James Cameron Davidson is an English stand-up comedian know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, YouTube and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||13 December 1953|
|Place of Birth||Kidbrooke, London, United Kingdom|
|Marital Status||Married Five Times|
|Spouse/Partner||Michelle Cotton (married 2009)|
|Children||Sarah Walpole-Davidson, Elsie Davidson, Charlie Davidson, Fred Davidson, Cameron Davidson|
|Parents||Name not known|
|Education||St Austin’s School in Charlton|
|Profession||English stand-up comedian|
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Last Update||October 2021|
James Cameron Davidson OBE is an English stand-up comedian. He hosted the television shows Big Break and The Generation Game.He also developed adult pantomime shows such as Boobs in the Wood and Sinderella.
Jim Davidson with wife Michelle Cotton
Davidson has appeared in the UK singles chart under his own name with the double A-sided “White Christmas”/”Too Risky”. It peaked at No. 52 in December 1980.
Early Life and Family
Davidson is The son of a Scottish father from Glasgow and Irish mother from Cork, Davidson was born in Kidbrooke, London, and attended Kidbrooke Park Primary School, Blackheath, and St Austin’s School in Charlton. Having impressed some acquaintances of his father with impressions of celebrities, he was chosen to appear in Ralph Reader’s Gang Show at the Golders Green Hippodrome aged 12 and appeared on television in the Billy Cotton Band Show. He also briefly attended a stage school in Woolwich.
Jim Davidson Wife, Is Jim Davidson Married
Davidson has been married five times. His first four marriages ended in divorce, and he has five children by three wives.Sue Walpole First wife (married 1971; divorced 1972), 1 child , Julie Gullick (married 1981; divorced 1986), 1 child , Alison Holloway (married 1987; divorced 1988) , Tracy Hilton (married 1990; divorced 2000), 3 children, Michelle Cotton (married 2009)
Jim Davidson Net Worth
James Cameron Davidson OBE is an English stand-up comedian has an estimated Net Worth around $4 Million in 2021.
Davidson’s success was quickly followed by many more appearances on television, including What’s on Next, and several series of his own television show, The Jim Davidson Show (1979—1982), which ran for five complete series and won Davidson the TV Times award as “Funniest Man on Television”.
Davidson appeared on an edition of the BBC1 series Seaside Special, shown on 20 August 1977, hosted by Tony Blackburn and David Hamilton. His appearance garnered negative reviews in The Stage, with the show’s reviewer, Martyn Wade, commenting that: “…comedian Jim Davidson had already won first prize for lack of taste with crude racist jokes tracing the adventures of a black man whose nickname was Chalky and whose other names included Toilet-Roll. ‘Day-light come and I gotta sign on’ is a representative line from Mr Davidson’s act.”
He starred in TV sitcoms Up the Elephant and Round the Castle (1983–1985) and Home James! (1987–1990). His one-man show for Thames Television, Stand Up Jim Davidson (1990),was recorded at London’s Royalty Theatre.Davidson’s touring material developed from his original London comedy circuit show, aimed for pub and club audiences, a demographic considerably different to that of his television work; his touring material contains much stronger language, which Davidson promotes as ‘adult entertainment’.
Davidson later developed his touring material into his adult pantomime work, including productions with titles such as Boobs in the Wood, a spoof of Robin Hood, and SINderella.Davidson has several business interests.
He set up a company which bought or leased several seaside theatres or piers, including the Winter Gardens building in Great Yarmouth, which was converted into a nightclub. He lost £700,000 on a pantomime production of Dick Whittington and after a meeting with the Inland Revenue in 2003, he sold the company.
Jim Davidson YouTube
In spring 2020, Davidson launched his own YouTube channel, where he presented short videos each week, giving his take on the recent news events, and sharing his opinion on news stories and events of the day. The channel was launched at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown in the United Kingdom.
Davidson continues to upload short videos, usually on a daily basis. Since the current lockdown measures have been put into place in England, he has named his daily uploads as “Lockdown Diary” since December 2020.