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Graeme Garden’s height is 5ft 10in (1.78 m)

David Graeme Garden OBE is a British comedian, author, actor, artist and television presenter, best known as a member of The Goodies.

Best Known For Movie: Special: Goodies Rule OK?
Height: 5ft 10in (1.78 m)
Born: February 18, 1943 , Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Filmography: Shoebox Zoo (2004), Trust Me, I’m a Prime Minister (2003), Beyond Iraq and a Hard Place (2003), Between Iraq and a Hard Place (2003), Bremner, Bird and Fortune (1999), Surgical Spirit (1994-1995), The Whole Hog (1989), Smith and Jones in Small Doses (1989), Rory Bremner (1989), Return on Investment (1986), Budgeting (1984), Astronauts (1981-1983), The Goodies (), A Christmas Night with the Stars (1972), Doctor in Charge (1972), Engelbert with the Young Generation (1972), Doctor at Large (1971), Comedy Playhouse (1971), Equal Partners (1971), The Mating Machine (1970), Doctor in the House (), Broaden Your Mind (1968-1969), Hark at Barker (), Twice a Fortnight (1967), The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff (2012), Heartbeat (2008), Holby City (2003-2007), Agatha Christie’s Marple (2007), Casualty @ Holby City (2005), Bromwell High (2005), Peak Practice (2002), Baddiel’s Syndrome (2001), Murder Most Horrid (1999), The Prince of Hearts (1998), My Summer with Des (1998), Under the Bed (1988), Whoops Apocalypse (1988), In Sickness and in Health (1986), The Giddy Game Show (1985), More Bloody Meetings (1984), Bananaman (1983-1984), Strangers (1982), The Goodies (1970-1982), Yes Minister (1981), A Christmas Night with the Stars (1972), Engelbert with the Young Generation (1972), London (1971), Doctor in the House (1970), ITV Sunday Night Theatre (1970), Broaden Your Mind (1968-1969), Comedy Playhouse (1969), Twice a Fortnight (1967-1968), Absolute Power (2003), Surgical Spirit (1994), Notes and Queries with Clive Anderson (1993), What You Really Need to Know About… Ulcers: Gastric and Duodenal Peptic Ulcers (1995), I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue (2008), 50 Years of BBC2 Comedy (2014), The Comedy Vaults: BBC2′s Hidden Treasure (2014), The One Show (2010-2014), Pointless Celebrities (2013), Celebrity Antiques Road Trip (2013), The Unbelievable Truth (2012), The Many Faces of… (2010), The Story of Slapstick (2009), Breakfast (2009), The Greatest Christmas Comedy Moments (2008), What the Dickens? (2008), I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue: Interviews (2008), Comedy Classics (2008), I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue (2008), Humphrey Lyttelton: The Jazz Musicians’ Jazz Musician (2008), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (2008), Would I Lie to You? (2008), The South Bank Show (2007), Points West (2007), QI (2006), Never Mind the Full Stops (2006), Return of the Goodies (2005), Good Morning Australia (2005), Richard & Judy (2004-2005), Beat the Nation (2004), Comedy Connections (2004), The Way We Went Wild (2004), Today with Des and Mel (2004), Breakfast with Frost (2003), Have I Got News for You (1997-2002), This Is Your Life (1995-2002), Caledonian MacBrains (2002), Top Ten (2000), Celebrity Countdown (1998), If I Ruled the World (1998), Masterchef (1997), Orson Welles: The One-Man Band (1995), You Bet! (1990), Telly Addicts (1989), Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988), Comic Relief (1988), Living Proof (1987), Tell the Truth (1985), Scoop (1981), The Adventure Game (1981), The Theatre Quiz (1981), Look at the Law: Contracts of Employment (1979), Top of the Pops (1978), Tell Me More (1977), Omnibus (1976), Pleasure at Her Majesty’s (1976), Going for a Song (1976), Star Turn (1976), Seaside Special (1976), Shang-a-Lang (1975), Cilla (1969), Would I Lie to You? (2008), The Very Best of ‘Have I Got News for You’ (2002).
Other Names: Dr. Graeme Garden, The Goodies
Astrological Sign: Aquarius
Occupation: Comedian, Writer
Music Group: The Goodies
Spouse: Mary Elizabeth Wheatley Grice (m. 1967–1981), Emma Garden
Children: John Garden, Tom Garden, Sally Garden
Books: The Doings of Hamish and Dougal: You’ll Have Had Your Tea?,

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