Colin Thackery is a British Korean War veteran and singer who won Britain's Got Talent series thirteenth in June 2019. As a winner, he did. Received £ 250,000 and performed at the 2019 Royal Variety Performance. At 89, he became the oldest talent competition winner ever.
|Birth name||Colin Thackery|
|Born||March 09, 1930|
British singer who, at age 89, became the oldest winner ever of the competition series Britain's Got Talent in 2019. He took home a prize of £250,000 and was given a chance to sing for Queen Elizabeth II at the Royal Variety Performance.
He's an army veteran who earned medals for his service in Malaya and the Korean War.
He performed Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Love Changes Everything" on the Britain's Got Talent finale.
His wife Joan passed away in 2016 after 66 years of marriage.
Britain's Got Talent was hosted by Declan Donnelly during his time on the show.
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- British servicemen during the Korean War
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Latest information about Colin Thackery updated on June 14 2021.