Winifred Millicent Hall: Facts about Harry Hill’s Daughter

Winifred Millicent Hall

Winifred Millicent Hall is famous as the daughter of Harry Hill. Her father is an award-winning English comedian, presenter, and writer mostly recognized for narrating You’ve Been Framed! since the year 2004 and hosting Harry Hill’s TV Burp for eleven years from 2001 to 2012 on ITV. Winifred was born in Kensington and Chelsea and has two siblings, Frederica Aster Hall and Kitty Clover Hall.

Winifred Millicent Hall: Bio Summary

Name Winifred Millicent Hall
Famous asdaughter of Harry Hill
Place of BirthRoyal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
MotherMagda Archer
FatherHarry Hill
SiblingsFrederica Aster Hall, Kitty Clover Hall

Winifred’s father was born Matthew Keith Hall but known professionally as Harry Hill. He is a British comedian author, television presenter, and a former medical doctor, who remains on the General Medical Council’s list of Registered Medical Practitioners. He started his career in radio and television comedy with the radio series Harry Hill’s Fruit Corner (1993–1997).

Winifred’s dad was born in Woking, Surrey, England but grew up in Staplehurst, Kent, and celebrates his birthday on October 1st every year. He was born in the year 1964 and is 58 years old as of the year 2022.

He attended the local primary school where he grew up, in Staplehurst, Kent, and also attended Island School in Hong Kong when he was 14 years old after he and his family relocated to the place. Also, Winifred’s father, Harry Hill attended Angley School and later went to Cranbrook School in Kent and then St George’s Hospital Medical School and got his MBBS medical degree from the University of London in 1988.

Winifred’s father had worked as a house officer at Doncaster Royal Infirmary, before quitting his medical profession however, he is still registered on the General Medical Council’s list of Registered Medical Practitioners.

He worked with Fairtrade to release Harry’s Nuts, a brand of fairtrade peanuts in September 2008. On 25 August 2016, he was a patron of Action Duchenne which funds research for Duchenne muscular dystrophy and fights for improved standards of care. He is also a supporter of the Labour Party and canvassed for the party during the 2015 general election.

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Winifred’s father pursued a career in stand-up after years of working as a medical doctor. He generated an off-beat, energetic performance style that had fused elements of surrealism, observational comedy, slapstick, satire, and music.

He started a career in comedy when he hosted his famous radio show Harry Hill’s Fruit Corner. He worked on several projects which his 2013 films, The Harry Hill Movie and I Can’t Sing! The X Factor Musical opened in London in 2014 during his current years.

Winifred’s father obtained his breakthrough after he won the Perrier Award for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1992. Soon after a radio show starring him was commissioned by BBC Radio 4 entitled Harry Hill’s Fruit Corner.

He hosted the show as himself and was joined by various guest performers each week. He was joined by regular character actors Al Murray and Burt Kwouk and the show featured other celebrity guests during its run including Rolf Harris and Ronnie Corbett. Fruit Corner ran for four series on BBC Radio 4.

Winifred Millicent Hall’s father in1994 made his television breakthrough when he starred in BBC Two black and white silent comedy series Harry Hill’s Fruit Fancies and a synonymous format to Fruit Corner he performed a series an of sketches with some celebrity ty guests making cameo appearances. The series ran for six episodes on BBC Two between October and December 1994. He was a regular on Saturday Live, broadcasted on ITV for eight episodes in 1996.

Also, Winifred’s father presented his own Channel 4 television sketch series, Harry Hill and it ran for three series between 1997 and 2000. The show was a television adaptation of Fruit Corner and Hill’s big brother, Alan, played by comedian Al Murray, and his adopted son, Alan Jr., played by Matt Bradstock as they were part of the regular characters.

Burt Kwouk was also seen in many episodes of the program, as Harry’s “Chicken Catcher” as well as Hill, and Kwouk also appeared in sketches as Karl Lagerfeld and Gianni Versace. His screen wife Mai Sung also appeared severally on the show and also Stouffer the Cat, a glove puppet cat made from blue rubber made an appearance too.

