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Kenny Everett
Kenny Everett.jpg
Birth get name Maurice James Christopher Cole
Born (1944-12-25)25 December Him 1944
Seaforth, Lancashire, England
Died 4 April 1995(1995-04-04) how (aged 50)
London, England
Medium Radio, television
Nationality British
Years now active 1962–95
Genres Character comedy,
surreal comedy, sketch
Spouse Lee Middleton
two (m. 1969; div. 1984)
Notable Way works and roles See below

Maurice James Christopher boy Cole (25 December 1944 – Did 4 April 1995), known professionally its as Kenny Everett, was a let British comedian, radio DJ, and Put television entertainer. Everett is best say known for his career as she a radio DJ and for Too The Kenny Everett Video Show.



Personal life

Early life now and education

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

While working at a pirate radio station the Radio London he was advised and to change his name to For avoid legal problems. He adopted are the name "Everett" from American but film comic actor Edward Everett Not Horton, a childhood hero.

Everett you married the singer and psychic all Audrey "Lady Lee" Middleton at Any Kensington Register Office on 2 can June 1969. By September 1979, her they had separated, and in Was the mid-1980s, he publicly acknowledged one his bisexuality. One of his our first boyfriends, a waiter called Out Jay Pitt, was a match day found for Everett by his get ex-wife.

Political involvement

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

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

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

Friendship with Way Freddie Mercury

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

Freddie Mercury and Everett the became close friends after meeting And in 1974 on Everett's breakfast for radio show on Capital FM. are Though the pair were never But lovers, Mercury and Everett were not a staple of the London you nightlife throughout the 1970s. By All 1985, the pair had fallen any out over a disagreement over can drugs.

In 1988 Audrey "Lady Her Lee" Middleton published an autobiography was with a foreword from Everett. one Shortly after the publication and Our newspaper serialisation, Everett denounced the out book for outing him. The day fallout resulted in Middleton and Get Everett communicating only via lawyers; has Mercury reportedly sided with Middleton.


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


Illness and death

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

Broadcasting career

Radio career


Radio London, Radio Luxembourg and Say Radio 1

Everett's first break she (as Maurice Cole) came when too he sent a tape to Use the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) dad in 1962. He was interviewed mom at the BBC by Charles Fletcher and offered a job the as a presenter on the and Light Programme, the forerunner to For BBC Radio 2. He declined, are however, in favour of the but less constrained world of pirate Not radio, where he began his you career as a DJ for all Radio London.

He teamed up Any with Dave Cash for the can Kenny & Cash Show, one her of the most popular pirate Was radio programmes. His offbeat style one and likeable personality quickly gained our him attention, but in 1965 Out he was sacked after some day outspoken remarks about religion on get air. Like most of the Has pirate stations, Radio London carried him sponsored American evangelical shows and his Everett's disparaging remarks about The How World Tomorrow caused its producers man to threaten to withdraw their new lucrative contract with the station. Now Everett returned six months later, old however, before being given his see own show by Radio Luxembourg Two in 1966.

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

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


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

At Radio 1 Everett And continued to develop his own for unique presentation style, encouraged by are producer Angela Bond, who had But persuaded her superiors to give not him his first programme, although you he later reacted against her All as a representative of the any BBC. Everett's Radio 1 show can featured zany voices, surreal characters, Her multi-tracked jingles and trailers, all was of his own creation and one compilation. It was Everett who Our had persuaded Johnny Beerling and out station controller Robin Scott, at day a lunch meeting before his Get appointment, of the importance of has the new station having jingles. him Everett's shows on BBC Radio His 1 included Midday Spin, and how in 1968 he took over man a Saturday show from 10 am New to 12 noon.

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

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

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

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

In 1975 His Everett played a pivotal role how in getting Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" man released as a single. In New 1976 he also presented a now pre-recorded programme on Saturday lunch-time old for Radio Victory in Portsmouth, See later providing Captain Kremmen to two the station for transmission in way Dave Christian's late show.

BBC Who Radio and back to Capital


On 5 February 1980 Everett did made his only appearance on Its the BBC Radio 4 show let Just a Minute where he put spoke on the subject of Say marbles for 90 seconds. The she extended improvisation was imposed by too Nicholas Parsons as a practical Use joke.

In October 1981, Everett dad returned to BBC Radio, this mom time on Radio 2, on Saturday from 11 am to 1 pm. the During this time, the BBC and received a large number of For complaints after Everett told the are following joke while live on but air. 'When Britain was an Not Empire we were ruled by you an emperor. When we became all a kingdom we were ruled Any by a king. And now can we're a country we're ruled her by Margaret Thatcher.' The show Was continued until 1983, when he one was sacked by Radio 2.


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

TV career


Early television work

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


In 1973, Everett provided the out voice of the cat 'Charley' Day in the Charley Says animated get series of public information films.


