Gorden studied at King James's Grammar School in Almondbury.
Gorden's film work includes Jabberwocky, Porridge, The Waterloo Bridge Handicap, Brazil and Escape From The Dark.
As of 2006, Gorden lives in London.
Gorden's stage performances include As You Like It at The National Theatre and national and international tours of Allo Allo.
Gonden's astrological sing is Aries.
Gorden made his TV debut as Elsie Tanner's nephew in Coronation Street.
Gorden went to Huddersfield Technical College in the early 1960's.
He is best known as Rene in the BBC comedy series 'Allo 'Allo.
Gorden Kaye with an "e" is attributed to a spelling mistake in a hospital.
He interviewed The Beatles for Huddersfield local radio, in February 1963.
He and actress Carmen Silvera are best friends.
Shortly prior to the car accident, the tabloid media had run an article referring to Gorden's supposed homosexuality. He happily admitted it, prior to the publication of photographic evidence of the "story", thus robbing the scandal-mongers of their scoop.
Gorden suffered serious head injuries in a car accident in 1990. Although he cannot remember any details of the incident, he still has a dent in his forehead from a piece of wood that smashed through the car window.
Gorden studied at King James's Grammar School in Almondbury. Gorden is the author of a 1989 autobiography, Rene & Me: A Sort of Autobiography (with Hilary Bonner) in which he describes his experiences as a shy, gay, overweight youth.