William Henry Kerr
Bill Kerr (born 10 June 1922, Cape Town, South Africa – died 28 August 2014, Perth, Western Australia, Australia) was a South African-born Australian actor, comedian and vaudevillian. Beginning as a child performer in Australia, he moved to Britain after World War II and developed a career as a performer in comedy, especially gaining notice in the radio version of Hancock's Half Hour. In 1979 Kerr returned to Australia and developed a second career as a character actor.
|GGL 0245, GGL.0245||Tony Hancock, Sidney James*, Hattie Jacques, Bill Kerr, Kenneth Williams||Tony Hancock, Sidney James*, Hattie Jacques, Bill Kerr, Kenneth Williams - Pieces Of Hancock (Album, Comp)||Pye Golden Guinea Records||GGL 0245, GGL.0245||UK||1960||Sell This Version|
|REB 150M||Tony Hancock with Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Hattie Jacques & Bill Kerr||Tony Hancock with Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Hattie Jacques & Bill Kerr - Unique Hancock (LP, Mono, RE)||BBC Records And Tapes||REB 150M||UK||Unknown||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|B10057||Bill Kerr||Sing Me A Happy Song / The Death Of Willie (Shellac, 10")||His Master's Voice||B10057||UK||1951||Sell This Version|