Frost, Sir David (Paradine)
FROST, Sir David (Paradine)
FROST, Sir David (Paradine). British, b. 1939. Genres: Social commentary, Humor/Satire. Career: Television performer, producer and actor. Joint Founder, London Weekend Television; Chairman and Chief Executive, David Paradine Ltd., London, 1966-; Joint Deputy Chairman, Equity Enterprises, 1973-. Publications: That Was the Week That Was, 1963; How to Live under Labour, 1964; Talking with Frost, 1967; To England with Love, 1967; The Presidential Debate, 1968; The Americans, 1970; Whitlam and Frost, 1974; I Gave Them a Sword, 1978; I Could Have Kicked Myself, 1982; Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, 1983; (with others) The Mid-Atlantic Companion, 1986; (with others) The Rich Tide, 1986; The World's Shortest Books, 1987; David Frost: An Autobiography - Part One from Congregation to Audiences, 1993. Address: David Paradine Ltd, 5 St Mary, Abbots Place, London W8 6LS, England.
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