Jeremy Lloyd was born 22 July 1930 and died 23 December 2014
- Laughter crosses boundaries of class and age… Humour is universal.
- You never write a catchphrase; you never write something and say, ‘This is going to be a catchphrase.’ You just write the show, and then in the course of the show, somebody says something, and for some reason it gets a laugh.
- As a result of my life on the road and the increasing number of rainy afternoons in cinemas, I began to get the idea that I might write a film.
John Jeremy Lloyd was an English writer, screenwriter, author, poet, and actor. He was best known as co-author and writer of several successful British sitcoms, including Are You Being Served? and ‘Allo ‘Allo!.
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