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  Bruce Forsyth
Edmonton born Bruce Forsyth was looking good at the British Television Awards - he spent most of the time at the after party chatting to his pretty lady.
Bruce Forsyth was born on February 22, 1928 into a Salvation Army family in Edmonton.
In 1977, Bruce leaves 'The Generation Game' and, for the next few years, is dismissed by his critics as being outdated and uncool.
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 Bruce Forsyth
Bruce had been evacuated at the start of World War II but returned to London after just three days as he was so homesick.
Bruce Forsyth reprised his role as host of The Generation Game from 1990 to 1995.
Bruce Forsyth was awarded the OBE in 1998 and the CBE in 2006.
www.biogs.com /strictlycomedancing/forsyth.html   (297 words)

 Bruce Forsyth, Comedian, Play your cards right host Bruce Forsyth
Bruce Forsyth was born into a working-class Salvation Army family in Edmonton, North London in 1928.
In this book, Bruce explains the driving force behind his fantastic ability to be able to do things like this, and why he continues even though many say he should have retired years ago.
Bruce is a national institution in the UK and this book is a fantastic account of why he did it and how he succeeded.
www.tv-celebrity.co.uk /comedy/bruce-forsyth.htm   (243 words)

 Bruce Forsyth and Anthea Redfern   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Bruce Forsyth is born into a working-class, Salvation Army family in Edmonton, North London.
In 1977, Forsyth leaves 'The Generation Game' and, for the next few years, is dismissed by his critics as being outdated and uncool.
Continuing to work throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Forsyth steadily rebuilds a critical acclaim to match his unwavering public popularity, culminating in a triumphant return as host of a re-born 'Sunday Night At The London Palladium' for the year 2000.
www.phespirit.info /derekandclive/bruce_forsyth.htm   (321 words)

 BBC News | ENTERTAINMENT | TV king: The Forsyth Saga
At the age of 14 Bruce Forysth was touring Britain as The Boy Bruce - The Mighty Atom.
Forsyth's catchphrases "Nice to see you, to see you nice" and "Didn't he do well?" are recognised in every household and all feature in the latest edition of the Oxford Dictionary of 20th Century Quotations
Forsyth married his television hostess Anthea Redfern and would weekly ask her to "Give us a twirl".
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 Amazon.frĀ : Bruce: Livres en anglais: Bruce Forsyth,Jack Paulin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Bruce Forsyth has been a regular guest in British living rooms since the dawn of the television age as we know it.
Forsyth's career began in the WIndmill Theatre, whose revues included many a woman wearing tassels, so he was well prepared to play alongside many a glamourous Generation Game and Play Your Cards Right hostess, and more prepared (and proud) still to marry a former Miss World.
Bruce Forsyth is known to millions as the face of such classic shows as The Generation Game, Play Your Cards Right and Bruces The Price is Right.
www.amazon.fr /Bruce-Forsyth/dp/1859036066   (526 words)

 Bruce Forsyth News
The show's host has praised the former Spice Girl as well as her co-presenter Bruce Forsyth in time for the show's return next weekend.
But after more than 60 years in showbusiness, Bruce Forsyth took the ringing of an audience member's mobile phone in his stride.
Bruce Forsyth modelled his CBE with wife Wilnelia Entertainer Bruce Forsyth has collected his CBE from the Queen at Buckingham Palace, calling the occasion "overwhelming" and "nerve-wracking".
www.topix.net /who/bruce-forsyth   (664 words)

 Bruce Forsyth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
'Bruce Forsyth, CBE (born 22 February 1928), popularly known as "Brucie", is an English showman and entertainer who achieved celebrity on the show Sunday Night at the London Palladium, and has since presented the television shows Play Your Cards Right, The Generation Game, and Strictly Come Dancing.
During the 1980s and 1990s Bruce Forsyth also appeared in advertising for the now defunct furniture retailer Courts, in which he was dressed as a judge.
Forsyth is well-known for his catchphrases, many of which he begins himself and leaves the audience to complete.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bruce_Forsyth   (1183 words)

 Information on Bruce Forsyth's Hot Streak
Bruce would show them a word, and they had the option to play or pass.
The leader would then give Bruce the four most obvious or natural words or phrases that were associated with the word Bruce mentioned.
The word that Bruce mentioned is now known, and the players have to say the other words or phrases that the leader said.
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 Bruce Forsyth Offends at Oxford Union Talk - Digital Spy Forums
BRUCE Forsyth offended a number of students when he made comments that were perceived to be racist during his speech at the Oxford Union on Tuesday.
Bruce Forsyth does not have a racist bone in his body.
Bruce Forsyth asked the female what her ambitions were and she said that she would like to appear in soaps.
www.digitalspy.co.uk /forums/showthread.php?t=379048   (2014 words)

