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|Birth name||Edward Hugh McGinnis|
25 June 1941 |
Little and Large began their career on the TV talent show Opportunity Knocks winning in 1971 and went on to star in many television comedy programmes, including their own series The Little and Large Show, becoming popular as pantomime stars.
In 2006 he appeared on a comedy edition of The Weakest Link, but was eliminated prior to the penultimate round.
In an interview in 2010, Large revealed that he and Syd Little have not spoken to each other for several years.
During the 2010–11 football season, football entertainment show Soccer AM did regular comedy sketches with Peterborough footballer Mark Little, and Eddie Large, as the newly reformed Little and Large.
Early and personal life
Large was hospitalised for some weeks in late 2013 after tripping over a road sign near his Portishead home.
- "Little and Large 'haven't spoken for a long time' - News - TV & Radio". The Independent. 2010-06-01. Retrieved 2013-07-23.
- "returns! | News | Soccer AM | Sky Sports". Soccer AM. 2010-08-13. Retrieved 2013-07-23.
- "Comedian Eddie Large in hospital after road sign fall". BBC News. Retrieved 16 November 2013.