David Graeme Garden OBE (born 18 February 1943) is a Scottish author, actor, comedian, artist and television presenter, who first became known as a member of The Goodies.
Read more about Graeme Garden: Early Life and Beginnings in Comedy, 1970s and The Goodies, I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, Stage Appearances, Other Roles, Recent Appearances, Personal Life and Family, Bibliography
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... Writers and cast in order of appearance Robin Hood Written by Graeme Garden and John Cleese Story narration – sung by David Hatch 'Curtain' – Tim Brooke-Taylor Maid Marion ...
... Graeme Oddie — played by Graeme Garden Bill's son Graeme resembles Graeme Garden, but he acts very much like Bill Oddie ... Graeme Oddie, who is an eccentric and violent sportsman, wears sports clothes ... Tim Garden — played by Tim Brooke-Taylor Graeme's son Tim resembles Tim Brooke-Taylor, but his interests are similar to those of Graeme Garden ...
... Monty Python's Graham Chapman and John Cleese and The Goodies Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie were among the regular writers ... Chapman and Garden both trained as doctors ... Graeme Garden also appeared as a "Television Presenter" in the episode "Doctor on the Box" ...
... version of "House of the Rising Sun", with Graeme Garden singing a fairly straight version of the song and the rest of the group providing highly-mannered interjections of ... Goodies' heyday in the 1970s, Brooke-Taylor, Garden and Oddie would have a Top Ten hit with the song "Funky Gibbon" which reached #4, which they sang live on Top of the Pops, as well as the Amnesty ... During another Goodies' episode "That Old Black Magic", Graeme Garden acts like an ape to the accompaniment of the Bill Oddie song "Stuff The Gibbon" — and, in yet another Goodies' episode, "Radio Goodies" the ...
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“These are thy wonders, Lord of love,
To make us see we are but flowers that glide.
Which when we once can finde and prove,
Thou hast a garden for us where to bide.”
—George Herbert (15931633)