Johnny Speight BRitish screenwriter

Johnny Speight is a 78 years old BRitish screenwriter from Greater London. Johnny Speight was born on June 02, 1920 (died on July 05, 1998, he was 78 years old) in Greater London.



Johnny Speight was a British television scriptwriter of many classic British sitcoms. He emerged in the mid-1950s. He wrote for radio comics Frankie Howerd Vic Oliver Arthur Askey and Cyril Fletcher. For television he wrote for The Arthur Haynes Show Morecambe & Wise and Peter Sellers. Then he began to write Till Death Us Do Part which included his most famous creation the controversial bigot Alf Garnett.
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Is Johnny Speight still alive?

No, he died on 07/05/1998, 24 years ago. He was 78 years old when he died. Cause of death: pancreatic cancer. He died in Hertfordshire


Johnny Speight Movies (9)

There are 9 movies of Johnny Speight.

His first feature film was Privilege (1967). He was 47 when he starred in this movie. Since 1967, he has appeared in 9 feature films. The last one is Double Bill (1969). .

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Johnny Speight movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

Johnny Speight TV Shows (4)

His first TV Show was Comedy Playhouse (1961).

What was Johnny's zodiac sign?

Johnny Speight zodiac sign was gemini.

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