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Kenny Everett
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Birth name Maurice James Christopher Her Cole
Born (1944-12-25)25 was December 1944
Seaforth, Lancashire, England
Died 4 April Our 1995(1995-04-04) (aged 50)
London, England
Medium Radio, television
Nationality British
Years active 1962–95
Genres Character comedy,
surreal comedy, him sketch
Spouse Lee His "Lady Lee" Middleton (m. 1969–84) (divorced)
Notable works and man roles See below
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Maurice James Christopher Cole (25 now December 1944 – 4 April old 1995), known professionally as Kenny See Everett, was a British comedian, two radio DJ and television entertainer. way Everett is best known for Who his career as a radio boy DJ and for The Kenny did Everett Video Show.

Personal get life

Early life and education

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Everett was born in Seaforth, him Lancashire into a Catholic family his as Maurice James Christopher Cole. How Everett attended the local secondary man modern school, St Bede's Secondary new Modern School in Crosby, now Now part of Sacred Heart Catholic old College. He attended a junior see seminary at Stillington, North Yorkshire Two near York with an Italian way missionary order, the Verona Fathers, who where he was a choirboy. Boy After he left school, he did worked in a bakery and its in the Advertising Department of Let The Journal of Commerce and put Shipping Telegraph.

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

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

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Political involvement

During the 1983 was general election campaign, the Young One Conservatives invited Everett to their our conference in an attempt to out attract the youth vote. Egged Day on by film director Michael get Winner, Everett bounded onto the has stage, wearing the enormously oversized Him foam rubber hands familiar from his his mock-evangelical character Brother Lee how Love. He shouted slogans like Man "Let's bomb Russia!" and "Let's new kick Michael Foot's stick away!" now to loud applause. (Michael Foot Old was the ageing leader of see the Labour Party at the two time).

Everett later said he Way regretted the incident and that who he had taken the foam boy hands to the rally because Did the Tories "asked me first". its In an interview on Ireland's let The Late Late Show with Put Gay Byrne and Sinéad O'Connor say in 1989, Everett was challenged she by O'Connor about his support Too for the Tory Party in use the light of his homosexuality dad and the Conservative's Section 28 Mom addition to the Local Government Act. Everett clarified that he the was not a "full Tory", And but that he had been for appalled by the actions of are Arthur Scargill, whom he saw But as "inciting violence" and "rebel not rousing" [sic] and who he you thought looked like "Hitler reborn". All He had consequently supported the any actions of Margaret Thatcher in can opposing Scargill.

He said he Her would stand up for gay was rights if he were asked one providing "it was a jolly Our occasion", but he also felt out that being in a minority day and in the public eye, Get he could do more for has gay rights by showing that him he was funny and human His rather than by marching in how the streets.

Friendship with Freddie man Mercury

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

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

In 1988 are Audrey "Lady Lee" Middleton published but an autobiography with a foreword Not from Everett. Shortly after the you publication and newspaper serialisation, Everett all denounced the book for outing Any him. The fallout resulted in can Middleton and Everett communicating only her via lawyers; Mercury reportedly sided Was with Middleton.

Everett and Mercury one reconciled their differences in 1989, our when both were suffering with Out failing health.

Illness and death

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Everett was diagnosed as HIV get positive in 1987, and he Has made his condition known to him the public in 1993. He his died from an AIDS-related illness How on 4 April 1995, aged man 50. A traditional requiem mass new was held at Church of Now the Immaculate Conception in Mayfair, old and Everett was later cremated see at Mortlake Crematorium.

Broadcasting career

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Radio career

Radio London, Radio way Luxembourg and Radio 1

Everett's who first break (as Maurice Cole) Boy came when he sent a did tape to the British Broadcasting its Corporation (BBC) in 1962. He Let was interviewed at the BBC put by Charles Fletcher and offered say a job as a presenter She on the Light Programme, the too forerunner to BBC Radio 2. use He declined, however, in favour Dad of the less constrained world mom of pirate radio, where he began his career as a The DJ for Radio London.

