Where did Larry Grayson live in Nuneaton?

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His new-found wealth brought him a detached home in Nuneaton, where he lived with his adoptive sister Flo. The pair moved for a while to Torquay but then settled back in Nuneaton, at Harcourt Gardens near the town centre.

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Keeping this in view, where did Larry Grayson live?

Nuneaton Torquay

One may also ask, why did Larry Grayson say shut that door? It was while he performed as Billy Breen at the New Pavilion Theatre Redcar (now the Regent Cinema) that he started using his familiar catchphrase "shut that door" when a side door had been left open causing a cold breeze to blow across the stage straight from the sea.

Consequently, where did Larry Grayson live in Torquay?

Ilsham Marine Drive

What year did Larry Grayson die?

January 7, 1995

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Has Larry Grayson died?

January 7, 1995

What was Larry Grayson worth?

Larry Grayson Net Worth
Estimated Net Worth in 2019 $1 Million - $5 Million (Approx.)
Previous Year's Net Worth (2018) $100,000 - $1 Million
Annual Salary Under Review.
Income Source Primary Income source Comedian (profession).

Who says shut that door?

Larry Grayson, a big star in the 1970s and 1980s, had a number of catchphrases but his most famous was “shut that door!"

Where did Larry Grayson come from?

Banbury, United Kingdom

Where did Larry die?

Nuneaton, United Kingdom

When was Larry Grayson born?

August 31, 1923

Who presented the Generation Game?

The Generation Game began on BBC One in 1971, with Sir Bruce Forsyth as its longest-serving host. The entertainer fronted the show for two spells from 1971 to 1977 and 1990 to 1994. The Generation Game was presented by Larry Grayson between 1978 and 1982 and Jim Davidson from 1995 to 2002.

Who was Slack Alice?

Slack Alice may refer to: A slovenly woman (colloquial); mostly in the English North Country, especially Yorkshire (late C. 19–20) An imaginary friend of comedian Larry Grayson and title of the B-side of his August 1972 single, "Shut That Door"