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Norman Smith

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EMI record producer who done several recordings with the Beatles and released his very own hit music, like U.K. #2 strike “DON’T ALLOW It Die.” He offered in the Royal Surroundings Force during Globe War II being a glider pilot and joined up with EMI, where he done around 100 Beatles music. He previously a U.S. #1 strike with “Money Container” and his cover of Gilbert O’Sullivan’s “WHO WAS SIMPLY It?” reached the U.K. best twenty-five. He was created in Edmonton, Middlesex in Britain. John Lennon nicknamed him “Regular” for his continuous coolheadedness.

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Date Of Birth February 22, 1923
Place Of Birth London, England
Profession Rock Singer
Education St Peter's College, Oxford
Nationality British
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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Lost Souls2000Waiter
The X-Files2000TV SeriesDetective #3
The Beast Within: A Gabriel Knight Mystery1996Video GameBaron (Opera)

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