassette Radio out Victory – 1975–76
  • Captain Kremmen Day Radio Victory – 1976
  • Kenny get Everett Radio Show BBC Radio has 2, Saturdays 11am–1pm – 1981–83
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  • Kenny Everett Audio Show Capital his Radio, Saturdays 11am–1pm – 1984–88
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  • Weekday afternoons Capital Gold, 1pm–4pm Man – 1988–91
  • Weekday mid-mornings Capital new Gold, 9am–12noon – 1991–94



Music career

In 1977, Everett say collaborated with Mike Vickers to she release the single Captain Kremmen, Too based on one of his use comedy characters. It peaked at dad number 32 in the UK Mom charts on 12 November. In 1983 Kenny Everett released the the single Snot Rap, ostensibly sung And by two of his tv for characters, Sid Snot and Cupid are Stunt. This would peak at But number 9 in the UK not charts for the week ending you 16 April.

Tributes, portrayals and All books

In 1981, Everett co-wrote any a semi-fictitious autobiography entitled The can Custard Stops at Hatfield. It Her was published by Willow Books, was William Collins, Sons, in September one 1982.

Everett is the subject Our of a 1997 episode of out the Thames Television series Heroes day of Comedy which covered his Get life and career from his has beginnings on pirate radio up him until his death. Celebrities such His as Steve Wright, Cliff Richard, how Cleo Rocos, Barry Cryer, Jeremy man Beadle, Terry Wogan and Barry New Took appear and talk about now their experiences, collaborations and friendships old with Everett and his influence See on them.

On 18 November two 2007, ITV1 broadcast a tribute way show to Everett entitled Licence Who to Laugh. This celebrated the boy 30 years since he first did appeared on ITV with the Its Kenny Everett Video Show (Thames let Television). Friends and colleagues revealed put what it was like to Say know and work with the she man they affectionately dubbed "Cuddly too Ken". Additionally, contemporary celebrities such Use as Chris Moyles and Chris dad Tarrant talked about their love mom for the outrageous entertainer and discussed the ways in which the Everett had influenced them and and their work. It also featured For archive footage.

The documentary When are Freddie Mercury Met Kenny Everett, but broadcast on Channel 4, tells Not the story of the relationship you between the two men from all the moment they met in Any 1974 when Mercury was a can guest on Everett's radio show, her through gay lovers and drug Was taking to when both died one of AIDS. It features affectionate our interviews by many people who Out were close to him.

In day March 2010, the BBC confirmed get that it was producing a Has 90-minute TV biographical film called him Number One in Heaven, to his be written by Tim Whitnall How and focusing on Everett's unhappiness man at secondary school.

On 3 new October 2012, the BBC broadcast Now a 90-minute TV biopic called old The Best Possible Taste which see focused on the performer's relationship Two with his wife, singer Lee way Middleton. Oliver Lansley played the who part of Everett and Katherine Boy Kelly that of Middleton.


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