Beverley Goodway

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Beverley Goodway (13 October 1943 – 4 November 2012) was an English photographer known for his glamour shots which were published on Page 3 of The Sun newspaper in the United Kingdom.

He began his career with a news agency in 1965 after he was turned down for a place at medical school, he then worked for the Daily Mail and The Times. He joined The Sun in 1968 where he photographed Page Three girls over a 33 year period from 1970 including; Kathy Lloyd, Jordan, Samantha Fox, Linda Lusardi and Suzanne Mizzi.[citation needed]

Death[edit]

Goodway had prostate cancer for 16 years and died of cancer, at age 69, at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Photographer Beverley Goodway dies. Retrieved 5 November 2012
  2. ^ Obituary. The Times Retrieved 5 November 2012

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