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Keith Waterhouse
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Keith Waterhouse

Keith Waterhouse (born 6 February 1929 in Leeds, England) is the writer of many television series.

His credits include satires such as That Was The Week That Was, BBC-3 and The Frost Report during the early 1960s, Worzel Gummidge, and Andy Capp. In 1973 he wrote the screenplay for his 1963 book Billy Liar.

His first screenplay was the 1961 film Whistle Down the Wind and his most recent production was Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell in 1999.

He also wrote regularly for Punch.