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Hairy Biker Dave Myers 'left £1.4m for his wife' - after his death from cancer aged 66

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Hairy Bikers' Dave Myers left a substantial fortune and his TV production company to his wife, Liliana Myers, following his untimely death less than two months ago.The sad news of Dave's passing at the age of 66 was shared on social media by his long-time co-star Si King, 57.

Dave's death came less than two years after he publicly shared his cancer diagnosis. Since then, there have been significant changes to his production company, Sharpletter Limited, which was incorporated back in 1993.

It's understood that Dave left control of the firm to his wife, Liliana, 57. A document filed last month with Companies House confirms that Dave is no longer listed as a person with significant control.

This follows a document confirming the termination of Dave's appointment as a director, reports the Mirror. Liliana is now the sole active person with significant control listed for the company on Companies House.

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