British actor Lance Percival has died, aged 81.
Percival, born John Lancelot Blades Percival, passed away on Tuesday (06Jan15) in a London hospital following a long illness. The cause of his death was not disclosed as Wenn went to press.
The actor began his career performing humorous calypso songs on British satire show That Was The Week That Was, which was hosted by late presenter David Frost, in the 1960s. This led to his own series The Lance Percival Show and Lance at Large.
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