Sir Cliff Richard OBE (born Harry Rodger Webb, 14 October 1940) is a British pop singer, musician, performer, actor and philanthropist. He has been a resident for most of his life in the United Kingdom, but in 2010 confirmed that he is now a citizen of Barbados. He divides his...Wikipedia
Born: 14th October, 1940, Lucknow, India
Height: 5' 10½" (179 cm)
Claim to Fame: Singing Hits like Summer Holiday & The Young Ones
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21 Today is the fifth studio album by singer Cliff Richard. It was released on 14 October 1961, the exact date of Cliff Richard's 21st birthday and reached No. 1 in the UK album chart.
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Sir Cliff Richard has celebrated half a century at the top of the charts with a gathering of showbusiness friends. Cilla Black, who caused a sensation on the catwalk this week when she showed off her shapely legs while wearing very little at a charity fashion show, opted for a rather more demure outfit at the event. She arrived with her regular date, Reading Football Club chairman John Madejski. Gloria Hunniford was also at The Dorchester hotel in London, in the tribute event organised by the Variety Club Children`s Charity. Sir Cliff, 67, and the broadcaster... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 6 years ago
Sir Cliff Richard`s mother Dorothy has died after a decade-long battle with Alzheimer`s disease.
He was not with his mother when she died because he is currently on a visit to the U.S.
She died in the residential care home where she spent her final years.
A spokeswoman for the star said: "Sir Cliff has been out of the country for some weeks. From what we understand, the death was quite sudden.
"He is now making plans to return to the UK for the funeral."
A statement on the star`s website said: "We are sad to report that Cliff`s mother,... Read More
Posted by s13_gal 7 years ago
In the political climate, this whole political correctness thing bugs me like mad. I was so upset when they said they were going to call the lights in London winter lights. I`m saying, "Hello, I`ve got friends who are Asian, I wish them Happy Diwali, they wish me Happy Christmas". In fact, they enjoy Christmas. And when I`ve been there and there`s Diwali going on I`ve enjoyed that, too, to be honest with you. I`m not so sure why they`re so upset about the sensitivity of other religions who actually don`t mind that we celebrate Christmas. Even in schools now I keep reading about how Christianity isn`t necessarily taught anymore. I`m thinking, "Wait a minute. If I went to live in another country and it had a different faith and philosophy and I joined in there . . . If I was a kid and went to school, I would have to learn what they learn as well".
If I`m in the middle of hitting a most fantastic cross-court backhand top spin and someone says, "Can you stop now and have sex?" I`ll say, "No, thanks!:
Winner of the British Record Industry Award for British Male Solo Artist in 1977.
He figures prominently in Brendan O'Carroll's hilarious comic novel, "The Mammy" in which Agnes Browne, the main character, fulfills her life-long dream of "a dance with Cliff Richard on Christmas Eve" at the end of the novel. In the film Agnes Browne (1999) (The Mammy), he was replaced by Tom Jones, who plays himself.