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Bruce Forsyth, the consummate performer and much-loved face of British entertainment, shares his story of a remarkable life lived to the full.
A dancer, comedian, singer, actor, musician and all-round entertainer, Bruce achieved national recognition as the host of Sunday Night at the London Palladium in the 1950s. With his classic one-man shows, appearances alongside some of the world’s greatest performers, and hugely popular TV shows ranging from The Generation Game to Strictly Come Dancing, he was a household name renowned for putting a smile on the nation’s face.
Charting his life story from talented young lad growing up in north London to achieving national treasure status, Strictly Bruce is full of warm anecdotes spanning over eight decades of Bruce’s life, man and boy. It’s a chance to take a trip down memory lane, celebrate the golden age of British showbiz and step behind the scenes of Bruce’s personal life, meeting the people he loved and learning what made him tick.
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I really want to see the Strictly arena tour but cannot stand Bruce Forsyth. Does anyone know whether he does the UK tour after the tv series finishes? Thanks!
No, he does not tour with the show.
Apart from the obvious highs that this year has given us there have also been, in my opinion, some embarrassing performances. For me Paul McCartney at the Diamond Jubilee concert and Bruce Forsyth on "Strictly come Dancing" demonstrated that...
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Bruce Forsyth may look cheerful whenever we see him on our television screens, but working aside, it's now been revealed that the TV presenter has been nursing his first wife Penny Calvert as she battles with dementia. The 85-year-old has been looking after Penny since 2008, when her health deteriorated to such an extent that she was moved to a residential care. Source: www.entertainmentwise.com
And with a career spanning seven decades, a glamorous wife, half a dozen adoring children and an OBE to his name, audiences could be forgiven for thinking that Sir Bruce Forsyth hasn't got a care in the world. But as the 85-year-old entertainer
But there could be no doubt about the status of the BBC show on Saturday night, when Sir Bruce Forsyth was left red-faced after accidentally calling judge Darcey Bussell 'Dave'. As the panel were giving their critiques on Fiona Fullerton and Anton du
@ChloeLouise_N that was the longest flight of my entire life. "Okay, what would you send to room 101?" "Bruce Forsyth" 11/05/13, @lil_hayes
I hope when I'm as old as Bruce Forsyth I can get a cuddly toy attached to my arm. 11/05/13, @NormanShenley
Lol old school tele. OMG Bruce Forsyth looks so young #1995 #PriceisRight 11/05/13, @Daniieelleee
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Bruce Forsyth is known across four generations as the 'face' of family entertainment classics such as The Generation Game, Play Your Cards Right and The Price is Right. His is an amazing story that spans more than two thirds of the twentieth century. In the late 1950s, over half of Britain would tune into Sunday Night at the London Palladium; making Bruce a star in a few weeks. But it had been a long slog since his debut as fourteen-year-old 'Boy Bruce the Mighty Atom' in 1942 then wartime work for the Red Cross and National Service after, and playing every theatre, concert party, summer season, double act and review known to man. He's been at the very top ever since. Bruce's first-ever account of his whole life is chock full of anecdotes, honest appraisals of tough times, failed marriages and affairs, comments on entertainment today and what it takes to be a comedian at the height of his powers.
What would Bruce Forsyth say? In ‘Know Your News’, churches in Largs protested about dancing in the Moorings ballroon on Sundays, a new youth club was opened by Archie McCulloch and a diplomatic row was brewing between the Town Council and the Navy.
Strictly Come Dancing is a live broadcast, so there's no going back if something goes wrong on-air - and last night Sir Bruce Forsyth made a spectacular gaffe as he went to the judges for comments following the performance of Fiona Fullerton and Anton Du Beke.
He does his utmost week after week to prove that Strictly Come Dancing is live and not pre-recorded. But there could be no doubt about the status of the BBC show on Saturday night, when Sir Bruce Forsyth was left red-faced after accidentally ...
Sir Bruce Joseph Forsyth-Johnson CBE (born 22 February 1928), is an English television presenter and entertainer whose career spans 74 years. He rose to fame through ...
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