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Nigel Lythgoe is a British TV and film director and producer, former dancer and TV dance competition judge. He had the desire of becoming a dancer since he was 10. Lythgoe was born as Nigel Bruce Lythgoe in St. Helen’s, Lancashire, England, to a dockworker father, George Percival Lythgoe and Gertrude Emily Lythgoe. He moved with his family to Liverpool, where he started tap dancing at 11 years of age. He is the only person to dance in, choreograph, direct and produce the Royal Variety Performance for Her Majesty the Queen of England. He has acted with celebrities like Gene Kelly, Bing Crosby, Chita Rivera, Cyd Charisse, Shirley Bassey and, most prestigiously, the Muppets. He married Bonnie Lythgoe in 1974, and the couple had two sons before getting divorced in 2010.

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Height180 cm, 5′11″ (feet & inches)
Weight75 kg, 165 pounds
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Everybody I’ve ever seen live sings out of tune, even the greatest singers in the world. And of course if you make a single nowadays, they’ll autotune it anyway.

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I saw ‘The Godfather’ in London when it came out in 1972 and loved it. I’ve seen it probably 20 times – I always find something new.

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There can always be an ‘Idol’ without anybody. I believe that Seacrest is probably the best host in the business.

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I nearly died with the peritonitis, but not the heart attack. The heart attack was like bad indigestion and two weeks later I was back in shouting at people. I was shouting at people during the heart attack. I had it for three days without realising what it was.

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If you don’t know the right people or have the right connections, you may never be discovered. With ‘Opening Act,’ we are democratizing a notoriously impossible process, pulling back the curtains on a consistently fascinating industry, and affording aspiring artists the chance of a lifetime.

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