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Jack Wild

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I guess I'll go to my grave as the Dodger, but at least I've made my mark on show-business history.

— Jack Wild

#go #grave #guess #history #i

I look at what I've gone through in my career and I really shouldn't be talking to you now. I should be dead ten times over.

— Jack Wild

#dead #gone #i #look #now

I'd definitely be up for 'EastEnders.' Just the same as I would if 'Coronation Street' was offered. Either way, it would be like going back to my roots.

— Jack Wild

#coronation #definitely #either #going #i

My lifestyle had made me a walking time bomb.

— Jack Wild

#had #lifestyle #made #me #time

There is no buzz like performing for a live audience.

— Jack Wild

#buzz #like #live #live audience #performing

Until I was diagnosed with mouth cancer, I'd never heard of it.

— Jack Wild

#diagnosed #heard #i #mouth #never

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For his final film appearance Wild had a minor role in Moussaka & Chips (2005) where he once again worked with Ron Moody. In 1981 he was supposed to star with Suzi Quatro in a series about a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde for British television but it was cancelled at the last minute in large part due to his unreliability. His alcoholism ruined both his career and his marriage to his childhood sweetheart Gaynor Jones who left him in 1985 because of his excessive drinking.

Jack Wild (30 September 1952 – 2 March 2006) was a British actor who is best remembered for his performances in both stage and screen productions of the Lionel Bart musical Oliver! with Ron Moody Mark Lester Shani Wallis and Oliver Reed. R. He received an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actor at the age of 16 for his role as The Artful Dodger in Oliver! (1968) as well as BAFTA Award and Golden Globe Award nominations as Most Promising Newcomer.

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