British music stars born in 1921

Here are 18 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1921:

Tommy Cooper

Tommy Cooper (March 19, 1921 Caerphilly-April 15, 1984 Her Majesty's Theatre) also known as Thomas Frederick Cooper, Thomas Frederick "Tommy" Cooper or Cooper, Tommy was a British magician, comedian and actor. He had two children, Thomas Henty and Vicky Cooper.

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Humphrey Lyttelton

Humphrey Lyttelton (May 23, 1921 Eton-April 25, 2008 London) a.k.a. Humphrey Lyttleton, Humph, Humphry Lyttelton, Humphrey Richard Adeane Lyttelton, Lyttelton, Humphrey or Humphrey Littleton was a British musician, radio personality, writer, cartoonist, composer, presenter and trumpeter.

His albums: Trouble in Mind, The Best of Humphrey Lyttleton, Bad Penny Blues: 1955-1956, Classic Years, Movin' and Groovin' and Humph Plays Standards. Genres he performed: Jazz and Dixieland.

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Peter Ustinov

Peter Ustinov (April 16, 1921 Swiss Cottage-March 28, 2004 Genolier) also known as Peter Alexander Ustinov, Alexander von Ustinov, Peter Alexander Freiherr von Ustinov, Ustinov, Peter Alexander Baron von Ustinow, Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov, Sir Peter Ustinov or Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov, CBE was a British screenwriter, actor, author, comedian, opera director, theatre director, presenter, film director, film producer, journalist, voice actor, playwright, humorist, diplomat and educator. He had four children, Andrea Ustinov, Igor Ustinov, Pavla Ustinov and Tamara Ustinov.

His albums: Peter & The Wolf and Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus: Eine musikalische Erzählung von und mit Sir Peter Ustinov (Litauische Kammerphilharmonie feat. conductor: Karl Anton Rickenbacher).

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Peter Dyneley

Peter Dyneley (April 13, 1921 Hastings-August 19, 1977 London) also known as Peter was a British actor and voice actor. His children are Richard Dyneley and Amanda Dyneley.

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Dennis Berry

Dennis Berry (August 21, 1921-June 21, 1994) also known as Dennis Alfred Berry or Frank Sterling was a British , .

Genres he performed: Jazz, Light music and Classical music.

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Alan Clare

Alan Clare (May 31, 1921 London-November 29, 1993) also known as Alan Jaycock or Clare, Alan was a British jazz pianist, actor and film score composer.

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Dick Rowe

Dick Rowe (June 9, 1921-June 6, 1986) also known as Richard Rowe was a British , .

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Kenny Baker

Kenny Baker (March 1, 1921 Withernsea-February 7, 1999 Felpham) a.k.a. Baker, Kenny was a British composer.

His albums include The Louis Armstrong Connection, Volume 6, The Louis Armstrong Connection, Volume 3, The Louis Armstrong Connection, Volume 2, The Louis Armstrong Connection, Volume 5, The Louis Armstrong Connection, Volume 1 and The Louis Armstrong Connection, Volume 7.

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Steve Race

Steve Race (April 1, 1921 Lincoln-June 22, 2009 England) a.k.a. Race, Steve was a British presenter, pianist, composer and radio personality.

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Cab Kaye

Cab Kaye (September 3, 1921 London-March 13, 2000 Amsterdam) also known as Kaye, Cab was a British , . He had three children, Caleb Quaye, Terri Quaye and Finley Quaye.

His related genres: Bebop, Blues and Jazz.

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Jimmy Young

Jimmy Young (September 21, 1921 Cinderford-) also known as Young, Jimmy is a British singer, disc jockey, radio personality and presenter.

His albums: The Best Of and Pipeworks.

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Reg Owen

Reg Owen (February 3, 1921 London Borough of Hackney-May 23, 1978 Málaga) also known as George Owen Smith, Reginald Owen, Simon Sheiler, Eric Owen, Frank Marlow, The Reg Owen Band, Laurie Driver, Glen Somers or Owen, Reg was a British conductor, film score composer and music arranger.

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Edward Williams

Edward Williams (August 20, 1921 Hindhead-December 8, 2013 Bristol) a.k.a. Edward Aneurin Williams or Williams was a British film score composer.

His most important albums: Life On Earth - Music from the 1979 BBC TV Series.

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Deborah Kerr

Deborah Kerr (September 30, 1921 Glasgow-October 16, 2007 Botesdale) also known as Deborah Jane Kerr-Trimmer, Deborah Kerr-Viertel, Deborah Kerr-Trimmer, The English Rose, Deborah Jane Trimmer, Deborah Jane Kerr, CBE or Deborah Jane Kerr was a British actor and ballet dancer. Her children are Melanie Jane Bartley and Francesca Shrapnel.

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Antony Hopkins

Antony Hopkins (March 21, 1921 Bush Hill Park-May 6, 2014 Berkhamsted) also known as Ernest William Antony Reynolds or Antony Hopkins CBE was a British film score composer, pianist, conductor and radio broadcaster.

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Eric Rogers

Eric Rogers (September 25, 1921 Halifax-April 8, 1981 Chalfont St Peter) also known as Eric Gaukroger, Eric Rodgers or Eric Gauk-Roger was a British film score composer, composer, actor, conductor and music arranger.

Discography: Apres Ski.

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William Blezard

William Blezard (March 10, 1921 Padiham-March 2, 2003 Barnes, London) was a British pianist and composer.

Genres he performed: Light music.

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Alexander Faris

Alexander Faris (June 11, 1921 Caledon-) a.k.a. Faris, Alexander, Alexander "Sandy" Faris or Sandy is a British conductor and film score composer.

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