He performed in the revue, "Paris to Piccadilly," at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Barbour Brothers, Baby Scruggs, Medlock and Marlowe, the Four Hurricans, Paul Mattei, Renee Strange, Eddie Leslie, Patterson and Jackson, Aida Baki, Mini Gerrard, Tony Hulley, Paddy Lyndon, Bill Barbour, Bobby Tranter, ...
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Sir Norman Wisdom | a favour
5' 2" (1.57 m)
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I used to first go on to entertain an audience. But now I go, and this is really true - I go on to have fun with a crowd of my chums.
Pictured on a set of six Grenada $1.50 postage stamps issued 3 November 2002. Shown in the role of Norman Pitkin, which made him famous in a series of comedy movies.
His "gump" look - consisting of a tweed cap askewed with peak turned up, too-tight jacket, barely-better trousers, crumpled collar and tie awry.