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Keith Potger

Keith Potger was born on March 21, 1941 in Colombo, Ceylon. He is a composer, known for The Benny Hill Show (1967), Farewell the Seekers (1968) and The Seekers Down Under (1967). He was previously married to Nicki Paull, Pamela Potger and Pamela Powley. See full bio »

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Known For

The Benny Hill Show
The Benny Hill Show Musical Guest
Farewell the Seekers
The Seekers Down Under
The Seekers at Home


Jump to: Composer | Soundtrack | Self
Hide Hide Show Show Composer (1 credit)
 2016/II Spring (Short) (music by)
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
 1974 It's Not the Size That Counts (writer: "God Knows I Miss You")
Hide Hide Show Show Self (16 credits)
 2009 Remembering Nigel
 2007 Spicks and Specks (TV Series)
- Episode #3.32 (2007) ... Himself
 1997 Future Road: The Video (Video)
 1993 The Seekers: 25 Year Reunion Celebration (Video documentary)
 1970 Lift Off (TV Series)
 1970 Maggie's Place (TV Series)
 1969 The Mike Walsh Show (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1969) ... Himself
 1968 Farewell the Seekers (TV Special documentary)
 1968 The World of the Seekers (TV Movie documentary)
 1967 The Benny Hill Show (TV Special)
Musical Guest (as The Seekers)
 1967 The Seekers Down Under (TV Special documentary)
 1966 The Seekers at Home (TV Special documentary)
 1966 Juke Box Jury (TV Series)
Himself - Panellist
- Episode #1.381 (1966) ... Himself - Panellist
 1966 Jede Stimme zählt (TV Movie)
Himself - Musician (as The Seekers)
 1965 Top of the Pops (TV Series)
- Episode #2.19 (1965) ... Himself (as The Seekers)
- Episode #2.18 (1965) ... Himself (as The Seekers)
- Episode #2.6 (1965) ... Himself (as The Seekers)
- Episode #2.4 (1965) ... Himself (as The Seekers)
 1965 New Musical Express Poll Winners' Concert (TV Movie documentary)
Himself (as The Seekers)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Co-wrote the lyrics to the Seekers' song "Emerald City" using the pseudonym John Martin. It was not until many years later that he revealed to the rest of the group that he had written the song.

Alternate Names:

The Seekers

Did You Know?


He arrived in Australia when he was six years old. A member of the group, The Seekers, they had a Number 1 hit in the United States with the theme song for the film "Georgy Girl". Their first Number 1 hit, in Britain, was "I'll Never Find Another You". See more »

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