Dudley Moore

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Noun1.Dudley Moore - English actor and comedian who appeared on television and in films (born in 1935)
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He also personified a jolly Father Christmas alongside Dudley Moore in Santa Claus: The Movie and hilariously played the mayor in Blazing Saddles.
Comedian, pianist and film star Dudley Moore was a gifted musician whose record, The Other Side of Dudley Moore, demonstrated his love for and understanding of jazz.
e other comedians featured are Morecambe and Wise, Lenny Henry, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, French and Saunders and Monty Python.
Lenny Henry, Norman Wisdom, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore and The Two Ronnies also THE HOLY MAIL Michael Palin carries the rest KY K V Y V ICKY KYK Wood you buy this?
BORN GLORIA Swanson, US film actress, 1899, above QUENTIN Tarantino, film director, 1963 JAMES Callaghan, prime minister, 1912 DIED DUDLEY Moore, actor and comedian, 2002, above YURI Gagarin, USSR cosmonaut, 1968 JAMES I and VI, King of Britain, 1625
They go over Bennett's remarkable career, which got off to an impressive start in 1960, when he appeared alongside Peter Cook, Dudley Moore and Jonathan Miller in the hugely successful Beyond the Fringe.
Verdict: Characterful Scottish baronial accommodation it's not; think more the "boxy but good" description of a Volvo in a 90s Dudley Moore movie.
THIS comedy remake sees Russell Brand step into the role made famous by Dudley Moore in 1981 - that of an irresponsible billionaire playboy who finds his carefree lifestyle under threat.
The Unforgettable Dudley Moore (ITV1 Wales, Wednesday, 7.30pm) [bar] IN 1958, cuddly London-born pianist Dudley Moore left Oxford as an accomplished jazz pianist and could have enjoyed a life in the music industry, but fate dealt him a different card.
Is it a) Clint Eastwood and Dudley Moore, b) Tony Curtis and Roger Moore or c) John Cleese and Pierce Brosnan?
Thirty years after Dudley Moore played Arthur, the drunken playboy is back, with Russell Brand in the title role.