Graham Skidmore

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Graham Skidmore (born 1936) is a British voice artist and game show announcer.

He is best known for being the voiceover on the British dating gameshow Blind Date from 1985 to 2002. It was the host Cilla Black who gave him the nickname of Our Graham.[1]

He also held a similar role as voiceover artist on BBC2's Shooting Stars with Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer. His voice could be heard introducing the contestants and announcing the prizes in series 1–5.

Aside from this he has voiced several commercials on TV and radio.

He appeared in person on The Justin Lee Collins Show, as part of the 'Blast from the Past' segment.


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