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Sellers's versatility enabled him to portray a wide range of comic characters using different accents and guises, and he would often assume multiple roles within the same film, frequently with contrasting temperaments and styles.
So holidays for single travellers are not necessarily just for single people; anyone might choose to go away by themselves.His behaviour was often erratic and compulsive, and he frequently clashed with his directors and co-stars, especially in the mid-1970s when his physical and mental health, together with his alcohol and drug problems, were at their worst.Sellers was married four times, and had three children from his first two marriages.During the early 1950s, Sellers, along with Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and Michael Bentine, took part in the successful radio series The Goon Show, which ended in 1960. Although the bulk of his work was comedic, often parodying characters of authority such as military officers or policemen, he also performed in other film genres and roles.Films demonstrating his artistic range include I'm All Right Jack (1959), Stanley Kubrick's Lolita (1962) and Dr. (1965), Casino Royale (1967), The Party (1968), Being There (1979) and five films of the Pink Panther series (1963–78).He developed his mimicry and improvisational skills during a spell in Ralph Reader's wartime Gang Show entertainment troupe, which toured Britain and the Far East.
After the war, Sellers made his radio debut in Show Time, and eventually became a regular performer on various BBC radio shows.
However, there is a demographic trend towards holidays for single travellers; more people are not marrying and/or not having children and more people are divorcing, therefore finding themselves alone in later life.
There are also lots of people who have partners who choose to go away on their own for a host of reasons.
Even before we retire, many people love seeing new places and exploring the world around us.
All of this is much easier to do if we have someone to go with.
There are now about 5 million people who undertake 'holidays for single travelers' - that's about one in five holidaymakers.