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Bernard Cribbins' life - Doctor Who, health battles, Coronation Street and sad death
Doctor Who actor's death was announced this morning, with many sharing their memories of the star who delighted generations of viewers.Bernard, who became a children's TV icon on series including Jackanory, The Wombles and Old Jack's Boat, also appeared in dozens of classic films too including the Carry Ons and the original Railway Children.READ NEXT: David Tennant confirmed for epic Doctor Who role reprisal after almost a decadeAlong with becoming a fan favourite on Doctor Who, Bernard was undoubtedly one of the greatest actors of all time.To pay tribute to Bernard Cribbins, Daily Star takes a look back at the actor's life and career.Acting was in Bernard's blood from a young age, with the star leaving school at the age of 13 years old to pursue acting roles in the theatre.After completing his National Service in 1947, he returned to acting and landed his first West End role nearly a decade later in 1956, where he performed in the Shakespeare production, A Comedy Of Errors.Bernard later became an icon of both stage and screen, particularly for his performances in films such as Carry On Spying, and children's classic The Railway children - as well as a number of legendary TV shows.He is most fondly remembered for narrating iconic shows such as The Wombles, as well as being one of the primary storytellers in Jackanory.A new generation were also introduced to the magic of Bernard Cribbins in the children's TV series Old Jack's Boat.In 2009, Catherine Tate also presented Bernard Cribbins with a special award from the British Academy Children's Awards, for his contribution to children's programming.That's not all, as Bernard also appeared in Fawlty Towers, Midsomer Murders and as Wally Bannister in 11 episodes of ITV soap
Chris Evans - Zoe Ball - Dawn France - Alesha Dixon - Davina Maccall - David Tennant - Alan Carr - Graham Norton - Lenny Henry - Comic Relief Red Nose Day hosts now - heartbreak, co-star romances and health battle - dailystar.co.uk - France
Comic Relief Red Nose Day hosts now - heartbreak, co-star romances and health battle
BBC fundraiser Comic Relief is back on our TV screens on this weekend.The long running programme was founded in 1986 by stars including Lenny Henry, and has since featured some of the biggest names of stage, screen and film including Alan Carr, Tess Daley, Chris Evans and Graham Norton.Its 2022 show will also feature huge celebrities including David Tennant, Davina McCall, Alesha Dixon, Zoe Ball and of course, Sir Lenny Henry, to name a few.Ahead of the highly anticipated event, Daily Star has taken a look at where some of the hosts, past and present, are now.Lenny Henry was one of the stars to co-found Comic Relief back in 1986 and has regularly hosted the charity fundraising programme throughout the years.Having risen to fame as a comedian, he made his way into television through the talent competition New Faces in 1976, at the age of just 16 years old.From there it was onwards and upwards, as he also appeared on Tiswas, The Fosters and starring as multiple characters in 1986's Lenny Henry Tonite and The Lenny Henry Show.He has most recently appeared in Doctor Who as Daniel Barton, Broadchurch as Ed Bennett and The Syndicate as Godfrey Watson, as well as being listed as appearing in the new Lord of the Rings TV series.His career also led him to his future wife and fellow comedian Dawn French, who he was married to from 1984-2010, and with who he has one daughter Billie Henry.The couple divorced in 2010, but Dawn French told The Mirror that she and Lenny are still very close friends, saying: "Remarkably, we seem to have shifted with relative ease from a 25-year marriage to a lasting friendship.“I am amazed by us – there is no war, we’ve turned out to be the best of friends."Zoe Ball is no stranger to presenting roles,