His a career on the small screen in 1951 with Here & # 39; s Television, the BBC sketch show starring Sidney James and Ian Carmichael.
Mr. Norden and Mr. Muir more or less disbanded in 1964 after a series of successes and he wrote material for The Frost Report, organized by the late Sir David Frost.
In the seventies he was established as a TV presenter, where he organized Looks Familiar, the nostalgic talk show, before it was in 1977 & # 39; The Night in the Night & # 39; would become.
His popularity saw ITV's spin-off Denis Norden's Laughter File, with both running until his retirement.
Hit bloopers show was born after a cup of tea
Mr. Norden told in 2005 how it will be in the night.
He and a producer named Paul Smith conceived the idea for the program with a cup of tea in the London Weekend Television canteen and occasionally called Michael Grade, head of entertainment, to make an appointment to make it a possibility to suggest.