TV stardom at last for Seaside Danny Wilde ! Here's a look in pictures at the Scarborough legend

Everyone in Scarborough knows the name Danny Wilde - and many have seen him perform.

By Steve Bambridge
Friday, 11th October 2019, 4:28 pm

The legendary rock 'n' roller has been entertaining in town pubs, including the Lord Nelson and Ramshill, for around 35 years. We've dipped into our photo archive to salute the man, who appears in the final episode of the BBC sitcom Scarborough. See HERE for a profile of him.

Pictured with director Derren Litten at the premiere of the sitcom Scarborough.
2003, and helping to open the People's Carnival at Scarborough Castle with then MP Lawrie Quinn.

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A portrait of Danny featured in an exhibition of work by Yorkshire Coast College fine art students, in 2013.
Fans at an Aberdeen Hotel gig in 2004.
2012, and pictured with fan Audrey.
Halloween fun at Scarborough Hospital Chidren's Ward, in 2014.
Another image of the man and his likeness, at the Yorkshire Coast College exhibition.
2008: With Richard and Helen Dean of the Clarence Gardens Hotel on the first of their Cabaret Nights.
Fans at the Aberdeen Hotel in 2004.
He's had a long and varied career, including supporting Marty Wilde, Sandie Shaw and Billy Fury, but is latterly known for his Elvis tribute.
With fans in the Aberdeen in 2004.
Returning to the Lord Nelson in 2006.
The Aberdeen in 2004 again, this time with CDs !
2010, and presenting the winner of an Art Bus competition at the Ivanhoe, Hannah Mitchell, with her prize.