The most famous comedian, Freddie Starr, has died aged 76 in his house in Spain, according to reports.
It was reported that on 9 May the carer of the British-born body was born at his apartment in Mijas on the Costa del Sol, the Mirror reported.
Starr was sick.
A neighbor, who asked not to be named, said to the Mirror: “His carer died dead at about 3:30 p.m. The police came first and then came an ambulance and it was built.
“His neighbor next door, who is a nurse, said he was definitely dead. She said that she thought he had suffered a heart attack. ”
Another neighbor said to the publication, “It's been quite sick since he moved in and he left little his apartment since he moved a few years ago.” T
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A job on a social media page that claims to belong to Starr confirmed the news.
“This is Freddie's manager. Just to confirm that Freddie died. R..pdf to the greatest comedy, ”read the statement on Freddie Starr Official's Facebook page.
A follow-up post stated that the page would become “a tribute page for his greatest comedian [sic] he needed. ”
Hundreds of fans have expressed their views strongly as follows: “The only comedy that made me laugh and was delighted with it… was a real talent! Freddie. ”
Starr's final job was on the page of May 1, when he wrote that he was "tired more now but otherwise I am doing well."
“I just want to thank you all from the very heart of all the kind comments and messages that make it so great, so thank you and all of you. Freddie. ”
After Starr's death, there seem to be famous singers.
Comedian Bobby Davro tweeted:
I've just heard that Freddie Starr died.
It was the most funny man I ever saw.
I am so sad that we lost one of our greatest humor talents. RIP Freddie. 💔
– Bobby Davro (@ BobbyDavro1) May 9, 2019
Colleague Jim Davidson also paid tribute to: t
Just heard the news. Freddie Starr was the most popular.
– Jim Davidson (@JimDOfficial) May 9, 2019
‘Freddie Starr Ate My Hamster’
Starr was the Midnighters musician in the 1960s. It was followed by a British talent show “Opportunity Knocks,” and later went to their showbusiness career.
It is probably the best known entertainer with a tabloid iconic headline published by the British edition of 13 March 1986 of the British paper The Sun: "Freddie Starr ate my hamster."
The story claimed that Starr returned home late after performance and asked his girlfriend Lea La Salle to make a sandwich for him. When she refused, it was alleged that she put her pet hamster between two bread slices and ate it.
Starr insisted that the claims he ate had a false hamster.
In 2001, in his autobiography "Unwrapped," Starr wrote, "I never ate or broke a live hamster, a tube, guinea pigs, a mouse, a wing, a mouse, or any other small mamm."
However, the story was stuck with Starr, calling for a later interview that people would come up in the street asking if a hamster was really eating.
Max Clifford, a British publisher, was found to have created the hamster story for the race as a publicity stunt.
Significant famous deaths in 2019
The iconic director of “Boyz N The Hood” and the oldest Oscar nominee died after a day in a coma after a stroke.
R&B singer James Ingram died in late January. Quincy Jones, his colleague, wrote, “With this terrible voice, James Ingram was very magical… every beautiful note that James really played your heart and made himself comfortable at home.” T
BBC Radio 6 music presenter Kelly Jobanputra, from Swindon in southwest England, died on 26 April, according to the Swindon Advertiser. A train struck and was tragically killed, according to reports.
The famous radio host had just spent 40 years in April, The Sun reported, and last year the second child gave birth to her.
Top Chef Alum Fatima Ali died on 25 January, after a battle with terminal cancer. She was 29.
Bruce Kalman's former “Top Chef” contestant praised her: “It's a heavy heart we say to Fatima Ali today, as she has lost her battle with cancer,” he wrote.
Actor Bob Einstein died on 2 January after a battle with cancer. It was 76.
Daryl Dragon, or “Captain”, of the pop group received Captain and Tennille, died on January 2 of renal failure.
Jack Phillips, reporter of the articles, added this article.
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