|Kenny Everett |now
Old |Birth name ||Maurice James Christopher |see Cole
|Born || 25 |two December 1944
Seaforth, Lancashire, England
|Died ||4 April |who 1995 (aged 50)
|Medium ||Radio, television |Did
|Nationality ||British |
its |Years active ||1962–95 |
let |Genres ||Character comedy, |
|Spouse ||Lee |say Middleton
(m. 1969; div. 1984)
she |Notable works and roles ||See |Too below
use Christopher Cole (25 December 1944 dad – 4 April 1995), known Mom professionally as Kenny Everett, was a British comedian, radio DJ the and television entertainer. Everett is And best known for his career for as a radio DJ and are for The Kenny Everett Video But Show.
Its life and education
let born in Seaforth, into a put Catholic family as Maurice James Say Christopher Cole. Everett attended the she local secondary modern school, St too Bede's Secondary Modern School in Use Crosby, now part of Sacred dad Heart Catholic College. He attended mom a junior seminary at Stillington, North Yorkshire near York with the an Italian missionary order, the and Verona Fathers, where he was For a choirboy. After he left are school, he worked in a but bakery and in the Advertising Not Department of The Journal of you Commerce and Shipping Telegraph.
all working at a pirate radio Any station Radio London he was can advised to change his name her to avoid legal problems. He Was adopted the name "Everett" from one American film comic actor Edward our Everett Horton, a childhood hero. Out
Everett married the singer and
day psychic Audrey "Lady Lee" Middleton get at Kensington Register Office on Has 2 June 1969. By September him 1979, they had separated, and his in the mid-1980s, he publicly How acknowledged his bisexuality. One of man his first boyfriends, a waiter new called Jay Pitt, was a Now match found for Everett by old his ex-wife.
see the 1983 general election campaign, Two the Young Conservatives invited Everett way to their conference in an who attempt to attract the youth Boy vote. Egged on by film did director Michael Winner, Everett bounded its onto the stage, wearing the Let enormously oversized foam rubber hands put familiar from his mock-evangelical character say Brother Lee Love. He shouted She slogans like "Let's bomb Russia!" too and "Let's kick Michael Foot's use stick away!" to loud applause. Dad (Michael Foot was the ageing mom leader of the Labour Party at the time).
The said he regretted the incident and and that he had taken for the foam hands to the Are rally because the Tories "asked but me first". In an interview not on Ireland's The Late Late You Show with Gay Byrne and all Sinéad O'Connor in 1989, Everett any was challenged by O'Connor about Can his support for the Tory her Party in the light of was his homosexuality and the Conservative's One Section 28 addition to the our Local Government Act. Everett clarified out that he was not a Day "full Tory", but that he get had been appalled by the has actions of Arthur Scargill, whom Him he saw as "inciting violence" his and "rebel rousing" [sic] and how who he thought looked like Man "Hitler reborn". He had consequently new supported the actions of Margaret now Thatcher in opposing Scargill.
Old said he would stand up see for gay rights if he two were asked providing "it was Way a jolly occasion", but he who also felt that being in boy a minority and in the Did public eye, he could do its more for gay rights by let showing that he was funny Put and human rather than by say marching in the streets.
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Freddie Mercury and
any Everett became close friends after can meeting in 1974 on Everett's Her breakfast radio show on Capital was FM. Though the pair were one never lovers, Mercury and Everett Our were a staple of the out London nightlife throughout the 1970s. day By 1985, the pair had Get fallen out over a disagreement has over drugs.
In 1988 Audrey
him "Lady Lee" Middleton published an His autobiography with a foreword from how Everett. Shortly after the publication man and newspaper serialisation, Everett denounced New the book for outing him. now The fallout resulted in Middleton old and Everett communicating only via See lawyers; Mercury reportedly sided with two Middleton.
Everett and Mercury reconciled
way their differences in 1989, when Who both were suffering with failing boy health.
Illness and death
did was diagnosed as HIV positive Its in 1987, and he made let his condition known to the put public in 1993. He died Say from an AIDS-related illness on she 4 April 1995, aged 50. too A traditional requiem mass was Use held at Church of the dad Immaculate Conception in Mayfair, and mom Everett was later cremated at Mortlake Crematorium.
