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Jimmy Hill (I) (1927–2015)

Jimmy Hill was born on July 22, 1927 in Balham, London, England as James William Thomas Hill. He is known for his work on For Amusement Only (1968), The Big Match (1968) and Monty Python's Flying Circus (1969). He was married to Bryony, Gloria Hill and Heather Hill. He died on December 19, 2015 in Sussex, England. See full bio »

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(age 88) in Sussex, England, UK

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Known For

For Amusement Only
(1968)
The Big Match
The Big Match Himself - Commentator / Himself - Presenter
(1968-1971)
Match of the Day
Match of the Day Himself - Presenter / Himself - Introduced by
(1974-1979)

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 1965-1967 United! (TV Series) (football advisor - 147 episodes)
- Episode #1.147 (1967) ... (football advisor)
- Episode #1.146 (1967) ... (football advisor)
- Episode #1.145 (1967) ... (football advisor)
- Episode #1.144 (1967) ... (football advisor)
- Episode #1.143 (1967) ... (football advisor)
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TV commercial for Heineken Beer (2001)

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He was appointed OBE for services to football in 1994. A statue of him was unveiled outside Coventry's ground in 2011. See more »

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