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Max Bygraves’s height is 6ft 1.5in (1.87 m)

Walter William Bygraves OBE, known by the stage name Max Bygraves, was an English comedian, singer, actor and variety performer. He appeared on his own television shows, sometimes performing comedy sketches between songs.

Max Bygraves

Best Known For Movie: Family Fortunes
Born: October 16, 1922, Rotherhithe, London, United Kingdom
Filmography: Call up the Stars (1995), Drama 61-67 (1964), Spare the Rod (1961), Whack-O! (1960), Bobbikins (1959), A Cry from the Streets (1958), Charley Moon (1956), You Lucky People (1955), Val Parnell’s Sunday Night at the London Palladium (1955), Television Christmas Party (1953), Tom Brown’s Schooldays (1951), Bless ‘Em All (1949), Skimpy in the Navy (1949), The Nitwits on Parade (1949), Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights – Hollywood to the Heartland (2006), Look Who’s Talking (1989), The Jack Benny Program (1963), Bobbikins (1959), A Cry from the Streets (1958), Charley Moon (1956), Max Bygraves Side by Side (1982), Today with Des and Mel (2003), The Showbiz Set (2002), Arena (1990-2001), The Frank Skinner Show (2000), The Car’s the Star (1999), The Big Breakfast (1997), Richard and Judy Exclusive (1997), An Audience with Shirley Bassey (1995), Clive Anderson Talks Back (1994), Paul Merton’s Palladium Story (1994), Against All Odds (1994), Max Bygraves: 50 Golden Years (1993), Live from the London Palladium: Happy Birthday, Happy New Year! (1990), Highway (1990), Forty Minutes (1989), Sunday, Sunday (1986), The Mind of David Berglas (1986), The Bob Monkhouse Show (1986), Family Fortunes (1983-1985), A Century of Stars: The Story of the Grand Order of Water Rats (1984), Entertainment Express (1983), Looks Familiar (1981-1982), Max Bygraves Side by Side (1978-1982), Lena (1982), Wednesday at 8 (1977), Saturday Night at the Mill (1977), The Good Old Days (1977), Stars on Sunday (1972-1976), This Is Your Life (1975), The Golden Shot (1974), Fifty Bighearted Years: The Variety Club of Great Britain’s Tribute to Arthur Askey (1974), Max (1974), Shut That Door! (1973), Max Bygraves at the Royalty (1972), The Alf Garnett Saga (1972), The Royal Variety Performance 1970 (1970), Max (1968-1970), The Max Bygraves Hour (1970), The Jackie Gleason Show (1968-1969), Dee Time (1968), The London Palladium Show (1966-1967), Thank Your Lucky Stars (1962-1966), The Eamonn Andrews Show (1966), The Royal Variety Performance 1965 (1965), BBC Show of the Week (1965), Blackpool Night Out (1964), The Royal Variety Performance 1963 (1963), This Is Your Life (1961-1963), The Jack Benny Program (1963), The Royal Variety Performance 1961 (1961), Roamin’ Holiday (1960), The Royal Variety Show (1960), Val Parnell’s Sunday Night at the London Palladium (1955-1960), The Wakey Wakey Tavern (1959), Educating Archie (1959), The Bob Crosby Show (1958), Six-Five Special (1958), Off the Record (1956-1958), The Jack Jackson Show (1957), This Is Music Hall (1955), The Ed Sullivan Show (1955), The ONE Show (2011), The Best of the Royal Variety (2006), Arena (2001), Family Misfortunes (2000), Paul Merton’s Palladium Story (1994).
Astrological Sign: Libra
Occupation: Actor
Died: August 31, 2012, Hope Island, Queensland, Gold Coast, Australia
Spouse: Blossom Murray (m. 1942–2011)
Children: Maxine Bygraves, Stephen Rose, John Rice, Anthony Bygraves, Beverly Mayhew-Sass, Christine Bygraves
Albums: SingaLongaWarYears, Sing Along With Max,
Height: 6ft 1.5in (1.87 m)

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