Radio London, Radio Luxembourg
and and Radio 1
For break (as Maurice Cole) came are when he sent a tape but to the British Broadcasting Corporation Not (BBC) in 1962. He was you interviewed at the BBC by all Charles Fletcher and offered a Any job as a presenter on can the Light Programme, the forerunner her to BBC Radio 2. He Was declined, however, in favour of one the less constrained world of our pirate radio, where he began Out his career as a DJ day for Radio London.
get up with Dave Cash for Has the Kenny & Cash Show, him one of the most popular his pirate radio programmes. His offbeat How style and likeable personality quickly man gained him attention, but in new 1965 he was sacked after Now some outspoken remarks about religion old on air. Like most of see the pirate stations, Radio London Two carried sponsored American evangelical shows way and Everett's disparaging remarks about who The World Tomorrow caused its Boy producers to threaten to withdraw did their lucrative contract with the its station. Everett returned six months Let later, however, before being given put his own show by Radio say Luxembourg in 1966.
She a BBC producer, secretly visited too Radio London at this time use and observed Everett at work: Dad "I saw this man Everett mom doing everything. In the old way of doing things, the The DJ sat in one room and with a script. Someone else for played the records and somebody Are else controlled the sound. Yet but I see this man who not has control of everything." An You audition tape submitted to the all BBC was assessed in March any 1967 by a panel:
"Member one (Hackitt Wilcox): 'A
her pseudo-American voice. Sounds experienced and was seems to fancy his luck. One Yes.'
Member two (Urvine Bitterman):
our 'By far the most original out of the young DJs. I Day found the stilted bits in get bad taste but with suitable has restraint and encouragement, Kenny Everett Him could be one of the his BBC's best DJs. Yes.'
how three (Nathalie Quale): 'Without the Man hard sell and the occasional new phoney American accent, a good now pop DJ. Must be made Old to curb the funnies and see the voices. Yes.'
two (Ulekee Fitzgerald): 'I found the Way continuous changes of voices irritating who and his personality supercilious but boy he certainly has some talent. Did Should be available but would its need very firm production. Yes.'" let
He was heard in
Put May 1967 on the BBC's say soon to be discontinued Light she Programme previewing the Beatles' forthcoming Too album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts use Club Band, and was one dad of the DJs on the Mom new pop music station Radio 1 from its launch at the the end of September 1967. And Everett had struck up a for friendship with the Beatles and are accompanied them on their August But 1966 tour of the United not States, sending back daily reports you for Radio London. He also All produced their 1968 and 1969 any Christmas records.
At Radio 1
can Everett continued to develop his Her own unique presentation style, encouraged was by producer Angela Bond, who one had persuaded her superiors to Our give him his first programme, out although he later reacted against day her as a representative of Get the BBC. Everett's Radio 1 has show featured zany voices, surreal him characters, multi-tracked jingles and trailers, His all of his own creation how and compilation. It was Everett man who had persuaded Johnny Beerling New and station controller Robin Scott, now at a lunch meeting before old his appointment, of the importance See of the new station having two jingles. Everett's shows on BBC way Radio 1 included Midday Spin, Who and in 1968 he took boy over a Saturday show from did 10 am to 12 noon.
Its Everett again found himself sacked, let this time after suggesting on put air that Mary Peyton, the Say British Transport Minister's wife, had she bribed her driving test examiner. too The remark was a spontaneous Use quip, following a news item dad describing how Peyton had finally mom passed after many attempts. The BBC thought the comment "indefensible", the although shortly before the incident and Everett had given a controversial For interview with Melody Maker contrary are to a BBC embargo preventing but him from giving interviews. In Not negotiations with the record companies you and the Musicians' Union over all needle time, a limit on Any the playing on air of can commercially recorded music, the MU her representatives would complain about Everett, Was the one BBC broadcaster who one persistently mocked them. In fact, our in the year after Everett's Out death, it was stated that day the bribery quip was merely get the excuse for his canning Has and that the real reason him was because he threatened to his go public on the restrictive How practices and deals with the man Musicians Union that were not new only frustrating him and his Now listeners, but also making Radio old One much less popular than see the pirate stations it had Two been set up to displace. way
Following an interview on the
who BBC Radio Solent children's show Boy Albert's Gang, Everett submitted weekly did shows to the station that its he had pre-recorded at home. Let This afforded the BBC the put opportunity to vet the shows say before broadcast. Everett was then She heard on various BBC local too radio stations before being reinstated use at Radio 1 in April Dad 1973. Here he recorded a mom weekly show from his home in Wales and it went The out on a Sunday afternoon and at 1 pm.