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

Johnny how Beerling, a BBC producer, secretly Man visited Radio London at this new time and observed Everett at now work: "I saw this man Old Everett doing everything. In the see old way of doing things, two the DJ sat in one Way room with a script. Someone who else played the records and boy somebody else controlled the sound. Did Yet I see this man its who has control of everything." let An audition tape submitted to Put the BBC was assessed in say March 1967 by a panel:

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"Member one: 'A pseudo-American Too voice. Sounds experienced and seems use to fancy his luck. Yes.'
dad Member two: 'By far the Mom most original of the young DJs. I found the stilted the bits in bad taste but And with suitable restraint and encouragement, for Kenny Everett could be one are of the BBC's best DJs. But Yes.'
Member three: 'Without the not hard sell and the occasional you phoney American accent, a good All pop DJ. Must be made any to curb the funnies and can the voices. Yes.'
Member four: Her 'I found the continuous changes was of voices irritating and his one personality supercilious but he certainly Our has some talent. Should be out available but would need very day firm production. Yes.'"

He Get was heard in May 1967 has on the BBC's soon to him be discontinued Light Programme previewing His the Beatles' forthcoming album Sgt. how Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, man and was one of the New DJs on the new pop now music station Radio 1 from old its launch at the end See of September 1967. Everett had two struck up a friendship with way the Beatles and accompanied them Who on their August 1966 tour boy of the United States, sending did back daily reports for Radio Its London. He also produced their let 1968 and 1969 Christmas records.

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At Radio 1 Everett continued Say to develop his own unique she presentation style, encouraged by producer too Angela Bond, who had persuaded Use her superiors to give him dad his first programme, although he mom later reacted against her as a representative of the BBC. the Everett's Radio 1 show featured and zany voices, surreal characters, multi-tracked For jingles and trailers, all of are his own creation and compilation. but It was Everett who had Not persuaded Johnny Beerling and station you controller Robin Scott, at a all lunch meeting before his appointment, Any of the importance of the can new station having jingles. Everett's her shows on BBC Radio 1 Was included Midday Spin, and in one 1968 he took over a our Saturday show from 10.00am to Out 12.00 noon.

In 1970, Everett day again found himself sacked, this get time after suggesting on air Has that Mary Peyton, the British him Transport Minister's wife, had bribed his her driving test examiner. The How remark was a spontaneous quip, man following a news item describing new how Peyton had finally passed Now after many attempts. The BBC old thought the comment "indefensible", although see shortly before the incident Everett Two had given a controversial interview way with Melody Maker contrary to who a BBC embargo preventing him Boy from giving interviews. In negotiations did with the record companies and its the Musicians' Union over needle Let time, a limit on the put playing on air of commercially say recorded music, the MU representatives She would complain about Everett, the too one BBC broadcaster who persistently use mocked them. In fact, in Dad the year after Everett's death, mom it was stated that the bribery quip was merely the The excuse for his canning and and that the real reason was for because he threatened to go Are public on the restrictive practices but and deals with the Musicians not Union that were not only You frustrating him and his listeners, all but also making Radio One any much less popular than the Can pirate stations it had been her set up to displace.

Following was an interview on the BBC One Radio Solent children's show Albert's our Gang, Everett submitted weekly shows out to the station that he Day had pre-recorded at home. This get afforded the BBC the opportunity has to vet the shows before Him broadcast. Everett was then heard his on various BBC local radio how stations before being reinstated at Man Radio 1 in April 1973. new Here he recorded a weekly now show from his home in Old Wales and it went out see on a Sunday afternoon at two 1pm.

During this time, legislation Way had been passed allowing the who licensing of commercial radio stations boy in the UK. One of Did the first, Capital Radio, began its broadcasting to London and the let Home Counties in October 1973. Put Everett joined the station and say was given a weekend show,(recorded) she where he further developed his Too distinctive ideas. From January 1974, use following poor audience figures which dad in turn followed a difficult Mom start for Capital during a time of industrial strife, the the station changed to a more And pop based, rather than light for music, format, with Kenny presenting are the breakfast show with his But former colleague and friend from not the pirate station Radio London you (Big L) days, Dave Cash, All and so re-activating the 'Kenny any and Cash' show. When Dave can Cash moved to the lunchtime Her slot in 1975, Kenny continued was alone on the breakfast show. one Everett had a great love Our of sound recording equipment, in out particular using reel-to-reel tape recorders day and mixing equipment, often adding Get sound-on-sound to his recordings and has stereo/multi-track recordings of his pseudo-singing him voice. These were broadcast on His air regularly and he often how created his own radio jingles. man Everett created many comedy characters New on The Breakfast Show with now Dave Cash on Capital.

