A British comedian who lived in Las Vegas for many years. His ability to perform to both American and British audiences is shared by few.
2 x 45 minute Shows
1 x 45 minute Lecture
American and UK (English speaking)
London Heathrow, UK
Lenny Windsor is a successful British television comedian now living in the UK. Success for Lenny started in Britain when he appeared in such shows as Search for a Star, Granada TV’s The Comedians, BBC’s Summertime Special, That’s Rich, The Oxford Road Show and LWT’s Knees Up.
He also wrote and presented The Cut Price Comedy Show, Lenny Windsor at Windsor, and An Evening with Lenny Windsor. Before Benny Hill’s death, Lenny was a writer for him, dealing with Benny on a one-to-one basis.
Lenny has worked in many major theatres in England, including the London Palladium. He has toured all over the world with artists like Gloria Gaynor, Roy Orbison, Denise Williams, The Platters, Helen Reddy, Leo Sayer, Lena Martell, Jack Jones, The Three Degrees, The Drifters, Randy Crawford, The Supremes, Brenda Lee, and others. Lenny has toured the USA with Anthony Newley, The Four Lads, Keely Smith, The Temptations, Jack Jones and Carol Lawrence.
Lenny Windsor is now an award winning British TV Las Vegas headliner From The Benny Hill Show.
Lenny has performed on most major cruise lines in the world for over 40 years. His ability to tickle the fancy of the American audiences is shared by few other British comics. This is also evidenced by the fact that Lenny entertained the American troops stationed in Europe with his Lenny Windsor Show, from 1980.
And there is yet another string to Lenny’s bow: “ In 1990 I was commissioned to write a book of insults. I enjoyed working on the book and now set aside some part of each year to work on other material.” The book of insults, called Ouch, Ouch was a tremendous success and was available in bookstores in Great Britain. He is currently working on an autobiography called A Windsor that’s not a Royal. “It’s about my life, using Prince Charles as a comparison, to hilarious effect.”