Bob Monkhouse was educated at Goring Hall School in Worthing, Sussex, and Dulwich College in south London, from which he was expelled for climbing the clock tower.  [ better source needed ] While still at school, Monkhouse wrote for The Beano and The Dandy and drew for other comics including Hotspur , Wizard and Adventure . 
Bob Monkhouse, Writer: Dentist in the Chair. One of British TV's most popular performers with a career that spanned over four decades, funny-man Bob Monkhouse started off as a radio broadcaster (1947) and stand-up comic.
Bob Hope, Actor: The Ghost Breakers. Comedian Bob Hope was born Leslie Townes Hope in Eltham, London, England, the fifth of seven sons of Avis (Townes), light opera singer, and William Henry Hope, a stonemason from Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.
The late comedian Bob Monkhouse in this rare video filmed in the mid 1990's at Lakeside, Frimley Green.
Celebrity Squares is a British comedy game show based on the American comedy game show Hollywood Squares.It first ran from 20 July 1975 to 7 July 1979 and was hosted by Bob Monkhouse, then—also hosted by Monkhouse—from 8 January 1993 to 3 January 1997.
Family Matters is an American television sitcom that debuted on ABC on September 22, 1989, and ended on May 9, 1997. However it moved to CBS, where it was shown from September 19, 1997, to July 17, 1998.
Gold TV Channel celebrates Britain's best-loved comedy. Only Fools and Horses, Porridge, The Vicar of Dibley, Blackadder and Outnumbered.