ITV’s Hard To Please OAPs will see eight elderly famous faces get to grips with the difficulties of modern life.
In the series, the celebrity OAPs will be challenged to work with modern technology and gadgets, which are supposedly intended to make our lives easier.
But who is in the cast of Hard To Please OAPs? Here’s all you need to know about the celebs.
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Harry Redknapp is a footballing legend and TV personality.
He has previously managed football clubs including West Ham United, Portsmouth, Southampton, and Tottenham Hotspur.
According to the Mirror, Redknapp is no stranger to reality television and was crowned the winner of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here 2018.
June Brown is an actress best known for her iconic role as Dot Cotton in the BBC soap Eastenders.
She made her first appearance in the long-running soap back in 1985.
According to the BBC, Brown received an MBE for services to Drama and Charity in 2008.
Michael Whitehall is the father of comedian and actor Jack Whitehall.
He has previously appeared in TV shows such as Backchat and Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father.
Michael is a former-theatrical agent and has in the past represented actors such as Judi Dench and Colin Firth.
Ruth Madoc is a British actress and singer.
She is best known for playing Gladys Pugh in the BBC series Hi-de-Hi!
More recently Ruth has starred in ITV’s Benidorm and the BBC series Casualty.
John Sergeant is a TV and radio journalist.
Sergeant previously worked as the BBC’s Chief Political Correspondent for eight years.
The 74-year-old doesn’t shy away from reality television and famously took part in the sixth series of Strictly Come Dancing. reports the BBC.
Sheila Ferguson is an American actress, singer and author.
The 71-year-old was the second longest-serving member of the US soul group The Three Degrees.
Whilst in the group, Ferguson provided lead vocals on some of The Three Degree’s biggest hits, including When Will I See You Again.
British showbiz legend Lionel Blair is known for his acting, dancing and television presenting.
According to IMDb, Blair has choreographed films such as Jazz Boat and The Magic Christian.
More recently, the 90-year-old has starred in Celebrity Big Brother and the BBC media drama Doctors.
Amanda Barries is an actress best known for her roles in the Carry On films, and the BBC comedy Are You Being Served?
The 83-year-old is also known for playing Alma Sedgewick in Coronation Street.
According to The Sun, Amanda appeared in the 2018 series of Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 5.
When is Hard To Please OAPs on TV?
Hard To Please OAPs will be shown on ITV1.
The series begins on Tuesday, April 9th at 8.30 pm.
If you miss any episodes, don’t’ worry, because the series is likely to be uploaded on the ITV Hub.
HARD TO PLEASE OAPS STARTS ON TUESDAY, APRIL 9TH AT 8.30 PM ON ITV1.