Freddie Starr is an English comedian, impressionist and singer. He starred in ITV's The Freddie Starr Show, broadcast between 1996 and 1998. Since then, he has...Read More
Freddie Starr is an English comedian, impressionist and singer.
In the early 1960s, Starr was the lead singer of the Merseybeat pop group The Midnighters with a chart album ‘After the Laughter’ and UK Top 10 single. Starr was discovered by the talent show Opportunity Knocks, where he appeared as part of comedy act Freddie Starr and The Delmonts. Starr appeared on the 1970 Royal Variety Performance and from 1972 was one of the main performers in the television series Who Do You Do and a regular in Joker's Wild. He went on to star in ITV's The Freddie Starr Show, broadcast between 1996 and 1998. Since then, he has presented the game show Beat the Crusher (1999), appeared in Celebrity Fit Club (2004) and took part in Celebrity Wife Swap (2008), Living With The Dead (2009), and I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here (2011). In December 2011, Freddie Starr became the official patron of Kidz Foundation Children's Charity, a charity that provides grants to families with long-term sick or disabled children.
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