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Dudley Moore

Knowledge Identifier: +Dudley_Moore


Dudley Moore

English actor, comedian, composer and musician add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1935.

Countries: United States (53%), United Kingdom (40%), Ireland (2%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Jonathan Miller, Eddie Murphy, Suzy Kendall

Linked to: Magdalen College, Oxford, The Sydney Russell School, Buckingham Palace, The New York Times




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Dudley Moore was born in 1935 add something


Jonathan Miller - Trained as a doctor in the late 1950s, he first came to prominence in the early 1960s with his role in the comedy revue "Beyond the Fringe" with fellow writers and performers Peter Cook, Dudley Moore and Alan Bennett


During the 1960s he formed the Dudley Moore Trio, with drummer Chris Karan and bassist Pete McGurk add something


In 1960, he left Dankworth's band to work on "Beyond the Fringe" add something


Moore first came to prominence as one of the four writer-performers in the ground-breaking comedy revue "Beyond the Fringe" in the early 1960s, and became famous as half of the highly popular television double-act he formed with Peter Cook add something


"Beyond the Fringe" was at the forefront of the 1960s satire boom and after success in Britain it transferred to the United States, where it was a hit add something


Anneke Wills - During the 1960s Wills spent much of her time at the famous Troubadour Coffee Shop and the Establishment, and was part of the so-called Chelsea Set, counting among her close friends Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, the Alberts, Sammy Davis Junior, Angela Douglas and Kenneth More, Mary Quant and Sarah Miles among others


Fran Landesman - In 1964 the Landesmans moved to London , where she wrote lyrics for a number of well-known musicians such as Pat Smythe, Georgie Fame, Tom Springfield, Richard Rodney Bennett and Dudley Moore


Stuart Hamilton - At age 38, in 1967, he took up a significant technical and musical challenge by accepting the role of pianist and singer made famous in England by Dudley Moore in a production of Beyond the Fringe


McGurk was replaced, after eight years in the trio, by Peter Morgan, after he committed suicide in June 1968 add something


Jackie Lee - Her jazz-styled album of the same name was released in 1968, which included contributions from Dudley Moore as pianist


Suzy Kendall - In 1968 Kendall married pianist, comedian and actor Dudley Moore, and though they divorced in 1972, they remained friends until Moore's death in 2002


In the late 1970s, Moore moved to Hollywood, where he had a supporting role in the hit film "Foul Play" with Goldie Hawn and Chevy Chase add something


Lenny Zakatek - Lynsey de Paul and Dudley Moore took an interest in Zakatek's voice, look and stage presence in the early 1970s


Tuesday Weld - She married British actor, musician, and comedian Dudley Moore in 1975


In 1976 he played piano on Larry Norman's album "In Another Land", in particular on the song "The Sun Began to Rain add something


Tom Driberg - The comedians Peter Cook and Dudley Moore depicted Driberg as a sexual predator, wearing "fine fishnet stockings" and cavorting with a rent boy, in a sketch, "Back of the Cab", which they recorded in 1977


Moore played Watson to Cook's Holmes in 1978's "Hound of the Baskervilles" add something


Comedy film - Popular comedy stars in the 1980s included Dudley Moore, Tom_Hanks, Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd


Jill Eikenberry - The 1980s saw a number of television films to her credit, and a major film success, Dudley Moore's star vehicle "Arthur"


His fame as a comedy film actor was later heightened by success in hit Hollywood films such as "Foul Play", "10" with Bo Derek and "Arthur" in the late 1970s and early 1980s, respectively add something


In 1981, Moore appeared as the lead in the comedy "Arthur", an even bigger hit than "10", which starred Liza Minnelli and Sir John Gielgud add something


Ted Ross - One of the roles he is most fondly remembered for is that of Bitterman, Arthur Bach's long suffering chauffeur in the 1981 Dudley Moore hit, "Arthur"


Peter Sellers - In 1982, Blake Edwards tried to continue with "Romance of the Pink Panther" and offered the role of Clouseau to Dudley Moore, who turned it down


Eddie Murphy - In 1984, Murphy appeared in "Best Defense", co-starring Dudley Moore


In 1987, Moore was interviewed for "The New York Times" by the music critic Rena Fruchter, herself an accomplished pianist add something


He appeared as Ko-Ko in a Jonathan Miller production of "The Mikado" in Los Angeles in March 1988 add something


Joanna Cassidy - In 1993, she co-starred with Dudley Moore in the sitcom "Dudley", but the series only lasted for six episodes


Cork became a friend and confidant to Moore, corresponding with him until 1994 add something


In 1994, Moore was arrested after Rothschild claimed he had beaten her before that year's Oscars; she later withdrew her charges add something


Dudley Moore plays a short role in the 1995 feature CASPER. add something


Moore was deeply affected by the death of Peter Cook in 1995, and for weeks would regularly telephone Cook's home in London just to get the telephone answering machine and hear his friend's voice add something


In November 1995, Moore teamed up with friend and humorist Martin Lewis in organising a two-day salute to Cook in Los Angeles that Moore co-hosted with Lewis add something


In September 1997 Moore underwent quadruple heart bypass surgery in London , and subsequently suffered four minor strokes add something


In June 1998, Nicole Rothschild was reported to have told an American television show that Moore was "waiting to die" due to a serious illness, but these reports were denied by Suzy Kendall add something


On 30 September 1999, Moore announced that he was suffering from the terminal degenerative brain disorder progressive supranuclear palsy, some of whose early symptoms were so similar to intoxication that he had been accused of being drunk, and that the illness had been diagnosed earlier in the year add something


In June 2001, Moore was appointed a Commander of the Order of The British Empire add something

Dudley Moore died in 2002 add something


He died on 27 March 2002, as a result of pneumonia, secondary to immobility caused by the palsy, in Plainfield, New Jersey, New Jersey add something


In December 2004, the Channel 4 television station in the United Kingdom broadcast "Not Only But Always", a TV movie dramatising the relationship between Moore and Cook, although the principal focus of the production was on Cook add something


In 2009 it came to light that at the time three separate British police forces had wanted them to be prosecuted under obscenity laws for their comedy recordings made during the late 1970s under the pseudonyms "Derek and Clive" add something


Rena Fruchter - 2011 - Biography & Autobiography Once Dudley caught it, his own outrageous laugh would spur everyone on add something


Russell Brand - He starred in the 2011 remake of the 1981 Dudley Moore film "Arthur"