On February 24, 1992, he suffered a mild heart attack and was advised by doctors to get a heart bypass done
In 1991, the last TV work of his career, 'Benny Hill's World Tour: New York!' was released
In 1989, his television career came to an end, after the production of 'The Benny Hill Show' was cancelled due to heavy production costs and reduced show ratings
In 1986, he appeared in the video of 'Anything She Does', a song by the British rock band, 'Genesis'
In 1985, a computer game, ‘Benny Hill's Madcap Chase’, which was a ZX Spectrum videogame, featured him
In 1971, he came out with the novelty song, 'Ernie (The Fastest Milkman in the West)’, which he wrote and performed
In 1969, he played the role of 'Professor Simon Peach' in the British caper film titled, 'The Italian Job'
In 1968, he appeared in the British musical film titled, ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang', which was based on the Ian Fleming novel 'Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang: The Magical Car'
The programme went on for three seasons, running until 1966
In 1965, he played the minor role of 'Fire Chief Perkins' in the British comedy film, 'Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines'
In 1964, he began to host his own radio programme titled, 'Benny Hill Time' on the BBC Radio's Light Programme
In 1963, he came out with the short comedy song, ‘Harvest Of Love', which he also co-wrote and performed
In 1961, he came out with the comedy song titled, ‘Gather in the Mushrooms', which did well on the UK Singles Chart
In 1956, he played the role of 'Hugo Dill', a detective who goes on a mission, in the British comedy film, 'Who Done It?’ The film was directed by Basil Dearden
Best known for his TV comedy show, 'The Benny Hill Show', a hit comedy show which ran from 1955 to 1991
He was initially employed as a radio performer and it was in 1950 that he made his debut on the television screen, with the show ‘Hi There’
On January 5, 2018, the second single "River" was released, which featured Ed Sheeran
In September 2017, a company called Royalty Flow (a subsidiary of Royalty Exchange), filed to issue an IPO under SEC Regulation A+ to raise money with the intent of purchasing either 15% or 25% of Eminem’s former production team’s (The Bass Brothers, aka FBT Productions) share of his sound recording royalties
On November 22, 2016, Eminem released a trailer for a 10-minute short documentary called Partners in Rhyme: The True Story of Infinite
In January 2015, TMZ reported that Hotstylz was suing the rapper and his label, Shady Records, for the amount of $8 million, for using the 25 second sample of "Lookin' Boy" on his song "Rap God", without their permission
The rapper had a cameo appearance as himself in the 2014 film, The Interview
Although Eminem was offered the lead role in the 2013 science-fiction film Elysium, he turned it down because director Neill Blomkamp would not change its location from Los Angeles to Detroit
Eminem announced on May 24, 2012, that he was working on his next album, scheduled for release the following year
In August 2011, Eminem was called the King of Hip-Hop by Rolling Stone, which analyzed album sales, R&B, hip-hop and rap chart positions, YouTube views, social media, concert grosses, industry awards and critical ratings of solo rappers who released music from 2009 to the first half of 2011
In 2010, Eminem's music generated 94 million streams (more than any other musical artist), and in May 2014 Spotify called him the most-streamed artist of all time
Eminem had a cameo appearance, arguing with Ray Romano, in the 2009 film Funny People
Eminem's autobiography, The Way I Am, was published October 21, 2008
"In December 2007, Eminem was hospitalized after a methadone overdose he had first bought from a dealer who had told him it was "just like Vicodin, and easier on [your] liver"
On December 5, 2006, the compilation album Eminem Presents: The Re-Up was released on Shady Records
In 2005 Eminem signed another Atlanta rapper, Bobby Creekwater, and West Coast rapper Cashis to Shady Records
They reunited in 2004 for their second album, D12 World, which included the hit singles "My Band" and "How Come"
He recorded several new songs for the soundtrack, including "Lose Yourself" (which won an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 2003 and became the longest-running #1 hip hop single in history)
Eminem signed his Detroit collective, D12, and rapper Obie Trice to the label and signed 50 Cent in a 2002 joint venture with Dr
After small roles in the 2001, film The Wash and as an extra in the 1998 Korn music video for Got the Life (during which he gave the band a demo tape), Eminem made his Hollywood debut in the quasi-autobiographical 2002 film 8 Mile
The Eminem Show, The Marshall Mathers LP, and Encore were ranked the third-, seventh- and fortieth-bestselling albums of the 2000–2009 decade, respectively, by the magazine
After Eminem's Multi-Platinum record sales, Interscope offered him his own label; the rapper and Paul Rosenberg founded Shady Records in late 1999
Hip-hop magazine The Source featured Eminem in its "Unsigned Hype" column in March 1998
After he was evicted from his home, Eminem went to Los Angeles to compete in the 1997 Rap Olympics, an annual, nationwide battle rap competition
The album was a commercial failure upon its release in 1996
Their daughter Hailie was born on December 25, 1995
When Polkinghorn committed suicide in 1991, Eminem stopped speaking for days and did not attend his funeral
Kim and her twin sister Dawn had run away from home; they moved in with Eminem and his mother when he was 15, and he began an on-and-off relationship with Kim in 1989
In 1987, Debbie allowed runaway Kimberly Ann "Kim" Scott to stay at their home; several years later, Eminem began an on-and-off relationship with Scott
He was 83rd on Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time and 79th on the VH1 100 Greatest Artists of All Time lists
One bully, De'Angelo Bailey, severely injured Eminem's head (mentioned in his song "Brain Damage"); Debbie filed a lawsuit against the school in 1982, which was dismissed the following year
Marshall Bruce Mathers III was born on October 17, 1972, in St
At the 57th Grammy Awards, he received Best Rap Album award for The Marshall Mathers LP 2 and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration (with Rihanna) for "The Monster"
The song has since been ranked 296th on Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" list
Rolling Stone ranked it the seventh-best album of the first decade of the 21st century