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Charles Ingram and his accomplices sneakily find a way to cheat his answers on the show, winning him the final prize. Subscribe to Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Global for weekly clips - https://goo.gl/71nUFe
John Carpenter's original stint on WWTBAM winning $1 million. Original episode : November 19, 1999
Kevin Smith goes for $1 Million as the first person to reach the final question on the classic weekday version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Hosted by Meredith Vieira. Original air date: February 18th, 2003 Encoded by Mecha03 ** Free Amazon Prime Membership for College Students: http://amzn.to/1dBQCLb **
All of the winners of the British TV show Who wants to be a Millionaire, hosted by Chris Tarrant. The first winner was Judith (Cynthia Aline) Keppel of Fullham, who won her fortune on November 20th 2000 at age 58. The second winner was David Edwards who won his fortune on April 21st 2001 aged 53/54 The Third legitimate winner of the show was Robert Brydges who won his £1,000,000 at aged 47 on the 29th September 2001. His win caused controversy on the show as he already had quite a lot of money to begin with. The Fourth winner of Who wants to be a Millionaire was Pat Gibson. He won his Million on the 24th April 2004 at age 43. He has went on to be a multiple world champion in quizzing. He was the youngest person on the UK show to win £1 Million. The fifth and final winner of £1 Million in the UK series was Ingram Wilcox, who won the shows final £1,000,000 on the 23rd September 2006, aged 72 making him the oldest person on the show to win £1 Million. Charles Ingram also got £1 Million, however he was part of a 3-man scandal. Himself, his wife Diana, and his friend Tecwan Whittock banded together to ensure that he would win the infamous prize of £1,000,000, by coughing when he said the correct answer to the questions. He did get to a Million, however officials looking at the footage soon discovered their act, the episode was removed from rotation and they were never able to cash the cheque. This was on 18th September 2001, Charles Ingram was 38 at the time of the scandal, if he had succeeded he would have been the youngest contestant to win the show. DISCLAIMER: I do not own the show or any of the clips
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