Barry Cryer - The funeral of RONNIE CORBETT at The Parish Church of St. John the Evangelist in Shirley, Croydon - London, United Kingdom - Monday 18th April 2016
'The Two Ronnies' star died "surrounded by his loving family", his publicist announced on Thursday morning.
Entertainer RONNIE CORBETT, famed for his BBC sketch shows ‘The Two Ronnies’ and ‘The Frost Report’, has died at the age of 85.
His publicist released a brief statement on Thursday morning (March 31st), informing the world of the sad passing of the comedy legend. “Ronnie Corbett CBE, one of the nation's best-loved entertainers, passed away this morning, surrounded by his loving family. They have asked that their privacy is respected at this very sad time.”
He is survived by his wife, Anne Hart, and the couple’s two daughters Emma and Sophie Corbett. The cause of death is not yet known.
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RONNIE CORBETT - Best of Britain's Creative Industries - reception held at the Foreign Office, Arrivals. - London, United Kingdom - Monday 30th June 2014
RONNIE CORBETT has long spoken highly of his grandson, Tom, in the past and yesterday, for the first time, he was accompanied by the youngster – who shares an uncanny resemblance to his grandfather – as the two were out in London.
Attending the opening night of the new play A Chorus of Disapproval, the 81-year-old British comedy legend Ronnie stood in the shadows of his towering, 23-year-old grandson as they rubbed shoulders with some of London’s most glamorous celebs and socialites.
In the past, the pair have accompanied each other to Edinburgh fringe festival together to watch up and coming comedians, with Tom inheriting his grandfather’s love for comedy. As well as this, the public first became aware of Tom and his grandfather’s loving attitude towards him when in 2000 Ronnie phoned a BBC Radio 4 phone-in discussion being held with former education secretary David Blunkett in order for him to discuss his grandson's battle with dyslexia.
Continue reading: Ronnie Corbett And His Grandson Hit The Red Carpet Together!
In 1828 Edinburgh, friends William Burke (Pegg) and William Hare (Serkis) realise they can make good money supplying cadavers to world-class surgeon Dr Knox (Wilkinson). But when they can't find a dead body, they kill someone instead. Hare's wife (Hynes) finds out and wants in on it, but Burke can't tell his aspiring actress girlfriend (Fisher) how he makes his living. Meanwhile, Knox is battling a rival surgeon (Curry) for the King's seal. And the local militia captain (Corbett) is closing in.
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