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Sir Kenneth Arthur Dodd OBE (8 November 1927 – 11 March 2018) was an English comedian, singer and occasional actor.He was described as "the last great music hall entertainer", and was primarily known for his live stand-up performances.\r\nKenDoddShows ... Ken Dodd\r\nThe Official Ken Dodd website where you will find all the information on up and comming tour dates and where to buy tickets\r\nKen Dodd, Actor: Hamlet. Ken Dodd was born on November 8, 1927 in Knotty Ash, Liverpool, England as Kenneth Arthur Dodd. He was a writer and actor, known for Hamlet (1996), The Ken Dodd Laughter Show (1979) and Alice in Wonderland (1999).\r\nTickling sticks, diddy men, Knotty Ash - all these can mean but one thing: that this week's Desert Island Discs castaway is comedian Ken Dodd.\r\nTwo hours into his show and Ken Dodd is taking a short break backstage. With a joke rate, or what he calls his titters-per-minute, running at seven every 60 seconds, he has already told about 800 gags this evening – every one of which has raised a laugh or at least an indulgent groan from delighted fans.\r\nSir Ken Dodd has died aged 90. In this feature from December 2015, Dominic Cavendish met the veteran entertainer to discuss his remarkable life Across a career that has now lasted an incredible 60 years, the comedian Ken Dodd has given a new meaning to the phrase ‘value for money’ . His ...\r\nReports that Sir Ken Dodd has passed away are "completely untrue", the iconic comedian's publicist has confirmed.\r\nTears welled up in Sir Ken Dodd’s eyes as he told the ECHO: “I have been to a very dark place.” But he added, defiantly: “I will get out and come into the sunshine.” The much-loved entertainer, who celebrated his 90th birthday in November, has been in the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital ...\r\nAs he celebrates his 90th birthday, Sir Ken Dodd could be forgiven for hanging up his tickling stick and enjoying retirement after a record-breaking comedy career. After all, he’s been exercising our Chuckle Muscles for more than 60 years and still travels 100,000 miles a year dazzling packed ...\r\n