How old was Tommy Steele when he died?

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As of April 2014, Tommy Steele is still alive. The British singer was most recently touring the United Kingdom with a production of "Scrooge: The Musical," which ran through January 2014.

Tommy Steele, born on Dec. 17, 1936, is considered to be Britain's first pop star and teen idol. He was the frontman for a group called the Steelmen, and many of his recordings from the 1950s were covers of American hits that had not yet entered the U.K. charts. His first number-one hit was "Singing the Blues." He also appeared in a few movies, including "The Happiest Millionaire" and "Finian's Rainbow."

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