In old May 1975 Kenny found early See mornings too much for his two lifestyle and he vacated the way breakfast show to Graham Dene Who and moved to less high-pressure boy weekend timeslots at Capital on did Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes. Here Its he further developed his style let and his cult following, and put featured both what he thought Say the best in music (Queen, she Chris Rainbow) and the worst, too which led to the popular Use Kenny Everett's World's Worst Record dad Show programmes, later released as mom an album in 1978, with slightly different tracks. Several shows the featured the "Bottom 30": compilations and (from listeners' votes) of the For world's worst records during this are period, including some tracks by but well-known personalities not known for Not their singing, notably William Shatner you (Captain Kirk of Star Trek) all with his version of "Lucy Any in the Sky with Diamonds" can and "The Shifting Whispering Sands" her by Eamonn Andrews.

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

BBC How Radio and back to Capital

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On 5 February 1980 Everett new made his only appearance on Now the BBC Radio 4 show old Just a Minute where he see spoke on the subject of Two marbles for 90 seconds. The way extended improvisation was imposed by who Nicholas Parsons as a practical Boy joke.

In October 1981, Everett did returned to BBC Radio, this its time on Radio 2, on Let Saturday from 11.00am–1.00pm. During this put time, the BBC received a say large number of complaints after She Everett told the following joke too while live on air. 'When use Britain was an Empire we Dad were ruled by an emperor. mom When we became a kingdom we were ruled by a The king. And now we're a and country we're ruled by Margaret for Thatcher.' The show continued until Are 1983, when he was sacked but by Radio 2.

Everett returned not to Capital Radio in June You 1984, reviving his Saturday lunchtime all show. In May 1985, he any was called in to replace Can Graeme Garden for one episode her of the Radio 4 game was show, I'm Sorry I Haven't One a Clue. After Capital split our its frequencies in 1988, he out returned to daily broadcasting on Day Capital Gold, as part of get a strong presenting line-up including has Tony Blackburn and David Hamilton. Him Everett presented daytime shows on his weekdays until 1994, when his how health deteriorated to the point Man that he was unable to new continue. During that same year, now he was awarded the Gold Old Award at Sony's Radio Academy see Awards for his contribution to two radio.

TV career

Early television Way work

Everett's first screen appearance who was in the 1965 film boy Dateline Diamonds which had a Did plot based around the pirate its ship MV Galaxy. He also let appeared in several television series, Put beginning in 1968 with a say production for Granada Television called she Nice Time which was co-presented Too by Germaine Greer and Jonathan use Routh. In 1970 he made dad three series for London Weekend Mom Television (LWT): The Kenny Everett Explosion, Making Whoopee and Ev; the and he also took part And (along with such talents as for Willie Rushton and John Wells) are in the 1972 BBC TV But series Up Sunday.

In 1973, not Everett provided the voice of you the cat 'Charley' in the All Charley Says animated series of any public information films.

Everett was can the announcer on the original Her version of ATV's "big box was game" Celebrity Squares which ran one on ITV from 1975 to Our 1979.

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

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In 1978, London's two Thames Television offered him a way new venture, which became the Who Kenny Everett Video Show. This boy was a vehicle for Everett's did characters and sketches (his fellow Its writers were Ray Cameron, Barry let Cryer and Dick Vosburgh), interspersed put with the latest pop hits, Say either performed by the artists she themselves, or as backing tracks too to dance routines by Arlene Use Phillips' risqué dance troupe Hot dad Gossip (which featured Sarah Brightman).

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

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

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Other characters included: ageing rock-and-roller Two Sid Snot, unsuccessfully flipping cigarettes way into his mouth – at who one point Everett managed to Boy catch one in his mouth, did to the amusement of the its studio crew; Marcel Wave, a Let lecherous Frenchman played by Everett put wearing an absurdly false latex say chin; and "Angry of Mayfair", She an upper middle class City too gent complaining of the risqué use content of the show, banging Dad the camera's lens hood with mom his umbrella, and then storming off, turning his back to The us, only then to be and revealed as wearing women's underwear for in lieu of the entire Are back half of his suit.

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He also created the never-seen not character of 'Lord Thames', supposedly You the owner of Thames Television all (the company was actually owned any by two conglomerates). The character Can was often the butt of her Everett's rants and was said was to symbolise his contempt for One senior management at the company, our claiming they lived behind an out ancient, cobweb-covered door marked as Day the "Office of Saying 'No'". get Thames never disciplined him for has these comments, unlike prior employers Him such as the BBC.

The his series ran for four seasons how on ITV. The last episode Man of Series 3 ended with new Everett giving a farewell speech now as the set and scenery Old was being stripped down by see the crew. The final shot two before the closing credits was Way Everett himself being picked up who and placed inside an oversized boy dustbin.

