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Lewis Hoad (1934–1994)

Lewis Hoad was born on November 23, 1934 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia as Lewis Alan Hoad. He is known for his work on What's My Line? (1950), International Pro-Celebrity Golf (1981) and Stopwatch (1978). He died on July 3, 1994 in Fuengirola, Spain. See full bio »

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(age 59) in Fuengirola, Spain

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What's My Line? Self - Mystery Guest
(1957)
Stopwatch Self
(1979)
(1997)

Filmography

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 1997 Kings of the Court (Video)
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 1979 Stopwatch (TV Series)
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- Episode #3.9 (1979) ... Self (as Lew Hoad)
 1979 International Pro-Celebrity Golf (TV Series)
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- Episode #5.8 (1979) ... Self (as Lew Hoad)
 1968 The Frankie Howerd Show (TV Movie)
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 1957 What's My Line? (TV Series)
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- Lew Hoad & Shelley Winters and Anthony Franciosa (1957) ... Self - Mystery Guest (as Lew Hoad)
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 2000 The Fifth Set: Australia and the Davis Cup (Documentary)
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 1992 Newsreel Nostalgia: Australian News and Events on Film 1908-1975 (Video documentary)
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Australian professional tennis player. 2-time Wimbledon winner (1956-1957); won Australian, French and Wimbledon titles in 1956, but missed capturing Grand Slam at Forest Hills when beaten by Ken Rosewall in 4-set final.

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