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Dudley Moore

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Net worth 2018: $50 Million
Residence: Hammersmith
Country: British
BirthDay: 19 April 1935
Sigh: Taurus
Died On: March 27, 2002
Education: Magdalen College, Oxford (1958), University of Oxford, Guildhall School of Music and Drama

Dudley Moore was bornon 19 April 1935 in Hammersmith, British. A child prodigy, Dudley Moore earned a music scholarship and began his career in theatre, while still at University. Moore was one of those exceptional, multi-talented entertainers, who amazed his fans with his ability to act and sing. He also excelled as a comedian and became a proficient musician and piano player. This Golden Globe winning actor was recognized as one of the most gifted and widely acclaimed comedians, known for his comic performances with his longtime partner, Peter Cook. Some of his best known films include, ‘Arthur’ and the hit film, ‘10’. He began his acting career with the British stage comedy, ‘Beyond the Fringe’, which became a hit on New York’s Broadway. In a career spanning over 30 years, Moore has received two Golden Globes, an Academy Award nomination and has received a Grammy as well. He was also a part of the legendary British TV series, ‘Not Only... But Also’.


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In 1998, he lent his voice in the American DVD film, ‘The Mighty Kong’, which was an adaptation of the King Kong story


In 1994, he played the role of ‘Dudley Walker’ in the American sitcom, ‘Daddy's Girls’ that was broadcast on the CBS network


In 1990, he played the role of ‘Emory Leeson’ in the comedy film, ‘Crazy People’, directed by Tony Bill


In 1987, he starred in the comedy film, ‘Like Father Like Son’, directed by Rod Daniel


In 1984, he delivered a Golden Globe winning performance in the comedy film, ‘Micki + Maude’, directed by Blake Edwards


He starred in the 1981 film, ‘Arthur’, a critically acclaimed film that became the fourth highest grossing film of that year


In 1980, he was seen in the TV comedy-variety series, ‘The Muppet Show’, which was produced by puppeteer, Jim Henson


His 1979 film, ‘10’, which was hailed as one of the trend setting films of that time, was also that year’s most successful film at the box office


In 1978, he played the role of ‘Doctor Watson’ in the British comedy-spoof, ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’


In 1972, he played the role of ‘Dormouse’ in the British musical film titled, ‘Alice's Adventures in Wonderland’


In 1969, he also came out with his jazz album, titled, ‘The Dudley Moore Trio’, which was released in U


In 1966, he appeared in the British comedy film, ‘The Wrong Box’, which was directed by Bryan Forbes


In 1965, he starred in the immensely popular British BBC TV series, ‘Not Only


In the early 1960s, he became a part of the cast for the British comedy stage revue, ‘Beyond the Fringe’

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