Tommy Steele Pop Singer
Tommy Steele is a British artist. He was born on December 17, 1936 (84 years old) as Thomas Hicks.
Tommy Steele OBE is an English entertainer regarded as Britain's first teen idol and rock and roll star. Dubbed Britain’s answer to Elvis Presley he reached No. 1 with Singing the Blues in 1957 and The Tommy Steele Story was the first album by a UK group to reach No. 1. Steele’s film credits include Half A Sixpence The Happiest Millionaire and Finian's Rainbow and he has made many stage tours in the UK.
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Is Tommy Steele still alive?
Yes, Tommy Steele is still alive Last check: 11 months ago
What is Tommy's zodiac sign?
Tommy Steele zodiac sign is sagittarius.
When is Steele's next birthday?
Tommy Steele was born on the , which was a Thursday. He will be turning 85 in only 83 days from today (25 September, 2021).
Tommy Steele net worth
He has a net worth of 10 million dollars.
His first feature film was The Happiest Millionaire (1967, as John Lawless). He was 30 when he starred in this movie. Since 1967, he has appeared in 15 feature films. The last one is Blue Suede Shoes (1980). In this movie, we watched him in the Himself (archive footage) character .
Tommy Steele movie characters
The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:
|John Lawless||The Happiest Millionaire (1967)||30|
|'Og' the Leprechaun||Finian's Rainbow (1968)||31|
|Jack Sheppard||Where's Jack? (1969)||32|
|Arthur Kipps||Half a Sixpence (1967)||31|
|Himself||Kill Me Tomorrow (1957)||20|
|Tommy Steele||The Tommy Steele Story (1957)||20|
|Tony Whitecliffe/Tommy Hudson||The Duke Wore Jeans (1958)||21|
|Eric McCaffey||Light Up the Sky! (1960)||23|
|Feste||Twelfth Night (1969)||32|
|Screenplay||Quincy's Quest (1979)||43|
|Story||Quincy's Quest (1979)||43|
|Quincy||Quincy's Quest (1979)||43|
|Tommy Tomkins||Tommy the Toreador (1959)||23|
|Billy Bowles||It's All Happening (1963)||26|
|Himself||Blue Suede Shoes (1980)||43|
His first TV Show was This Is Your Life (1955).
When his last album Steel Man released, he was 84 years old. This album 'Steel Man' contains 11 tracks
His first album Half a Sixpence (Original Soundtrack Recording) released 53 years ago, he was 31 years old. There were 13 songs in this album.
Birth name of Tommy Steele is Thomas Hicks
Top Tommy Steele Songs
- Fortuosity - From "the Happiest Millionaire" (The Happiest Millionaire, released 19 years ago)
- Little White Bull (Britain's First Rock and Roll Star / 1956 - 1959, released 11 years ago)
- Flash, Bang, Wallop! (Half a Sixpence (Original Broadway Cast Recording), released 21 years ago)
- Come On, Let's Go (Tommy Steele - The Decca Years 1956-63, released 22 years ago)
- Flash, Bang, Wallop (Tommy Steele - The Decca Years 1956-63, released 22 years ago)
- Butterfingers - Remastered (The Teen Idol of Rock & Roll (Remastered), released 1 year ago)
- Singing The Blues - Remastered (60's Triple set, released 19 years ago)
- Little White Bull - From "tommy The Toreador" (Tommy Steele - The Decca Years 1956-63, released 22 years ago)
- Princess - Remastered (The Teen Idol of Rock & Roll (Remastered), released 1 year ago)
- A Handful Of Songs (A Handful of Songs, released 11 years ago)
Other facts about Tommy Steele
|Genre||Rock and roll, British rock and roll, Skiffle|
|Copyright representative||Reproduction Right Represented By CISAC-member|
|Archives at||V&A Theatre And Performance Collections|
|Work period (start)||1956-01-01T00:00:00Z|
|Sex or gender||Male|
|Country of citizenship||United Kingdom|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||English|
|Birth name||Thomas Hicks|
|Family name||Hicks. Show people with the surname Hicks|