Dudley Moore

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English actor and comedian who appeared on television and in films (born in 1935)

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The film was a massive hit in 1981 for Dudley Moore and Liza Minelli.
10 Worcester A fictional character in one of Dudley Moore and Peter Cook's notorious Derek and Clive sketches, Alfie Noakes was a northern comedian characterised by his hackneyed deliveries.
It was generally thought that I would do well to get myself on to the Hollywood boulevard in the hope of being "discovered", since I was apparently the spitting image of Dudley Moore, a pint-sized British comedian who graduated to global film stardom.
He says, "I saw that Dudley Moore film and it was great.
Eco-Logic director Dudley Moore said: "This is a wonderful recognition of our team's hard work, vision and dedication.
Which record by Dudley Moore and Peter Cook reached No 18 in the pop charts in 1965?
Comedians Spike Milligan and Dudley Moore, Labour politician Dame Barbara Castle and actor John Thaw have also been included.
Dudley Moore was an actor, a comedian, and the husband to a perfectionist wife: he left a promising career in jazz piano to become a comedian, then an actor--and his personal life was fraught with illness and trials.
Who do you think you look like more: Dudley Moore or John Stockton?
Actor and musician Dudley Moore is releasing a new CD and hopes to draw on the power of music and the Internet to find a cure for the 20,000 people who share his affliction with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, and to bring live music to people confined in institutions.
AILING British actor Dudley Moore is hoping a bizarre 'coffee therapy' will help to cure the rare brain disease that has wrecked his life.
Throughout his 70-odd-year career, the great British actor reeled in audiences with his silky tones and superb diction, whether he was performing Shakespeare on the stage of London's Old Vic or hilariously upbraiding Dudley Moore in the hit comedy film Arthur (for which Gielgud's witheringly witty performance netted him a 1981 Best Supporting Actor Academy Award).
Award-winning composer, pianist and lifelong Dudley Moore fan, Neil Cowley played on Saturday, paying homage to the pianist, comedian and film star in what would have been his 80th birthday year in a show entitled The Other Side of Dudley Moore.
BORN DUDLEY Moore, actor/ pianist, 1935, above JOE Hart, goalkeeper, 1987 ALEXIS Korner, blues musician, 1928 DIED LORD Byron, English poet, 1824, above CHARLES Darwin, naturalist, 1882 DAPHNE du Maurier, novelist, 1889
This remake of the 1967 Peter Cook and Dudley Moore comedy may lack some of the original's wit, but it's still a lot of fun.