In the late 1990s, the phrase “for me, for you” became very popular thanks to the children’s game show For Me… For You… which was presented by Barry Chuckle and his brother Paul, both known as by Chuckle Brothers. Barry, who was part of the comedy duo with his brother, the other half has also been involved in a lot of things, from pantomimes to television shows, and much more.
The Life of Barry Chuckle
Although the For me… for you ... star rose to popularity as part of the Laughing Brothers and brother Paul, Barry David Elliott was born on the 24th day of Christmas 1944 in Rotherham, West Riding of Yorkshire. Her father, James Patton Elliott, was a popular Gang Show performer, known as Gene Patton, while her mother, Amy Elliot, was an unsurprising dancer.
Barry was raised alongside his brother PaulHarman Elliott, who would later go by the name Paul Chuckle, and his two older brothers, Jimmy Elliott and Brian Elliott. Following in their father’s footsteps, the four brothers took it upon themselves to entertain themselves with the two eldest known professionally as the Patton Brothers. They later appeared on their brothers’ television series, ChuckleVision. In addition to the two, Barry also had another late brother Colin who did not join the entertainment business for which the family became famous, as well as his sister Sheila Torr, who was married to English comedian and performer Bill Waddington.
By the 1960s, Barry and his brother had followed the entertainment path of their father and older siblings and won Opportunity Strikes TV talent show in 1967, launching them for the big things they would achieve in the years and decades to come. In the 1970s, they became very popular faces on the talent show, New Faces
The ChuckleHounds and ChuckleVision arrived in the 1980s, and in the 1990s Barry and Paul offered their wildly popular game show, For Me…For You… from 1996 to 1998. The two brothers did much more with various entertainment for children.
In addition to their television shows, Barry Chuckle and his brother have appeared on many stages together, sometimes performing alongside the Patton Brothers. Their appearances stretched from The Blackpool Tower Circus as far back as 1974 to The Laughs of Oz in 2015. The highly talented brothers have also been into music and released an album Yours to Mine in 1995. In 2014 , they worked with Tinchy Stryder for the publication Yours to Me (Bruv) which is a singles charity with the aim of raising funds on behalf of Afro-Caribbean Leukemia.
During their career, the brothers have won several awards, including the British Academy Children’s Awards and the Great British Pantomime Award.
In 2008, it was rumored that Barry had died after suffering a heart attack and many succumbed to the prank that kept him going for almost two years from the start. Eventually, the brothers were forced to release a statement claiming the news was untrue.
Sadly, Barry Elliott passed away on August 5, 2018 due to some health issues he suffered. Shortly before his death, when he was having health issues, he hid it from everyone, including his manager and his brother Paul Elliott, Barry and Paul started another show. Laugh time. According to Paul, Barry had wanted to play as long as possible.
Who was the wife – Ann Elliott?
Much is known about Barry Chuckle, but his private life has taken him far from the public eye. It is known, however, that he had a wife named Ann Elliot.
Before his death, he was said to have lived with his wife for almost 45 years, but it is still unclear whether they had any children.
How did he die
Barry Chuckle’s death came as a shock to the artist’s fans. This is mainly due to the fact that nothing had been said about his illness. However, Chuckle was down and battling various health issues.
According to his brother, Barry had been diagnosed with bone cancer a year before his death, but it was decided to hide it from the public. Prior to his death, the cancer had already spread to his lungs and ultimately contributed to his death.