Many of his risque theatre shows, especially one called Pajama Tops, did extremely well. He was born in Liverpool inone of three sons of a haulage contractor who left when Raymond was five. The club bouncer had to prise the reptile off her. But with plenty of cash in hand, Raymond expanded his interests into theatre, taking over the leases of a number of legitimate theatres in London and opening several cabaret dinner rooms. He hissed at the girls to stay still, knowing their slightest move could easily have provoked Rana and resulted in a bloodbath in the cage, then faced down the angry cat and finished the act. The first was called King and was modelled on Hugh Hefner's Playboy, with heavyweight articles and tasteful nude photos of well-endowed young women.
His wife Jean divorced him in and eventually moved to America.
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