AKA Cyril Nicholas Henty-Dodd
Birthplace: Manchester, England
Location of death: Winchester, Hampshire, England 
Cause of death: Cancer - Bone 
Remains: Buried, Magdalen Hill Cemetery, Winchester, Hampshire, England
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Talk Show Host
Executive summary: Dee Time
Military service: RAF
Gained some initial fame as the first DJ for a pirate radio station, Radio Caroline, after which the BBC gave him some minor presentation jobs, including Midday Spin. He shot to fame in 1967 hosting a chat show, Dee Time, but disagreements about compensation led to that program's demise in 1969. In 1970, a contract with independent channel London Weekend Television ran into problems shortly after it was signed, and thus Dee had burned bridges both with the BBC and the independents. Essentially, his career was over. Elizabeth Hurley cites Dee as the prime inspiration for Mike Myers' Austin Powers character.
 Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester, Hampshire.
 Helen Nugent, "Simon Dee, Television and Radio Star of 1960s, Dies", Times of London, 31 August 2009.
Father: Cyril E. Dodd
Mother: Gwendoline Simon
Wife: Bunny Cooper (one son, one daughter)
Son: Simon, Jr.
Wife: Sarah Terry
High School: Brighton College
High School: Shrewsbury School
Radio Caroline DJ (1964-65)
Dee Time Host (1967-69)
FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
Doctor in Trouble (16-Jun-1970)
The Italian Job (2-Jun-1969) · Shirtmaker
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