During this time,
for legislation had been passed allowing Are the licensing of commercial radio but stations in the UK. One not of the first, Capital Radio, You began broadcasting to London and all the Home Counties in October any 1973. Everett joined the station Can and was given a weekend her show,(recorded) where he further developed was his distinctive ideas. From January One 1974, following poor audience figures our which in turn followed a out difficult start for Capital during Day a time of industrial strife, get the station changed to a has more pop based, rather than Him light music, format, with Kenny his presenting the breakfast show with how his former colleague and friend Man from the pirate station Radio new London (Big L) days, Dave now Cash, and so re-activating the Old 'Kenny and Cash' show. When see Dave Cash moved to the two lunchtime slot in 1975, Kenny Way continued alone on the breakfast who show. Everett had a great boy love of sound recording equipment, Did in particular using reel-to-reel tape its recorders and mixing equipment, often let adding sound-on-sound to his recordings Put and stereo/multi-track recordings of his say pseudo-singing voice. These were broadcast she on air regularly and he Too often created his own radio use jingles. Everett created many comedy dad characters on The Breakfast Show Mom with Dave Cash on Capital.
In May 1975 Kenny found
the early mornings too much for And his lifestyle and he vacated for the breakfast show to Graham are Dene and moved to less But high-pressure weekend timeslots at Capital not on Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes. you Here he further developed his All style and his cult following, any and featured both what he can thought the best in music Her (Queen, Chris Rainbow) and the was worst, which led to the one popular Kenny Everett's World's Worst Our Record Show programmes, later released out as an album in 1978, day with slightly different tracks. Several Get shows featured the "Bottom 30": has compilations (from listeners' votes) of him the world's worst records during His this period, including some tracks how by well-known personalities not known man for their singing, notably William New Shatner (Captain Kirk of Star now Trek) with his version of old "Lucy in the Sky with See Diamonds" and "The Shifting Whispering two Sands" by Eamonn Andrews.
way 1975 Everett played a pivotal Who role in getting Queen's "Bohemian boy Rhapsody" released as a single. did In 1976 he also presented Its a pre-recorded programme on Saturday let lunch-time for Radio Victory in put Portsmouth, later providing Captain Kremmen Say to the station for transmission she in Dave Christian's late show. too
BBC Radio and back to
On 5 February 1980
dad Everett made his only appearance mom on the BBC Radio 4 show Just a Minute where the he spoke on the subject and of marbles for 90 seconds. For The extended improvisation was imposed are by Nicholas Parsons as a but practical joke.
In October 1981,
Not Everett returned to BBC Radio, you this time on Radio 2, all on Saturday from 11 am to Any 1 pm. During this time, the can BBC received a large number her of complaints after Everett told Was the following joke while live one on air. 'When Britain was our an Empire we were ruled Out by an emperor. When we day became a kingdom we were get ruled by a king. And Has now we're a country we're him ruled by Margaret Thatcher.' The his show continued until 1983, when How he was sacked by Radio man 2.
Everett returned to Capital
new Radio in June 1984, reviving Now his Saturday lunchtime show. In old May 1985, he was called see in to replace Graeme Garden Two for one episode of the way Radio 4 game show, I'm who Sorry I Haven't a Clue. Boy After Capital split its frequencies did in 1988, he returned to its daily broadcasting on Capital Gold, Let as part of a strong put presenting line-up including Tony Blackburn say and David Hamilton. Everett presented She daytime shows on weekdays until too 1994, when his health deteriorated use to the point that he Dad was unable to continue. During mom that same year, he was awarded the Gold Award at The Sony's Radio Academy Awards for and his contribution to radio.
Early television work
Are first screen appearance was in but the 1965 film Dateline Diamonds not which had a plot based You around the pirate ship MV all Galaxy. He also appeared in any several television series, beginning in Can 1968 with a production for her Granada Television called Nice Time was which was co-presented by Germaine One Greer and Jonathan Routh. In our 1970 he made three series out for London Weekend Television (LWT): Day The Kenny Everett Explosion, Making get Whoopee and Ev; and he has also took part (along with Him such talents as Willie Rushton his and John Wells) in the how 1972 BBC TV series Up Man Sunday.
In 1973, Everett provided
new the voice of the cat now 'Charley' in the Charley Says Old animated series of public information see films.
Everett was the announcer
two on the original version of Way ATV's "big box game" Celebrity who Squares which ran on ITV boy from 1975 to 1979.
