Dennis Waterman was an English actor and singer, who died aged 74. He was best known for his tough-guy leading roles in television series. He died on Sunday, May 8, 2022.
He was born in Clapham, London on February 24, 1948.
He appeared in shows such as New Tricks, Minder, and The Sweeney as a tough guy archetype.
As a child he began acting, his first role was in 1960 for a film called Night Train to Inverness.
Dennis Waterman Cause Of Death
At this moment there is no information about his death cause. Because his family member didn’t say anything about his death cause.
He was working as recently as 2020 in the Australian comedy Never Too Late.
Dennis died at his home in Spain, with Pam Flint at his side – the pair married in 2011 but met initially in 1996.
His agent said: “We are deeply saddened to announce that our beloved Dennis, passed away very peacefully at his home in Spain.”
“The family kindly asks that our privacy is respected at this very difficult time,” they said, adding he died on Sunday afternoon with his wife Pam by his side.”
Waterman likewise featured in The Sweeney during the 1970s, playing George Carter, and later in New Tricks as Gerry Standing.
He enveloped his last task by 2020, recording Never Too Late, a show satire, in Australia.
The entertainer was likewise the objective of an exaggeration on the BBC series Little Britain, where David Walliams mimicked him as an entertainingly little man who might “compose the topic tune and sing the subject tune” for his new position offers – similarly as he had finished with Minder and different shows.