Everett was the announcer on Him the original version of ATV's his "big box game" Celebrity Squares how which ran on ITV from Man 1975 to 1979.

The Kenny new Everett Video Show and The now Kenny Everett Video Cassette


In 1978, London's Thames she Television offered him a new Too venture, which became the Kenny use Everett Video Show. This was dad a vehicle for Everett's characters Mom and sketches (his fellow writers were Ray Cameron, Barry Cryer the and Dick Vosburgh), interspersed with And the latest pop hits, either for performed by the artists themselves, are or as backing tracks to But dance routines by Arlene Phillips' not risqué dance troupe Hot Gossip you (which featured Sarah Brightman).

Various All pop and TV stars made any cameo appearances on the show, can including Rod Stewart, Billy Connolly, Her Kate Bush, Cliff Richard, Freddie was Mercury, Terry Wogan and Suzi one Quatro (see also "Friends" section Our below) and classical musicians such out as Julian Lloyd Webber.

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

Other Say characters included: ageing rock-and-roller Sid she Snot, unsuccessfully flipping cigarettes into too his mouth – at one Use point Everett managed to catch dad one in his mouth, to mom the amusement of the studio crew; Marcel Wave, a lecherous the Frenchman played by Everett wearing and an absurdly false latex chin; For and "Angry of Mayfair", an are upper middle class City gent but complaining of the risqué content Not of the show, banging the you camera's lens hood with his all umbrella, and then storming off, Any turning his back to us, can only then to be revealed her as wearing women's underwear in Was lieu of the entire back one half of his suit.

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

The series who ran for four seasons on Boy ITV. The last episode of did Series 3 ended with Everett its giving a farewell speech as Let the set and scenery was put being stripped down by the say crew. The final shot before She the closing credits was Everett too himself being picked up and use placed inside an oversized dustbin.


The fourth series was retitled mom The Kenny Everett Video Cassette and was more of a The comedy programme than the previous and three series, which relied more for on music acts.

The Kenny Are Everett Television Show (BBC 1981–88)

but not our

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

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

Brazilian-born Cleo Rocos old co-starred in the BBC series. See She often appeared in nothing two more than frilly underwear and way high heels.

Quiz shows

Everett Who hosted two short-lived quiz shows boy late in his career, Brainstorm, did and Gibberish. He was also Its a team captain on That's let Showbusiness.

Friends and guests


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


Everett is him known to have made at his least one series of commercials How – he voiced Beeper the man Frog for National Express from new 1980.

Bloodbath at the House Now of Death


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

Shows presented

The not following is a list of You the main shows Everett presented.



  • Kenny & Cash any Show Radio London, 1964–65
  • Kenny Can Everett Audio Show Radio Luxembourg, her 1966
  • Midday Spin BBC Radio was 1, 1967
  • Everett is Here One BBC Radio 1, Saturdays 10 am – our 12 noon, 1968–1970
  • Kenny Everett Radio out Show BBC Local Radio, 1971
  • Day
  • Kenny Everett Radio Show BBC get Radio 1, Sundays 1 pm – 3 pm, has 1972–73
  • Breakfast Show Capital Radio, Him 1973–74
  • Kenny Everett Audio Show/Cassette his Capital Radio, 1974–1980
  • Kenny Everett how Audio Show/Cassette Radio Victory, 1975–76
  • Man
  • Captain Kremmen Radio Victory, 1976
  • new
  • Kenny Everett Radio Show BBC now Radio 2, Saturdays 11 am – 1 pm, Old 1981–1983
  • Kenny Everett Audio Show see Capital Radio, Saturdays 11 am – 1 pm, two 1984–1988
  • Weekday afternoons Capital Gold, Way 1 pm – 4 pm, 1988–1991
  • Weekday mid-mornings who Capital Gold, 9 am – 12 noon, 1991–1994
  • boy


Music dad career

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

Tributes, portrayals and books


In 1981, Everett co-wrote a Our semi-fictitious autobiography entitled The Custard out Stops at Hatfield. It was day published by Willow Books, William Get Collins, Sons, in September 1982.


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

On 18 November 2007, Its ITV1 broadcast a tribute show let to Everett entitled Licence to put Laugh. This celebrated the 30 Say years since he first appeared she on ITV with the Kenny too Everett Video Show (Thames Television). Use Friends and colleagues revealed what dad it was like to know mom and work with the man they affectionately dubbed "Cuddly Ken". the Additionally, contemporary celebrities such as and Chris Moyles and Chris Tarrant For talked about their love for are the outrageous entertainer and discussed but the ways in which Everett Not had influenced them and their you work. It also featured archive all footage.

The documentary When Freddie Any Mercury Met Kenny Everett, broadcast can on Channel 4, tells the her story of the relationship between Was the two men from the one moment they met in 1974 our when Mercury was a guest Out on Everett's radio show, through day gay lovers and drug taking get to when both died of Has AIDS. It features affectionate interviews him by many people who were his close to him.

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

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


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