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Wally Whyton (1929–1997)

Wally Whyton was born on September 23, 1929 in London, England. He is known for his work on Five O'Clock Club (1963), Lift Off (1969) and Get It Together (1977). He died on January 22, 1997 in London. See full bio »


(age 67) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Five O'Clock Club
Five O'Clock Club Himself - Presenter / Ollie Beak
Lift Off
Lift Off Himself
Get It Together
Get It Together Ollie Beak
Tuesday Rendezvous
Tuesday Rendezvous Presenter


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 1980-1981 Get It Together (TV Series)
Ollie Beak
- Episode #7.17 (1981) ... Ollie Beak (voice, uncredited)
- Episode #7.16 (1981) ... Ollie Beak (voice, uncredited)
- Episode #7.15 (1981) ... Ollie Beak (voice, uncredited)
- Episode #7.14 (1981) ... Ollie Beak (voice, uncredited)
- Episode #7.13 (1981) ... Ollie Beak (voice, uncredited)
 1966 Let's Go Out (TV Series)
- Signs (1966)
- Bridges (1966)
 1955 Small Time (TV Series)
Ollie Beak (1959-) (voice)
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Other Works:

Presented "Country Club" on BBC Radio 2 for 20 years from 1976, and also presented programmes on Folk music.

Alternate Names:

The Vipers Skiffle Group

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Skiffle singer and songwriter who came to fame in the 1950s as part of the Vipers group

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