 Bruce Forsyth - Uncyclopedia
Bruce Forsyth or to give his full name Bruce Forsyth was born in 1981.
Bruce currently resides in one of the many derelict warehouses off the coast of Wolverhampton.
He is plotting to destroy religious icon Lovejoy and enslave mankind.
www.uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Bruce_Forsyth   (174 words)

 Bruce Forsyth Worldwide Challenge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Bruce is an old British entertainer and presenter, he is famed for striking his trademark pose when he comes on stage.
Bruce Forsyth fronted "Play Your Cards Right", "Bruce's Price is Right", "Beat the Clock", "The Generation Game", "You Bet" and "Strictly Come Dancing".
Bruce Joseph Forsyth-Johnson was born in Edmonton, North London on February 22nd, 1928.
www.globalcitizen.co.uk /travel/brucey/index.html   (177 words)

 What if Bruce Forsyth had hosted the CBS daytime Card Sharks? - GSN Buzz
If that is true, why and would Bruce be the better host of that show rather than Bob Eubanks, would Bruce be better interacting with the contestants and would the show had lasted longer if he was on.
If Bruce Forsyth was hosting the CBS version, it would have been a big mistake because it would have never had the same success that Eubanks had with the show.
Bruce Forsyth's Talents, and hosting ablilitys was great for the UK viewers for shows such as, The Geration Game(BBC), Play Your Cards Right(LWT), Beat the Clock(?), Etc. mostly because he was the Bill Cullen of the UK, beening seem all over television everybody loved him or tolorated him.
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 Bruce Forsyth - Moviefone
Forsyth's next really big success was Bruce Forsyth's Generation Game (BBC One...
According to his autobiography, Bruce Forsyth (born Bruce Joseph Forsyth-Johnson in Edmonton, North London, on 22 February 1928) made his television debut...
Bruce Forsyth - Filmography, Biography, News, Photos, Birth date, Relationships, Bruce Forsyth Film Clips, and Fun Facts on Moviefone.
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 screenonline: Forsyth, Bruce (1928-) Biography
(born Bruce Joseph Forsyth-Johnson in Edmonton, North London, on 22 February 1928) made his television debut in 1939 when a child, singing and dancing on a talent show introduced by
aspired to be a song-and-dance man from an early age, and he began to work the halls as a professional from the age of fourteen under the name 'Boy Bruce - The Mighty Atom'.
The next sixteen years were spent on the boards perfecting his routines, until, in 1958, he was thrust from virtual obscurity into the limelight as the host of variety show
www.screenonline.org.uk /people/id/1039077   (394 words)

 Bruce Forsyth CBE - Speakers Biography - Celebrity Speakers Limited
Bruce Forsyth is an entertainer and showman who achieved celebrity on the show Saturday Night at the London Palladium, and has since presented game shows such as The Price is Right, Play Your Cards Right, The Generation Game and You Bet.
Bruce Forsyth is one of the U.K.'s most loved and durable stars and has been in show business for more than sixty years.
Sixteen years later in 1958, he became an 'overnight' star when he was chosen to host Sunday Night At The London Palladium and he has remained one of the most influential and popular performers on British television ever since.
www.speakers.co.uk /csaWeb/speaker,BRUFOR   (240 words)

 RedOrbit - Health - Bruce Forsyth Exclusive: I Thought I'D Reached My Sell-By Date When I Got to 76..Now I'M so Busy I ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The man who started his career as Boy Bruce the Mighty Atom is about to explode back on to the box next week to present a second series of Strictly Come Dancing, the show which defied the conventional view that the days of family entertainment on TV were long gone.
He's still, arguably, every bit as ambitious as the Bruce Joseph Forsyth Johnson born in 1928 who grew up in Edmonton, North London, where he started his career tap dancing for friends on the roof of his dad's garage.
In truth Bruce wasn't sure if he even belonged on TV any more, so resistant is he to reality telly.
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 Bruce Forsyth | OMM | The Observer
No getting around it, there's something a little odd about sitting in Bruce Forsyth's house, set amid the fairways of Wentworth, listening to him extolling the virtues of his favourite rock musician.
The group should consider themselves flattered, for Bruce is quick to declare his aversion to rock: 'When Elvis came along, I became an angry young man, but for different reasons to everyone else.
Having misread the insert, Forsyth thought that the album of Radiohead songs was by the band themselves: 'I never thought Radiohead would be up my street, so that was a most pleasant surprise,' he piped.
observer.guardian.co.uk /omm/recorddoctor/story/0,11109,1369014,00.html   (1014 words)