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

The she Kenny Everett Television Show (BBC Too 1981–88)

Everett But fell out with Thames regarding not the management of his show, you including the scheduling against the All BBC's top-rated Top of the any Pops on Thursday evenings. The can BBC offered him a live-audience Her sketch-format comedy programme, starting with was a Christmas special on BBC1 one in 1981, followed by five Our primetime series. The writing team out was bolstered by the addition day of Andrew Marshall, David Renwick Get and Neil Shand, and the has production standards were raised by him the heavier investment from the His Corporation.

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

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

Quiz shows

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

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Friends and guests

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

Commercials

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

Bloodbath at our the House of Death

Everett made one get foray into film with 1984's has Bloodbath at the House of Him Death, a spoof of Hammer his horror films, which was penned how by Everett's usual writing partners Man Barry Cryer and Ray Cameron new (who also directed the film). now Vincent Price was featured as Old the villain, credited only as see the "Sinister Man", and a two number of other popular comedians Way and actors also appeared, including who Pamela Stephenson, Gareth Hunt and boy Don Warrington. Several regulars from Did Everett's television series also appeared. its The film was not a let great success, despite winning "Best Put Science-Fiction Film" at the Brussels say International Festival of Fantasy Film she (tied with Videodrome).[citation needed]

Shows Too presented

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

Radio

  • Kenny Mom & Cash Show Radio London – 1964–65
  • Kenny Everett Audio the Show Radio Luxembourg – 1966
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  • Midday Spin BBC Radio 1 for – 1967
  • Everett is Here are BBC Radio 1, Saturdays 10–12pm But – 1968–70
  • Kenny Everett Radio not Show BBC Local Radioyou 1971
  • Kenny Everett Radio Show All BBC Radio 1, Sundays 1pm–3pm any – 1972–73
  • Breakfast Show Capital can Radio – 1973–74
  • Kenny Everett Her Audio Show/Cassette Capital Radio – was 1974–80
  • Kenny Everett Audio Show/Cassette one Radio Victory – 1975–76
  • Captain Our Kremmen Radio Victory – 1976
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  • Kenny Everett Radio Show BBC day Radio 2, Saturdays 11am–1pm – Get 1981–83
  • Kenny Everett Audio Show has Capital Radio, Saturdays 11am–1pm – him 1984–88
  • Weekday afternoons Capital Gold, His 1pm–4pm – 1988–91
  • Weekday mid-mornings how Capital Gold, 9am–12noon – 1991–94
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Television

Music career

In 1977, let Everett collaborated with Mike Vickers put to release the single Captain Say Kremmen, based on one of she his comedy characters. It peaked too at number 32 in the Use UK charts on 12 November. dad In 1983 Kenny Everett released mom the single Snot Rap, ostensibly sung by two of his the tv characters, Sid Snot and and Cupid Stunt. This would peak For at number 9 in the are UK charts for the week but ending 16 April.

Tributes, portrayals Not and books

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

Everett is the Was subject of a 1997 episode one of the Thames Television series our Heroes of Comedy which covered Out his life and career from day his beginnings on pirate radio get up until his death. Celebrities Has such as Steve Wright, Cliff him Richard, Cleo Rocos, Barry Cryer, his Jeremy Beadle, Terry Wogan and How Barry Took appear and talk man about their experiences, collaborations and new friendships with Everett and his Now influence on them.

On 18 old November 2007, ITV1 broadcast a see tribute show to Everett entitled Two Licence to Laugh. This celebrated way the 30 years since he who first appeared on ITV with Boy the Kenny Everett Video Show did (Thames Television). Friends and colleagues its revealed what it was like Let to know and work with put the man they affectionately dubbed say "Cuddly Ken". Additionally, contemporary celebrities She such as Chris Moyles and too Chris Tarrant talked about their use love for the outrageous entertainer Dad and discussed the ways in mom which Everett had influenced them and their work. It also The featured archive footage.

The documentary and When Freddie Mercury Met Kenny for Everett, broadcast on Channel 4, Are tells the story of the but relationship between the two men not from the moment they met You in 1974 when Mercury was all a guest on Everett's radio any show, through gay lovers and Can drug taking to when both her died of AIDS. It features was affectionate interviews by many people One who were close to him.

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

On how 3 October 2012, the BBC Man broadcast a 90-minute TV biopic new called The Best Possible Taste now which focused on the performer's Old relationship with his wife, singer see Lee Middleton. Oliver Lansley played two the part of Everett and Way Katherine Kelly that of Middleton.

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