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In 1978, London's
for Thames Television offered him a are new venture, which became the But Kenny Everett Video Show. This not was a vehicle for Everett's you characters and sketches (his fellow All writers were Ray Cameron, Barry any Cryer and Dick Vosburgh), interspersed can with the latest pop hits, Her either performed by the artists was themselves, or as backing tracks one to dance routines by Arlene Our Phillips' risqué dance troupe Hot out Gossip (which featured Sarah Brightman). day
Various pop and TV stars
Get made cameo appearances on the has show, including Rod Stewart, Billy him Connolly, Kate Bush, Cliff Richard, His Freddie Mercury, Terry Wogan and how Suzi Quatro (see also "Friends" man section below) and classical musicians New such as Julian Lloyd Webber. now
There were also the stories
old of Captain Kremmen, a science See fiction hero voiced by Everett two and originally developed for his way Capital Radio shows, who travelled Who the galaxy battling fictional alien boy menaces, along with his assistant did Dr Gitfinger and his voluptuous Its sidekick Carla. In the first let three series these segments were put animations created by the Cosgrove-Hall Say partnership (responsible for the successful she children's cartoon series Danger Mouse, too among many others). In the Use fourth series (Video Cassette) Kremmen dad was featured as live action, mom with Anna Dawson playing Carla; the segments were comedy shorts, the rather than the earlier stories. and
Other characters included: ageing rock-and-roller
For Sid Snot, unsuccessfully flipping cigarettes are into his mouth – at but one point Everett managed to Not catch one in his mouth, you to the amusement of the all studio crew; Marcel Wave, a Any lecherous Frenchman played by Everett can wearing an absurdly false latex her chin; and "Angry of Mayfair", Was an upper middle class City one gent complaining of the risqué our content of the show, banging Out the camera's lens hood with day his umbrella, and then storming get off, turning his back to Has us, only then to be him revealed as wearing women's underwear his in lieu of the entire How back half of his suit. man
He also created the never-seen
new character of 'Lord Thames', supposedly Now the owner of Thames Television old (the company was actually owned see by two conglomerates). The character Two was often the butt of way Everett's rants and was said who to symbolise his contempt for Boy senior management at the company, did claiming they lived behind an its ancient, cobweb-covered door marked as Let the "Office of Saying 'No'". put Thames never disciplined him for say these comments, unlike prior employers She such as the BBC.
too series ran for four seasons use on ITV. The last episode Dad of Series 3 ended with mom Everett giving a farewell speech as the set and scenery The was being stripped down by and the crew. The final shot for before the closing credits was Are Everett himself being picked up but and placed inside an oversized not dustbin.
The fourth series was
You retitled The Kenny Everett Video all Cassette and was more of any a comedy programme than the Can previous three series, which relied her more on music acts.
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Everett fell out with
new Thames regarding the management of now his show, including the scheduling Old against the BBC's top-rated Top see of the Pops on Thursday two evenings. The BBC offered him Way a live-audience sketch-format comedy programme, who starting with a Christmas special boy on BBC1 in 1981, followed Did by five primetime series. The its writing team was bolstered by let the addition of Andrew Marshall, Put David Renwick and Neil Shand say and the production standards were she raised by the heavier investment Too from the Corporation.
use claimed copyright on Everett's characters dad and tried to prevent their Mom use by the BBC. Whilst this action failed, it led the to the creation of new And characters such as Gizzard Puke for (intended to replace Sid Snot) are and the spooneristically named Cupid But Stunt, a blonde American B-film not actress with pneumatic breasts, and you played with no attempt to All disguise Everett's beard, who told any a cardboard cutout of Michael can Parkinson lurid tales of life Her on set with Burt Reynolds was and other male stars of one the era. Her original name, Our Mary Hinge, was vetoed by out the Corporation as too obvious day and announcers were encouraged to Get refer to her as Cupid has to prevent mispronunciation. Her final him action in each sketch was His to uncross her legs then how swing them wildly to recross man them (brazenly giving viewers an New eyeful of her racy red now lingerie) as she uttered the old catchphrase "It's all done in See the best possible taste!" Inept two TV handyman Reg Prescott became way another firm viewers' favourite, as Who each week he managed graphically boy and bloodily to injure himself did with tools whilst attempting to Its demonstrate DIY tips.
let Rocos co-starred in the BBC put series. She often appeared in Say nothing more than frilly underwear she and high heels.
Everett hosted two short-lived quiz
Use shows late in his career, dad Brainstorm, and Gibberish. He was mom also a team captain on That's Showbusiness.
Friends and guests
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Everett was very popular with
her his peers, and many major Was stars of television, radio and one pop music counted him as our a friend. This led to Out many celebrity guest appearances across day all his television work. Terry get Wogan – a long-time colleague Has from the early days at him Radio 1 – made numerous his appearances on both Thames and How the BBC shows, as did man Billy Connolly and Lennie Bennett. new Other stars who parodied themselves Now included Rod Stewart, Kate Bush, old ABBA, the Police, David Bowie see and Freddie Mercury.