 Bruce Forsyth - UKGameshows
In 1958 he was asked to join one of ITV's early hits, Sunday Night At The London Palladium, which made him into a national celebrity.
He is still best remembered for hosting the Generation Game on the BBC during the 1970s, where Bruce's talent for interacting with the public shone through.
Bruce Forsyth Enterprises Ltd, Straidarran, Wentworth Drive, Virginia Water, Surrey, GU25 4NY
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 Matt Blank - Bruce Forsyth Interview, Entertainer, Presenter, MP3 Download
My interview with Bruce Forsyth was conducted on August 31st 2005.
Bruce Forsyth is one of Britain's best loved entertainers and his catchphrases as a host of many famous game shows have become so popular amongst the public that they are even included in the Oxford Dictionary of Quotations.
In 2006 he was made a CBE by Her Majesty the Queen.
www.mattblank.com /interviews/bruceforsyth   (557 words)

 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Forsyth's old-fashioned appeal
Bruce Forsyth, who has been made a CBE for services to entertainment, made his comeback on the BBC current affairs show Have I Got News For You two years ago.
Also known as Bruce Forsyth's Generation Game, the show saw Forsyth coin the expression "nice to see you, to see you, nice" and marry TV hostess Anthea Redfern of "give us a twirl" fame.
Now a great-grandfather, Forsyth has six children and lives in Surrey with his third wife Wilnelia, a former Miss World who is 30 years his junior.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/entertainment/4570306.stm   (514 words)

 BBC - Comedy Guide - The Bruce Forsyth Show
Although known today primarily for hosting TV game-shows, a genre that he has dominated since first fronting The Generation Game in 1971, Bruce Forsyth (born in north London on 22 February 1928) has always specialised in an all-round entertainment, with the accent firmly on comedy.
Forsyth still gains plenty of laughs from his patter in game-shows but has not performed a dedicated sketch comedy show per se for some years.
Forsyth was the subject of An Audience With...
www.bbc.co.uk /comedy/guide/articles/b/bruceforsythshow_7771030.shtml   (526 words)

 PeoplePlay UK - Bruce Forsyth
Bruce Forsyth started his career entertaining the troops during World War II.
The two girls attempt to swindle Charlie who in turn is trying to rob his partners out of their share of the money.
Forsyth is best known today as one of the most skilful game show hosts on television with The Generation Game, Play Your Cards Right and Bruce's Price is Right.
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 Amazon.co.uk: Strictly Come Dancing: Music: Bruce Forsyth,Tommy Blaize,Laurie Holloway Orchestra,Carol Kenyon,Various ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The waltz at track 7 is excellent and is one of the best modern tunes I have heard for the modern ballroom waltz in recent times.
The band's arrangements of tried and tested standards and ballads are a refreshing mix of old and new with a modern feel.
Bruce's 'Saturday night is the loneliest night of the week' is an upbeat joy.
www.amazon.co.uk /Strictly-Come-Dancing-Bruce-Forsyth/dp/B0006841OC   (761 words)

 SuperShow 8000: Bruce Forsyth's Hot Streak
It's now time for "Bruce Forsyth's Hot Streak!" This show wanted to be on television so badly, only to be cut off so shortly!
This was Bruce Forsyth's first and last game show in the United States.
When you watch Bruce on the TV, you witness a one-of-a-kind blend of humour, quick wit, and entertainment.
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 Bruce Forsyth - DeathList Forum
She was there at Royal Ascot too promting the show with Bruce, and that eastender boy, goodness did u see bruce's wife????
I'd say Brucie, a national treasure and institution, has a good few years in him yet, in fact I think we'll all be asking ourselves if we "were right to go higher" in a good few years time!
Let's just hope that Bruce plays his cards right and doesn't bust this year.
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 Episode 113: Bruce Forsyth - Muppet Wiki - A Wikia wiki
Fozzie Bear has a plan to get back at Statler and Waldorf when he does his act, but is crushed when he's replaced by Bruce Forsyth.
Bruce's song "All I Need Is the Girl" is interrupted by a Gawky Bird.
Bruce and Miss Piggy sing "Let There Be Love."
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