|Dead Comedians Society|
Dead Comedians Society
Very much the embodiment of that North West of England style, the mammy’s boy sentiment and philosophical c’est la vie bluntness, he definitely carved out a style that has been much influenced on the likes of Johnny Vegas, Peter Kay and Jason Manford years later........More here
Legendary North East comic. Part of the North East’s culture.
One of Britain’s finest comics. And a fine writer too.
Great Scottish surreal one liner merchant. Influential even to today’s comics.
Star of “The Comedians” in the seventies. Dry scouse wit. Very, very funny.
Probably the greatest music hall comic. Worked with two stooges. Surreal before the word was invented.
The ultimate joke writer. Internationally there was no one better.
Probably the most natural of them all. Everybody’s favourite impression.
Character comedy at it’s best. Another great impression at a party.
The bollocks. Pete and Dud, Derek and Clive especially and all the pissing about he did that managed to get itself on tape.
Bill Bailey anyone?
My Grandfather, Charlie Webster 1899-1972 who apparently was hilarious but I only met him when I was a toddler. God rest them all.