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Allan Stewart and 'FAG 14' At the tender age of 10, I won a competition in Glasgow's Barrowland Ballroom.

Two years later, I cut my first record, following which, the Beatles' A&R manager, George Martin, signed me and I made my first 'real' single, "Brain Beat". Almost immediately my voice broke and I was out of the scene for a whole year.

When my voice had settled down, I worked all over Scotland in Theatres and Clubs for many years, eventually progressing to summer seasons in Blackpool.

Allan Stewart in the recording studio, aged 12 Following one of these, I was booked for a spot on the "Sunday Night at the London Palladium" show and my TV career took off from there.

I was soon working all over Britain in Theatres for Summer Seasons and Pantomimes, and became popular on the, then booming, Club Circuit.

In the 80s, my British TV career opened up with spots on LWT's "Copy Cats", the "Live From..." series and hosting a quiz show called "Chain Letters".

Allan with David and Kate As well as this, there was another Album, a few singles and, the cherries on the cake, appearances in three "Royal Variety Performance" shows.

All in all I have appeared in twenty-two pantomimes and, in 1996, I won the part of a lifetime, playing Al Jolson in the West End production of "Jolson", which later continued on to Toronto, Canada.

More recently I toured in the hit Marie Jones play, "Stones in His Pockets". I also won critical acclaim for my portrayal of Roger De Bris in the touring production of Mel Brooks' "The Producers".


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