He will not be forgotten! Series star Dennis Waterman died in Spain at the age of 74. While the family confirmed the TV darling’s death, it remains unclear how the Briton died.
The TV world is in mourning! Actor Dennis Waterman died at the age of 74. The British ” The Sun ” is currently reporting on this. The acclaimed television star was best known for his roles as a “tough guy” in series such as “The Watchdog”, “New Tricks – The Crime Specialists” and “The Foxes”.
Dennis Waterman is dead: cause of death unclear at the moment
A statement from the family said, according to The Sun: “We are deeply saddened to report that our beloved Dennis passed away peacefully at his home in Spain on Saturday night, with Pam by his side. The family requests that our privacy is respected at this very difficult time.” However, Dennis Waterman’s family leaves one point open: According to the report, they do not state a cause of death in the statement.
Dennis Waterman: The TV star was also successful as a singer
His incredible acting career spanned 60 years, beginning with childhood roles in film and theater. Waterman landed his first role at the age of 13. He was also active as a singer and released three albums and twelve singles. His 1983 song “What Are We Gonna Get ‘Er Indoors?” together with George Cole reached number 21 in the UK charts.
‘Little Britain’ star bids farewell to Dennis Waterman
Paying tribute to the actor, comedian Matt Lucas (“Little Britain”) said: “I grew up watching Dennis Waterman’s iconic performances[…]. His guest appearance on our Little Britain Live Show at the Hammersmith Apollo – in which he dueted with David’s absurd imitation of him – remains the absolute highlight of my career,” he said.