Late stage and screen star Simon Ward was remembered at a memorial service in London on Tuesday (09Jul13), almost a year after his death.
The Zulu Dawn and The Three Musketeers star passed away at the age of 70 on 20 July last year (12) and his family gathered to honour his memory this week.
The event was held at London's St Paul's Church, also known as the Actors' Church, and was attended by his widow Alexandra, actress daughter Sophie, and his other daughter Kitty, who arrived with her comedian husband Michael MCIntyre.
All three women were said to have been by Ward's bedside when he died last year (12).
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