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Max Miller (I) (1894–1963)

He was one of Britain's prime comedians of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. The beloved, notoriously ribald Max Miller was born of humble circumstances in Brighton, England in 1894. The juvenile dropped out of school at 12 and drifted about aimlessly for several years until called up by the Army to serve in the First World War. He began his career of ... See full bio »

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Known For

Hoots Mon
Hoots Mon Harry Hawkins
Asking for Trouble
Asking for Trouble Dick Smith
Take It from Me
Take It from Me Albert Hall
Don't Get Me Wrong
Don't Get Me Wrong Wellington Lincoln


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 1958 Dick Whittington and His Cat (TV Movie)
Idle Jack
 1942 Asking for Trouble
Dick Smith
 1940 The Good Old Days
Alexander the Greatest
 1940 Hoots Mon
Harry Hawkins
 1938 Everything Happens to Me
Charles Cromwell
 1937 Take It from Me
Albert Hall
 1937 Don't Get Me Wrong
Wellington Lincoln
 1935 Things Are Looking Up
 1935 Get Off My Foot
Herbert Cronk
 1934 Alexandra
Walter Chuff - aka Sam
 1933 Channel Crossing
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Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in George Black's show, "Hee Haw! - George Black's Laughter Show," at the Holborn Empire Theatre in Holborn, London, England, with Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon, The Eight Haw-Haw Girls, The Three Musketeers, Len & Bill Loew, The Darmora Ballet, Vic & Joe Crastonian, Sonny Farrar, Gaston Palmer, The Rhythmagicians, Charles... See more »

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1 Print Biography | 2 Portrayals | See more »

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Personal Quote:

There'll never be another like me. See more »


Theme tune: "Mary From The Dairy", written by Sammy Kern See more »


Flower patterned suit, plus fours and trilby hat


The Cheeky Chappie

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