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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Denis_NordenDenis Norden - Wikipedia

    Denis Mostyn Norden CBE (6 February 1922 – 19 September 2018) was an English comedy writer and television presenter. After an early career working in cinemas, he began scriptwriting during the Second World War. From 1948 to 1959, he co-wrote the BBC Radio comedy programme Take It from Here with Frank Muir.

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    • 1941–2006
    • Radio & television writer, Television presenter, Radio personality
    • ITV
  2. 19/09/2018 · TV presenter and comedy writer Denis Norden has died aged 96 One day, three young comics went to find some lights for a show they were doing. They were entertaining the RAF in northern Germany and...

  3. 19/09/2018 · TV host and comedy writer Denis Norden has died aged 96, his family has said. The It'll Be Alright on the Night host died on Wednesday after spending "many weeks" at the Royal Free Hospital in...

  4. Denis Mostyn Norden CBE (6 de febrero de 1922-19 de septiembre de 2018) fue un escritor de comedia y presentador de televisión inglés. Después de una carrera temprana trabajando en cines, comenzó a escribir guiones durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial . De 1948 a 1959, coescribió el programa de comedia de BBC Radio Take it from Here! con Frank Muir .

  5. Denis Norden was born in Hackney, London. He has English and Polish ancestry and was raised in a Jewish family. He left the City of London School at 17 to work in cinema management. Norden began writing for troop shows while serving in the RAF. Many of Norden’s greatest creative achievements were in partnership with Frank Muir.

  6. 19/09/2018 · 51 There were three distinct strands to the career of Denis Norden, who has died aged 96, all extremely successful. With his partner, Frank Muir, he was among Britain’s top radio and television...

  7. Denis Mostyn Norden CBE (6 February 1922 – 19 September 2018) was an English comedy writer and television presenter. After an early career working in cinemas, he began scriptwriting during the Second World War. From 1948 to 1959, he co-wrote the successful BBC Radio comedy programme Take it from Here! with Frank Muir.