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Johnny Worth

Johnny Worth was born on June 21, 1931 in Battersea, London, England as Yani Panakos Paraskeva Skoradalides. He is known for his work on Billy Liar (1973), Mix Me a Person (1962) and The Playbirds (1978). See full bio »
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 1973-1974 Billy Liar (TV Series) (composer - 27 episodes)
- Billy and a Missing Item (1974) ... (composer: theme music - as John Worth)
- Billy and Some Orange Blossom (1974) ... (composer: theme music - as John Worth)
- Billy and the Temporary Position (1974) ... (composer: theme music - as John Worth)
- Billy and the Bedside Manner (1974) ... (composer: theme music - as John Worth)
- Billy and the Scales of Justice (1974) ... (composer: theme music - as John Worth)
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 2010 Rock & Chips (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Pilot (2010) ... (writer: "Poor Me" - uncredited)
 1989 Scandal (writer: "What Do You Want?" - uncredited)
 1986 Screen Two (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Song of Experience (1986) ... (writer: "How About That" - uncredited)
 1978 The Playbirds (as John Worth, "Playbirds") / (performer: "Playbirds" - as John Worth)
 1975 Side by Side (writer: "Young Young Love")
 1975 The Don Lane Show (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Episode dated 12 May 1975 (1975) ... (writer: "Some People" - as Les Vandyke)
 1973 The Death Wheelers (lyrics: "Riding Free" - as John Worth)
 1968 Hammerhead (writer: "Hammerhead", " (I'll Be) Your Old Fashoned Girl" - as John Worsley)
 1962 Mix Me a Person (lyrics: "La Bamba") / (music: "La Bamba") / (writer: "Mix Me A Person")
 1962 Some People (writer: "Some People", "Yes You Did", "Too Late" - as Les Vandyke)
 1961 What a Whopper (writer: "What a Whopper", "The Time Has Come")
 1960 Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (writer: "What Do You Want?" - uncredited)
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 1963 Johnny Cool (as Les Vandyke)
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 1962 Thank Your Lucky Stars (TV Series)
- Episode #2.32 (1962) ... Himself
 1958 Six-Five Special (TV Series)
- Episode #1.48 (1958) ... Himself

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Alternate Names:

Les Vandyke | John Worth

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One-time member of The Raindrops with Jackie Lee and Vince Hill.

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