Max Miller 1894-1963
The Pure Gold of the Music Hall
Max Miller, Britain’s top comedian in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s was born in Brighton, England. He excelled as a stand-up comic playing in large variety theatres where his skill was such that he could hold an audience in the ‘palm of his hand’. He also made films, wrote and sang his own songs.
Max was renowned for telling risqué jokes. He used innuendo and when on stage would woo his audience paying particular attention to the ladies. Much of his material was too blue for broadcasting. The song, Let’s Have A Ride on Your Bicycle was banned by the BBC until it became too popular and public opinion forced the Corporation to lift the ban.
The Max Miller Appreciation Society
The Max Miller Appreciation Society was established in January 1999 in Brighton to celebrate its hero Max Miller, the Cheeky Chappie. It has over 250 members world-wide and is proud to be supported by an array of esteemed celebrities. For further information, go to MMAS PAGE. For latest news, go to NEWS
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