Born in Salisbury, Wiltshire, Michael Crawford began his career as a boy soprano in Benjamin Britten’s Let’s Make an Opera.
Mr. Crawford became a favorite with international audiences during the long-running comedy, No Sex Please – We’re British, which was one of the London Stage’s most popular tourist attractions. He later captured the hearts of television audiences as the star of the long-running BBC-TV comedy series, Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em, which first aired in the ’70’s and is still being shown – and receiving top ratings – in countries around the world. For this series, Mr. Crawford was voted the Funniest Man on Television by readers of the TV Times, and Television Actor of the Year by The Sun.
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