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Comedian and entertainer Ted Rogers found his biggest TV fame on 3-2-1 (1978), a quiz show made by Yorkshire Television from 1978 - 1987, in which contestants had to solve a series of cryptic clues to land rewards such as dream holidays - and avoid the booby prize Dusty Bin. Instead of a catchphrase, Rogers developed a unique hand gesture in which he counted down the figures 3, 2, 1 as he said the show's name. Rogers was a regular on the UK's northern comedy club circuit as well as a tireless charity worker. Read more... the stage and screen greats, such as Frank Sinatra; Bing Crosby; Bob Hope and Shirley Bassey during his lifetime. He was also a friend of Jackie Mason, with whom he intended to tour in 2001.