Keith Chegwin Wiki Biography, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Family
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Keith Chegwin was born on 17 January, 1957 in Walton, Liverpool, United Kingdom, is a Broadcaster, actor. Discover Keith Chegwin’s Wiki Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 60 years old?
|Age||60 years old|
|Born||17 January 1957|
|Birthplace||Walton, Liverpool, United Kingdom|
|Date of death||December 11, 2017,|
|Died Place||Shropshire, United Kingdom|
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Keith Chegwin Height, Weight & Measurements
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Who Is Keith Chegwin’s Wife?
His wife is Maria Anne Chegwin (m. 2000–2017), Maggie Philbin (m. 1982–1993)
|Wife||Maria Anne Chegwin (m. 2000–2017), Maggie Philbin (m. 1982–1993)|
|Children||Rose Chegwin, Ted Chegwin|
Keith Chegwin Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Keith Chegwin worth at the age of 60 years old? Keith Chegwin’s income source is mostly from being a successful Broadcaster. He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Keith Chegwin’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Broadcaster|
Keith Chegwin Social Network
Chegwin performed in West End stage shows such as Tom Brown’s School Days with Russell Grant and Simon Le Bon; The Good Old Bad Old Days with Anthony Newley; and Captain Pugwash by John Kennett at the King’s Road Theatre in 1973. He had a career as a singer, releasing singles on the Cherub and Pye record labels, such as “I’ll Never Fall in Love Again” (1977), but turned down an offer to front the band Kenny (who had a number 3 hit in the UK Singles Chart with “The Bump”). He also worked as a disc jockey for 194 Radio City in Liverpool, and worked at BBC Radio 1 on Tony Blackburn’s weekend morning show for four years.
He died on 11 December 2017 of the lung disease idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
On 11 December 2017, Chegwin’s family announced that he had died after a long illness from the lung disease idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. He had admitted smoking 60 cigarettes a day. He died at his home in Shropshire, aged 60, having moved there earlier in 2017.
In later years Chegwin was a popular pantomime dame and in March 2016 appeared in the Easter pantomime tour of Beauty and the Beast.
In 2015 he took part in the fifteenth series of Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 5. On 6 February, he finished in fourth place. He took part in the 2015 series of Celebrity MasterChef, won by Kimberly Wyatt of the Pussycat Dolls. In the same year he made a cameo appearance as himself in BBC Two’s comedy-drama A Gert Lush Christmas where he is revealed to be a friend of Tony (Greg Davies). He also hosted the 2015 BAFTA television and film industry awards.
On 19 October 2013 he took part in a celebrity episode of The Chase. In September 2014 he was a contestant on BBC1’s Pointless Celebrities show.
Chegwin was originally set to take part in the seventh series of Dancing on Ice, but he was forced to withdraw after breaking three ribs and fracturing his shoulder on the first day of training with Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean. Chegwin joined the eighth series of Dancing on Ice partnered with Olga Sharutenko. Chegwin was eliminated on 17 February 2013. From October to January 2013, he played the part of Drosselmeyer in the ‘Nutcracker On Ice’ with prestigious Imperial Ice Stars from Russia at the London Palladium.
Chegwin was known for his off-the-cuff ad-lib style of broadcasting and stated that no one had ever written a word for him. In 2012, he was scheduled to take part in the sixth series of Dancing on Ice, but he was forced to withdraw after breaking three ribs and fracturing his shoulder on the first day of training. In 2015, he was a housemate on Celebrity Big Brother Series 15 where he finished in fourth place.
In November 2011 Chegwin played himself in the comedy horror film Kill Keith. He made an appearance in Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant’s comedy series Life’s Too Short with Shaun Williamson and Les Dennis. In August 2012, he was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the National Reality TV Awards.
In 2010 Chegwin attracted a lot of criticism from other comedians for posting other acts’ jokes on his Twitter account without crediting them. He posted jokes written by Jimmy Carr, Lee Mack and Milton Jones.
In 2007 Chegwin voiced and starred in the quiz-based video game Cheggers Party Quiz, in which a CGI version of himself acts as a quizmaster. The game was developed by Oxygen Interactive and released on Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2, and PC. The game was met with mixed reviews.
Chegwin worked for seven years on GMTV. In 2006 he appeared as himself in an episode of Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant’s comedy series Extras. Chegwin frequently wrote jingles for the Chris Moyles Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 1. For seven years he ran his own web based bingo site Cheggersbingo.
