Teddy Turner (actor)
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|Born||Joseph Edward Turner
13 June 1917
|Died||29 August 1992
Horsforth, Yorkshire, England
Joseph Edward "Teddy" Turner (13 June 1917 – 29 August 1992) was a Yorkshire-born English actor and comedian who shot to fame as dustbin man Chalky Whiteley in the top rated ITV1 soap opera, Coronation Street. He also played the part of the similarly named farmer Bill Whiteley in Emmerdale from 1989 to 1991. In the late 1970s he played the part of Mrs. Pumphrey's manservant Hodgekin in All Creatures Great and Small and subsequently the part of Banks in the popular 1980s sitcom, Never the Twain. He died of cancer in 1992 at the age of 75.
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