Johnny Lockwood - Number 96 (TV Series), Jack Hylton, Sunnyside Up, Oliver!, The Mavis Bramston Show
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Johnny Lockwood (born 7 December 1920 in London, UK) is an English, Australian-based actor and comedy performer, possibly best known for his role in the 1970s television soap opera Number 96, playing Hungarian Jewish deli-proprieter Aldo Godolfus. Lockwood had always wanted to perform on stage. Was orphaned at age 11 and at 14 applied to a job as a dancer in a touring show. He continued to develop his talents and by 18 was given a contract by Jack Hylton as a comedian. World War II intervened and Lockwood joined the RAF in 1942 and was discharged in 1944. Lockwood returned to performing, working in vaudeville, pantomime, radio and television. In 1949 performed in the Royal Command Performance at the London Coliseum. During the performance he tripped and fell, suffering a bloody nose. His quip to the audience "Well, they told me you wanted blood tonight" was widely reported by the press.
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