Vincent Hill Net Worth

Vincent Hill Net Worth is
$1.5 Million

Vincent Hill Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Vince Hill (born Vincent Hill, 16 April 1937, Holbrooks, Coventry, England,) is an English traditional pop music singer, songwriter and record producer.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthApril 16, 1937
Place Of BirthHolbrooks, Coventry, England
ProfessionSoundtrack, Actor
Star SignAries
1His debut entry in the UK Singles Chart was the Johnny Worth - who worked as a songwriter under his pen-name, Les Vandyke Vandyke - penned "The River's Run Dry", which went to No. 41 in June 1962. In 1963, he participated in A Song for Europe, the UK heat of the Eurovision Song Contest, with another Vandyke penned song, "A Day at the Seaside".The next few years proved fallow as a succession of single releases failed to chart.
2He is best known for his recording of the Rodgers and Hammerstein show tune "Edelweiss" (1967) which reached No.2 on the UK Singles Chart (staying on the chart for 17 weeks).
3After completing his military service he toured with a musical called Florodora, and he then became a singer with the Teddy Foster's Band, a big band based in London.
4Although known mainly for his voice Hill was also a songwriter and composed many songs with his musical director Ernie Dunstall. These were used on his studio albums and flip sides to his singles of the day. The Dunstall-Hill composition 'Why Or Where Or When', was also notably recorded by Mr. Lee Grant and topped the New Zealand charts in 1968 and 'I Never Did As I Was Told' was covered by Broadway star Robert Goulet in 1971.
5In 1990, Hill took the stage to play Ivor Novello in the stage play, My Dearest Ivor.
6Hill first sang professionally in a public house called The Prospect in Margate, Kent, when he was fifteen years old.
7In April 2012, Hill came out of semi-retirement to make a successful return to the stage for 'one night only' where he performed in a big band night at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club. Vince recalls "It was an absolute success - we sold out and I got a standing ovation. At that point, I just thought, 'I've finished, that'll do for me'.".
8From the eighties onwards, Hill concentrated mainly on his live performances and continued to play all the top venues around the world as well as appearing on cruise ships.
9Hill also wrote the stage musical, Zodiac. Hill's stage acting continued thereafter and notably included a starring role as the cowardly lion in an adaptation of the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of 'The Wizard Of Oz'.
10His first lucky break as a singer came when he read an advert in the Melody Maker which said The Band of the Royal Corps Of Signals needed a vocalist. He travelled to Catterick camp in Yorkshire where the band was based. Did the audition and got the job. This offered Vince a way to do his National Service as well as experience performing all around the world.
11The decision to become a full-time musician came after he had worked as baker, truck driver and coal miner.
12In the eighties made guest appearances on popular television shows of the day, such as The Golden Shot, Seaside Special, Rainbow, The Good Old Days, 3-2-1 , Blankety Blank and Cash in the Attic.[.
13In 2010, Hill published his autobiography, Another Hill to Climb (Bank House Books), in collaboration with Nick Charles MBE.
14In January 1965, Vince was offered an international recording contract with the EMI group which signed him to their Columbia label.His first 'Top 20' chart success with his new label came a year later with "Take Me To Your Heart Again" - Hill's cover of the Édith Piaf hit, "La Vie En Rose" climbed to No. 13 on the UK Singles Chart in 1966.
15In 1982, Hill added acting to his CV, in the BBC radio drama, Tolpuddle (which he also wrote).
16In 1988, ITV gave Hill his own midday entertainment show 'Gas Street' in which he made his début as a TV presenter and interviewer - the show also co-starred Suzi Quatro.
17In January 2014, Hill suffered the loss of his only son, Athol, who was found dead aged 42.
18In 2004, Hill was diagnosed with prostate cancer and underwent successful keyhole surgery. A year later, following a routine blood test, it was discovered he also had chronic myeloid leukaemia. Following extensive treatment, the illness was brought under control.[.
19Along with a successful recording career in the 1960s, Hill hosted several hit TV shows during the seventies and eighties, including 'They Sold A Million' (BBC), 'Musical Time Machine' (BBC) and his own chat show 'Gas Street' (ITV).
20At the beginning of the 1960s, he joined the critically acclaimed British vocal group, The Raindrops, which gave him his first opportunity to perform in television and radio shows, especially on the BBC radio show Parade of the Pops.
21Member of singing group The Raindrops with Jackie Lee and Johnny Worth before going solo.