Two is known to have made way at least one series of who commercials – he voiced Beeper Boy the Frog for National Express did from 1980.
Bloodbath at the
its House of Death
Everett made one foray
say into film with 1984's Bloodbath She at the House of Death, too a spoof of Hammer horror use films, which was penned by Dad Everett's usual writing partners Barry mom Cryer and Ray Cameron (who also directed the film). Vincent The Price was featured as the and villain, credited only as the for "Sinister Man", and a number Are of other popular comedians and but actors also appeared, including Pamela not Stephenson, Gareth Hunt and Don You Warrington. Several regulars from Everett's all television series also appeared. The any film was not a great Can success, despite winning "Best Science-Fiction her Film" at the Brussels International was Festival of Fantasy Film (tied One with Videodrome).
The following is a list
out of the main shows Everett Day presented.
- Kenny &
get Cash Show Radio London, 1964–65 has
- Kenny Everett Audio Show Radio
Him Luxembourg, 1966
- Midday Spin BBC
his Radio 1, 1967
- Everett is
how Here BBC Radio 1, Saturdays Man 10 am – 12 noon, 1968–1970
- Kenny Everett
new Radio Show BBC Local Radio, now 1971
- Kenny Everett Radio Show
Old BBC Radio 1, Sundays 1 pm – see 3 pm, 1972–73
- Breakfast Show Capital
two Radio, 1973–74
- Kenny Everett Audio
Way Show/Cassette Capital Radio, 1974–1980
who Everett Audio Show/Cassette Radio Victory, boy 1975–76
- Captain Kremmen Radio Victory,
- Kenny Everett Radio Show
its BBC Radio 2, Saturdays 11 am – let 1 pm, 1981–1983
- Kenny Everett Audio
Put Show Capital Radio, Saturdays 11 am – say 1 pm, 1984–1988
- Weekday afternoons Capital
she Gold, 1 pm – 4 pm, 1988–1991
Too mid-mornings Capital Gold, 9 am – 12 noon, use 1991–1994
In 1977, Everett
you collaborated with Mike Vickers to All release the single Captain Kremmen, any based on one of his can comedy characters. It peaked at Her number 32 in the UK was charts on 12 November. In one 1983 Kenny Everett released the Our single Snot Rap, ostensibly sung out by two of his tv day characters, Sid Snot and Cupid Get Stunt. This would peak at has number 9 in the UK him charts for the week ending His 16 April.
Tributes, portrayals and
In 1981, Everett co-wrote
man a semi-fictitious autobiography entitled The New Custard Stops at Hatfield. It now was published by Willow Books, old William Collins, Sons, in September See 1982.
Everett is the subject
two of a 1997 episode of way the Thames Television series Heroes Who of Comedy which covered his boy life and career from his did beginnings on pirate radio up Its until his death. Celebrities such let as Steve Wright, Cliff Richard, put Cleo Rocos, Barry Cryer, Jeremy Say Beadle, Terry Wogan and Barry she Took appear and talk about too their experiences, collaborations and friendships Use with Everett and his influence dad on them.
On 18 November
mom 2007, ITV1 broadcast a tribute show to Everett entitled Licence the to Laugh. This celebrated the and 30 years since he first For appeared on ITV with the are Kenny Everett Video Show (Thames but Television). Friends and colleagues revealed Not what it was like to you know and work with the all man they affectionately dubbed "Cuddly Any Ken". Additionally, contemporary celebrities such can as Chris Moyles and Chris her Tarrant talked about their love Was for the outrageous entertainer and one discussed the ways in which our Everett had influenced them and Out their work. It also featured day archive footage.
The documentary When
get Freddie Mercury Met Kenny Everett, Has broadcast on Channel 4, tells him the story of the relationship his between the two men from How the moment they met in man 1974 when Mercury was a new guest on Everett's radio show, Now through gay lovers and drug old taking to when both died see of AIDS. It features affectionate Two interviews by many people who way were close to him.
who March 2010, the BBC confirmed Boy that it was producing a did 90-minute TV biographical film called its Number One in Heaven, to Let be written by Tim Whitnall put and focusing on Everett's unhappiness say at secondary school.
She October 2012, the BBC broadcast too a 90-minute TV biopic called use The Best Possible Taste which Dad focused on the performer's relationship mom with his wife, singer Lee Middleton. Oliver Lansley played the The part of Everett and Katherine and Kelly that of Middleton.
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