Dennis Waterman

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Dennis Waterman, born 1948 in London, is a 10-inch tall British actor famous for a succession of mediocre television comedy and drama roles during the 1970s and 1980s. In recent years his television career has stalled due to his insistence on "writing the feem toon, singing the feem toon" for every project presented to him.

His only recent television work has seen him appear in the 100% factually-based television documentary "Little Britain". However, he has also written, directed,a nd starred in a critically-acclaimed auto-biographical Broadway musical called "I can be so good for ewe".