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Gilbert Harding (1907–1960)

Probably the most famous personality on British TV in the 1950s, Gilbert Harding was notorious for his rudeness and short temper as a panel member on the genteel parlor game What's My Line (1951), a program he occasionally presented. He also appeared in several British films, mostly playing himself. His most celebrated (if not infamous) appearance... See full bio »


(age 53) in London, England, UK

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What's My Line
What's My Line Himself - Panellist / Himself - Host / Himself - What's My Line? Panellist
I Know What I Like
I Know What I Like Himself - Host
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 1956 Pacific Destiny
Opening Narration Spoken by (voice)
 1955 An Alligator Named Daisy
Unwilling Guest (uncredited)
 1954 Tale of Three Women
 1953 The Horse's Mouth
The Oracle (voice, uncredited)
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Personal Quote:

[Speaking about having "overfortified" himself before a recording session for What's My Line (1951) in December 1952] If I appeared a bit tiddly, then viewers were not wrong in thinking I was a bit tiddly.

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