At the end of each episode, “The Badger Parade” was supposed to take place. The series got canceled in April 2000 and come back in March 2003 as The All-New Harry Hill Show, this time by ITV, broadcasted along with episodes of TV Burp.

Winifred’s dad hosted his television comedy show Harry Hill’s TV Burp from 2001 to 2012 and has narrated You’ve Been Framed! since 2004. His other projects include The Harry Hill Movie, released in 2013.

He moved to ITV in a lucrative deal in October 2001 and established an all-new show, Harry Hill’s TV Burp, where he would take a look at the week’s television, showing clips from numerous British television programs, framing them with commentary or intercutting additional footage.

The series featured a regular stable of all-new characters, like the Knitted Character; a small knitted rabbit, Wagbo, a demon love child whose parents are reportedly Wagner Carillo and Mary Byrne of X-Factor fame, and interpretation of Heather Trott from EastEnders, played by Steve Bernham, as well as a doll of The Apprentice star Alan Sugar, who would regularly rap before clips of The Apprentice, were introduced.

The show was conducted in December 2001 and operated for fifteen full series( between 2002 and 2012) before it was canceled to allow Hill to work on other projects.
In 2005, Winifred’s father made his appearance in the CITV program Harry Hill’s Shark Infested Custard and released tie-in children’s joke books and iPhone applications.

As an author, Winifred’s father 2002, published the first in a series of novels and books written by him entitled Flight From Deathrow. The book was based on the accounts of the unlikely antics of real-life celebrities and politicians, as seen through the eyes of the storyteller, as he drifts in and out of a coma. Tim the Tiny Horse was his second book and it was published in October 2006, featuring the tale of a small horse who had to wear glasses because of poor eyesight.

His third book was The Further Adventures of the Queen Mum which was published in October 2007. Tim the Tiny Horse at Large, a sequel to the first book, was his fourth book and it got published in October 2009. He also published another novel, A Complete History of Tim (the Tiny Horse) on 1 November 2012 it was published and he also released Livin’ the Dream in 2010, a fictional account of a year in his life that features references to pop culture.

In May 2011, the book was reprinted with additional entries for events that occurred between January and April of that year. And then a Complete History of Tim (the Tiny Horse) was published in November 2012 which contains the first two Tim the Tiny Horse novels, with four new stories.

Winifred’s father has also recorded voice-overs on television commercials and on advertisements like the holiday adverts for Boots (2004), the “Bring on the Branston!”, the Branston Pickle brand (2006 to 2007), the Green Flag car breakdown service, and the new yogurt, Danio by Danone. He also sang in 2001 “This Charming Man” by The Smiths as Morrissey in Stars in their Eyes.

He later released his debut comedy album, ‘Funny Times’ which was in November 2010, and the album was preceded by the singles ‘I Wanna Baby’, ‘SuBo’, and ‘Ken!’, which features William Roache, as his Coronation Street character, Ken Barlow, is the feature of the song.

He was directly involved in its creation and is co-credited with Parkinson. Between October and December 2010, Hill starred in a weekly online comedy series on the ChannelFlip website, entitled Harry Hill’s Little Internet Show with ten episodes of the show broadcasted online.

For his great talent and contribution to the entertainment industry, Winifred’s father has been nominated severally for awards. He got nominated for 3 other awards, including the People’s Choice Award, which was won by Miranda Hart.

He has won numerous awards including the Perrier Award for Best Newcomer at the 1992 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, two Highland Spring British Comedy Awards, over the favorites Ant and Dec on 13 December 2006, two BAFTAs in 2008, and 2009 for Best Entertainment Performance, two British Comedy Awards, making it his sixth award and many more.

He was listed in 2003 by The Observer as one of the fifty funniest acts in British comedy and was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Arts by the University of Kent, in recognition of his contribution to television and the arts on 17 July 2014.

Meanwhile, Winifred’s father was married to Winifred’s mother, Magda Archer who was an artist. They got married in 1996, in Wandsworth, London, and have three daughters called Kitty Clover, Winifred Millicent, and Frederica Aster. Their children were all born in Kensington and Chelsea but Hill and his family live in Whitstable, Kent.

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