Frank Muir
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Born in Ramsgate, Kent
Born on 5th of February 1920
Died on 2nd of January 1998

Born 1920. Died 1998 - English writer and broadcaster.

Served in the RAF during WWII. Began professional partnership with Dennis Norden with 1947 until 1964. Wrote radio comedy series Take If From Here (1947-58) and Whack-O! (1958-60). Appeared on game show Call My Bluff. Published Oxford Book of Humorous Prose (1989), took 17 years to compile and edit.

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