Rainbow1983-1986TV Series performer - 2 episodes
Under the Doctor1976performer: "Talk of Love"
Some May Live1967performer: "Some May Live"
The Long Duel1967performer: "When the World is Ready"


Rainbow1986TV SeriesVince
Who Do You Do1976TV SeriesVarious Impressions


They Sold a Million1973TV SeriesHimself - Performer
Collector's World1972TV SeriesHimself
Presenting Lena Martell1971-1972TV SeriesHimself
Saturday Variety1972TV SeriesHimself
Vera Lynn1969-1972TV SeriesHimself
David Nixon's Magic Box1971TV SeriesHimself
Glamour...1969-1971TV SeriesHimself
It's Lulu1971TV SeriesHimself
Moira Anderson Sings1969-1971TV SeriesHimself
The Leslie Crowther Show1971TV SeriesHimself
Stars on Sunday1971TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Roy Castle Show1970TV SeriesHimself
The Morecambe & Wise Show1969-1970TV SeriesHimself
Getting Sentimental Over You1969TV MovieHimself
The Ken Dodd Show1966-1969TV SeriesHimself
Discotheque1969TV SeriesHimself
The Rolf Harris Show1968-1969TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
The London Palladium Show1967-1969TV SeriesHimself
Will the Real Mike Yarwood Stand Up?1968TV SeriesHimself
The Val Doonican Show1968TV SeriesHimself
Billy Cotton Band Show1968TV SeriesHimself
All Systems Freeman1968TV SeriesHimself - Singer
The Benny Hill Show1967TV SpecialMusical Guest
Dee Time1967TV SeriesHimself
International Cabaret1967TV SeriesHimself
Juke Box Jury1965-1967TV SeriesHimself - Panellist
The Des O'Connor Show1967TV SeriesHimself
Mike and Bernie's Music Hall1967TV SeriesHimself
Doddy's Music Box1967TV SeriesHimself
Five O'Clock Club1965-1966TV SeriesHimself
Thank Your Lucky Stars1962-1966TV SeriesHimself
Jeux sans frontieres1965TV SeriesHimself - British Host (1982)
Stars and Garters1963-1964TV SeriesHimself - Singer
Holiday Music1963TV SeriesHimself
Discs a Go-Go1963TV SeriesHimself
Good Morning Britain2014TV SeriesHimself
Singing from the Heart: The Story of Treorchy Male Choir2005Video documentaryHimself
The 47th Annual Grammy Awards2005TV SpecialHimself
Cash in the Attic2004TV Series documentaryHimself
After They Were Famous2002TV Series documentaryHimself
Blankety Blank1988-1990TV SeriesHimself
A Question of Entertainment1988TV SeriesHimself
3-2-11986TV SeriesHimself - Guest Star
The Good Old Days1968-1983TV SeriesHimself - Performer
Panorama1983TV Series documentaryHimself singing 'It's Maggie For Me'
Rainbow1983TV SeriesHimself
Starburst1982TV SeriesHimself
Now for Nookie1981TV SeriesHimself
Look Who's Talking1979TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Tell Me Another1979TV SeriesHimself
London Night Out1978TV SeriesHimself
The David Nixon Show1977TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Be My Guest1977TV SeriesHimself
Seaside Special1976-1977TV SeriesHimself
The Musical Time Machine1977TV SeriesHimself - Presenter
Nobody Does It Like Marti1976TV SeriesHimself
This Is Your Life1976TV Series documentaryHimself
The Golden Shot1967-1975TV SeriesHimself
The Tommy Cooper Hour1974TV SeriesHimself
Top of the Pops1974TV SeriesPerformer- On the cards
The Harry Secombe Show1973TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

The Making of the Iron Lady2008TV Movie documentaryHimself singing 'It's Maggie For Me' (uncredited)

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