His early career saw him performing in such West End stage shows as Tom Brown’s School Days and Captain Pugwash. He also had a career as a singer, releasing singles on the Pye Records label and worked as a disc jockey for 194 Radio City in Liverpool. He spent four years at BBC Radio 1 on Tony Blackburn’s weekend morning show. In 2000, he presented the Channel 5 nudist game-show Naked Jungle, appearing naked except for a hat and later describing it as “the worst career move” in his life.
In 2000 Chegwin presented his own internet TV show, where his daily audience for the seven-week trial reached over 250,000. Chegwin presented the Yorkshire Television-made Channel 5 nudist gameshow Naked Jungle, appearing naked except for a hat. He identified making the show as “the worst career move” in his life.
Chegwin was known for his off-the-cuff ad-lib style of broadcasting. He stated that no one had ever written a word for him. Chegwin’s career waned in the late 1980s and 1990s, due to his alcoholism, as detailed, in his own words, in his semi autobiographical book, Shaken But Not Stirred. In 1990, he hosted the live nightly Sky talent programme Sky Star Search. Chegwin stopped drinking after his appearance on the Richard and Judy show This Morning on 5 November 1992. Chegwin’s career regained speed in 1993 when he presented the “Down Your Doorstep” outside broadcast segment on The Big Breakfast. He subsequently hosted the show and, in 1999, went on to present a revived version of the 1970s gameshow It’s a Knockout on Channel 5. He also toured the country hosting Graham Fisher’s International Knockout for corporate and charity events.
From 1982 to 1993, Chegwin was married to presenter Maggie Philbin with whom he had a daughter, Rose. He later married Maria Anne Fielden; they had a son, Ted.
His last major acting role was the title role in the film Robin Hood Junior (1975), although he had two small roles with Tom Courtenay in the Chester Mystery Cycle (1976) and some years later in the film Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? (1999). He appeared in TV ads for products such as Pepsi and Cadbury Creme Eggs as well as for Ready Brek, Toffos and Tizer, and was also associated with the Freemans catalogue.
In 1973 he appeared in the pilot episode of Open All Hours. After that he had parts in The Liver Birds, The Adventures of Black Beauty, My Old Man, Village Hall, Z-Cars (both 1974), ITV’s The Wackers and The Tomorrow People serial Worlds Away (both 1975).
In the mid 1970s, Chegwin moved away from acting, becoming a household name presenting programmes such as Multi-Coloured Swap Shop (1976–82), Cheggers Plays Pop (1978–86) and, in the 1980s, Saturday Superstore. As Brown Sauce, he and Swap Shop co-presenters Noel Edmonds and Maggie Philbin released the pop single “I Wanna Be a Winner”, which reached number 15 in January 1982, and a follow-up single as the Saucers called “Spring Has Sprung”. On Swap Shop and Superstore, he was featured in outside broadcasts; on Swap Shop they were called Swaparama, appearing at outdoor venues around Britain, where he helped children swap their toys. On Superstore, Chegwin had a similar role.
While at school, Chegwin auditioned and gained roles on TV, film and stage. He appeared in Children’s Film Foundation productions, including as Egghead Wentworth in The Troublesome Double (1967) and Egghead’s Robot (1970). His most prestigious acting role was that of Fleance in Roman Polanski’s film Macbeth (1971); he also had a small role in the film The Optimists of Nine Elms (1973).
Keith Chegwin (17 January 1957 – 11 December 2017) was an English television presenter and actor, appearing in several children’s entertainment shows in the 1970s and 1980s, including Multi-Coloured Swap Shop and Cheggers Plays Pop.
Chegwin was born in Walton, Liverpool, on 17 January 1957. He entered an end-of-the-pier talent competition in Rhyl, North Wales, and later joined ‘The Happy Wanderers’, a concert party that toured the pubs and clubs of the North West. He was then spotted by June Collins (mother of Phil Collins) of the Barbara Speake Stage School on Junior Showtime, a Yorkshire Television children’s talent series. She invited him to London to audition for the stage show Mame with Ginger Rogers. He attended stage school with his twin brother, Jeff. As part of a play he performed in at the school, Chegwin sang the first song that Phil Collins ever wrote.
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