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James Cameron Davidson OBE (brought into the world 13 December 1953) is an English professional comic who facilitated the network shows Huge Break and The Age Game. He likewise created grown-up emulate shows, for example, Boobs in the Wood and Sinderella.

Davidson has pulled in discussion for his successive jokes about ladies, ethnic minorities, gay people and debilitated individuals, however he keeps up that he isn’t biased against these groups.[1]

The child of a Scottish dad from Glasgow[2] and Irish mother from Plug, Davidson was brought into the world in Kidbrooke, London, and went to Kidbrooke Park Elementary School, Blackheath, and St Austin’s School in Charlton. Having dazzled a few colleagues of his dad with impressions of big names, he was picked to show up in Ralph Peruser’s Group Show at the Golders Green Hippodrome matured 12 and showed up on TV in the Billy Cotton Band Show. He likewise momentarily went to a phase school in Woolwich.

After leaving school he was a drummer for bar groups and functioned as a general store rack stacker, a courier, air ticket assistant for a travel service, a clerk for Divider’s frozen yogurt, for Rank Xerox (having prepared as a reprographics administrator) and as a window cleaner.[3]

Davidson discovered his way into the stage when as a standard in a bar in Woolwich, he embraced a demonstration after the normal comic had not turned up. He at that point turned into a standard on the London satire circuit, and first tried out for A promising circumstance Thumps in 1975, fruitlessly; he was advised by Hughie Green to “disappear”. His tryout for New Faces was more fruitful, and he continued to win the show by one, and afterward to come next in the generally speaking contest.[4]

His prosperity was immediately trailed by a lot more appearances on TV, remembering What’s for Next and his very own few arrangement show The Jim Davidson Show (1979–1982) which ran for five complete arrangement and won Davidson the television Times grant as “Most entertaining Man on TV”.

Davidson showed up on a version of the BBC1 arrangement Ocean side Uncommon, appeared on 20 August 1977, facilitated by Tony Blackburn and David Hamilton. The Stage’s analyst, Martyn Swim, was not intrigued: “jokester Jim Davidson had just won first prize for absence of taste with unrefined bigoted jokes following the undertakings of a person of color whose epithet was Pale and whose different names included Tissue Roll. ‘Light come and I gotta sign on’ is a delegate line from Mr Davidson’s act.”[5]

He featured in television sitcoms Up the Elephant and Round the Manor (1983–1985) and Home James! (1987–1990). His limited show for Thames TV, Stand Up Jim Davidson (1990),[6] was recorded at London’s Sovereignty Theatre.[7]

Davidson got known for Enormous Break (1991–2002) and as the third host of The Age Game (1995–2002), as the replacement to Bruce Forsyth and Larry Grayson. In September 2007, Davidson showed up in the third arrangement of Damnation’s Kitchen (2007) in the UK, and in May 2008 he showed up in the BBC’s Satire Guide of England.

On 2 January 2013, Davidson was set to turn into a housemate in the 11th arrangement of Big name Older sibling, yet was captured at Heathrow Air terminal by cops working on Activity Yewtree.[8] On 3 January 2014, a year in the wake of being captured and without being charged, he turned into a housemate in the show’s thirteenth arrangement. On 29 January 2014, he went out as the winner.[9]

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