Melvyn Hayes Net Worth

Melvyn Hayes was born on January 11, 1935 in  London, England, United Kingdom, is Actor, Music Department, Soundtrack. Melvyn Hayes was born on January 11, 1935 in London, England as Melvyn Hyams. He is known for his work on The Curse of Frankenstein (1957), Here Come the Double Deckers! (1970) and Jo's Boys (1959). He has been married to Jayne Male since 2010. They have one child. He was previously married to Wendy Padbury and Rosalind Allan.
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Who is it? Actor, Music Department, Soundtrack
Birth Day January 11, 1935
Birth Place  London, England, United Kingdom
Birth Sign Aquarius
Occupation Actor
Years active 1950–
Television Quatermass II (1955) It Ain't Half Hot Mum (1974–81) The Curse of Frankenstein ( 1957)' EastEnders (2005) Drop the Dead Donkey (1998) Benidorm (2011)
Spouse(s) Rosalind Allen (divorced) Wendy Padbury (divorced) Jayne Male (1984–present)
Children 6

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Born in Wandsworth, London, Hayes attended Sir Walter St John's Grammar School For Boys, Battersea. He was also in a theatrical troupe called Terry's Juveniles and his acting career stretches back to 1950 when he was "disappearing twice daily for £4 per week" performing the Indian rope trick in Maskelyne's Mysteries at the Comedy Theatre in London. He also appeared in Repertory Theatres in Surrey, Derbyshire and the Midlands. One of his earliest roles was in the BBC television adaptation of Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School.


His film roles include the young Victor Frankenstein in The Curse of Frankenstein (1957), Cecil Biggs in Bottoms Up (1960), Jimmy in The Young Ones (1961) with Cliff Richard, Cyril in Summer Holiday (1963), again with Cliff Richard and 'Brother' Willy in Crooks in Cloisters (1964). He also performed voices on children's cartoons such as SuperTed, The Dreamstone, Little Dracula, Alfred J. Kwak, Pongwiffy and Budgie the Little Helicopter.


In 1974-1981, Hayes featured in It Ain't Half Hot Mum firstly as Gunner "Gloria" Beaumont for the first two series, then after Bombardier Solomon left he became Bombardier Beaumont.


Hayes presented awards at the annual Isle of Wight County Press amateur theatre ceremony on 9 November 2010, at Shanklin Conservative Club. Hayes is a member of the Grand Order of Water Rats and in 2004, was made King Rat.


Other roles include parts in EastEnders as Michael Rawlins. Carry On England, Love Thy Neighbour, The Thin Blue Line, Here Come the Double Deckers, Potter's Picture Palace and the final series of Drop the Dead Donkey. He also provided the voice to characters in the English translation of the cartoon Alfred J. Kwak. In March 2011, Hayes appeared as Mr Pink in the ITV1 comedy TV series Benidorm. His latest theatre appearance was in You're Only Young Twice (2012) He was also in the Doctor Who - The Companion Chronicles audio The Scorchies (2013).


Hayes played dames in British Christmas Pantomimes – his most recent roles being Nanny Nellie in Sleeping Beauty in Worthing, (2006) and Widow Twankey in Aladdin in Chatham (2005).