A white postcard signed with a felt-tip pen by Eric Sykes, the English radio, television and film writer, actor and director whose performing career spanned more than 50 years. He wrote for, and/or performed with, many leading comedy performers and writers of the period, including Tony Hancock, Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers, John Antrobus and Johnny Speight. Sykes first came to prominence as a writer and actor in the 1950s, most notably through his collaboration on The Goon Show scripts. He became a TV star in his own right in the early 1960s when he appeared with Hattie Jacques in the long-running BBC television series Sykes and a.... , which ran for nearly 20 years.
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