SHOWBIZ MOURNS 'AN AMAZING CHARACTER'

Danny O'Dea, a British funnyman born out of the finest Music Hall tradition, left a legacy which spans eight decades and reads lke the history of British comedy. He performed alongside some of the biggest names in the business including Arthur Askey, Les Dawson, Dick Emery, John Inman and Cilla Black, entering showbiz at an early age thanks to a enviable pedigree and working until he was 90, most recently enjoying popularity as long-sighted Eli Duckett in Last of the Summer Wine.
Danny, who lived in Sal Royd, Low Moor, for 40 years before moving to Hartshead Manor Nursing Home in 2001, died... read more

 
19 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 66
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