Bernie Winters

Bernie Winters

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birth_name = Bernie Weinstein
birth_date = birth date|1932|09|06
birth_place = Islington, London
death_date = death date and age|1991|05|04|1932|09|06
death_place = London
death_cause = Stomach cancer
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nationality = British
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Bernie Winters September 6, 1932, Islington, London, England - May 4, 1991, London, England) was an English comedian and the comic relief of the double act, Mike and Bernie Winters with his brother, Mike.

He served in the merchant navy and performed as a musician at dances and weddings before forming the double act. He died in 1991 from stomach cancer.

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NAME = Winters, Bernie
ALTERNATIVE NAMES = Weinstein, Bernie
SHORT DESCRIPTION = Comedian
DATE OF BIRTH = 1932-09-06
PLACE OF BIRTH = Islington, London
DATE OF DEATH = 1991-05-04
PLACE OF DEATH = London


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