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Born on February 14, 1914 in Coventry, Warwickshire, England.
Spouses: Lisa Mayer-Dixon (1952 - his death)
Josephine (? - 1948(her death)) Have 1 child.
Died on June 25, 1984.

 

TV Appearances

(1981)Seconds Out-Round 6: Almost a Celebrity (Henry Fisher)
(1973)Looks Familiar Ep 1.12 (Guest)
(Aug 19, 1971)The Good Old Days
(1966)Hugh and I-Troubled Waters
(1960)Inside Story-The Show Mustn't Go On (Ted Burrows)
(1957)The Call Boy Ep 1.2
(1956)Let's Stay Home
(1956)Home James
(1955-56)Confidentially (Presenter)
(1955)Variety Parade Ep 1.17

(1955)No Smoking (Reg Bates)
©Tempean Films

(1955)Channel Nine (Performer)
(1953)Love in Pawn (Albert Trusslove)
(1953)Face the Music
(1953)Stars at Blackpool
(1952)Zip Goes a Million (Percy Piggott)

Image in this section used with permission from:
http://www.aveleyman.com

 

AYBS Stats

AYBS Timeframe: 1976

Episode: "No Sale"

 

Magazine/Newspaper/Articles

 

Audio/Video/Books/Official Websites

Wrote song in 1949: CONFIDENTIALLY (signature tune)

Catchphrase-'I'm not well, I'm proper poorly.'

Video

Pathe Pictorial -Britain In 'Colour' In The 1930s

Segment:
(1959)"Hometown" - Special Report On Coventry With Reg Dixon

 

 

 

Trivia

-Radio comedian (1940s and 1950s) in Britain.

(Michael (For letting me use this image of rex Dixon and info from his Swalwelluk website)).

 

 

 

Theater

(1953)"Zip Goes A Million" at the Palace Theatre.

Performed at Sandown Pavilion.

(1957)Jack and the Beanstalk w/Beryl Reid

(1964-1965) Reg Dixon and Freddie Sales (Ocean Hotel)

(1970)Reg Dixon and the Square Pegs

(1973) Reg Dixon & Arthur Tolcher