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Harry Hill

Harry Hill 82, of Duncan passed away peacefully Friday Nov. 4, 2022 surrounded by his family. Harry was born on December 18, 1939 in Duncan, AZ to Charles and Rilda Hill. He was the last of his siblings Frances, Rilda Jane, Bessie, Ella Mae, Charles, William and Martha Jane. He was also preceded in death by his daughter-in-law Bonnie Hill, son-in-law Joe Acosta and ex-wife Phillis Wright.
DUNCAN, AZ
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Crash! Harry Hill says house prices could fall by 20% – do you agree?

Around this time of the year the property industry and the media begin the annual round of navel gazing as they set about predicting what house prices will do in the coming twelve months. About these predictions only one thing is certain. Most will be spectacularly wrong. No matter how...
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Harry Hill joins artists to have interactive works displayed across London

Harry Hill is among a number of artists to have their work publicly displayed in interactive exhibits in London’s West End.The comedian has unveiled a trail of small green figures in a piece, titled Harry Hill’s Alien Art Adventure alongside works made by Zarah Hussain and Fiona Quadri.The exhibits are part of public showcase Brighter Future, developed with the National Gallery X (NGX) and other prestigious arts institutions.Hill’s intergalactic journey follows the five alien sculptures, with each one accompanying one of the competition artworks.Visitors are invited to join a creative tour of the area through an immersive augmented reality trail,...
BBC

Harry Hill unveils alien artwork in Piccadilly Circus

Harry Hill is among a number of artists to publicly display artwork in exhibits in London's West End. The comedian unveiled a trail of small green figures in a piece titled Harry Hill's Alien Art Adventure. It is part of the public show Brighter Future, developed with the National Gallery...

Aliens invade Piccadilly Circus in public art display by comedian Harry Hill

Aliens have invaded Picadilly Circus thanks to comedian Harry Hill, who is among a number of artists to have their work publicly displayed in London’s West End.The exhibition, Brighter Future, sees Hill’s work – a trail of sculpted green aliens – appear around the famous junction, alongside work by artists Zarah Hussain and Fiona Quadri.“So this is artwork I have made and there are several of them dotted around,” Hill explained.“All of them have a QR code on them, where you can scan it with your smartphone and meet real aliens.”Click here to sign up for our newsletters. Read More Dont Pay UK: What is it and what do they do?BBC Radio 2's Paul O'Grady quits showIssey Miyake: Japanese fashion designer and friend of Steve Jobs dies aged 84

Harry Hill joins artists to have interactive works displayed across London

Harry Hill is among a number of artists to have their work publicly displayed in interactive exhibits in London’s West End.The comedian has unveiled a trail of small green figures in a piece, titled Harry Hill’s Alien Art Adventure alongside works made by Zarah Hussain and Fiona Quadri.The exhibits are part of public showcase Brighter Future, developed with the National Gallery X (NGX) and other prestigious arts institutions.Hill’s intergalactic journey follows the five alien sculptures, with each one accompanying one of the competition artworks.Visitors are invited to join a creative tour of the area through an immersive augmented reality trail,...
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Must Reads: Why Harry Hill gave up medicine

Fight! by Harry Hill (Hodder £10.99, 320 pp) As A medical student in London, Matthew Hall dabbled in comedy, once writing a sketch in which he featured as a pancreas. For some reason, the lure of comedy seemed stronger than life as a doctor, whose grim (and sometimes comic) encounters with mortality served only to convince him that life is short, and he should stick to what he loved.
digitalspy.com

Harry Hill reveals he faced EastEnders backlash over TV Burp

Comedian Harry Hill has revealed that some of the EastEnders cast were not happy about being featured on Harry Hill's TV Burp. The former ITV comedy series highlighted any "silly" moments from broadcast TV, and Hill would comment on the funny and absurd dialogue or acting. Hill and his team...
The Guardian

Harry Hill on Sean Lock: ‘The comedian’s comedian who took us all by surprise’

Sean was maybe a year ahead of me on the London comedy club scene and already had a reputation among comics as one to watch. He was really original and exciting and I wanted to be his friend. Physically tough, comfortable in himself and cool like Steve McQueen was cool, he was great company – very bright and naturally witty. He didn’t have to try too hard; he wasn’t one of those comics who was full of nervous energy and felt the need to be permanently “on”. We ended up sharing a flat together in Edinburgh for the festival. On his poster that year he billed himself as “The Natty Rebel Returns”. I liked that: “The Natty Rebel.”
Telegraph

‘He was joking to the end’: Sean Lock remembered by Bill Bailey, Harry Hill and Miles Jupp

Corporate gigs are the dark underbelly of comedy – unsexy, uncelebrated, and punishingly hard to nail. For most comedians, the paycheque is their only compensation. Not Sean Lock. “He took great pride in doing the hardest gigs," says Harry Hill of his friend and fellow comedian. “He told me he did a gig for the scaffolders’ awards, and he said: ‘I just wrote 25 jokes about scaffolders – why don’t you give scaffolders a long lunch break? Because any longer and you’d have to teach them how to do it again.’”