Plaque

John Inman

John Inman

Erection date: 10/2/2008

Inscription

John Inman, 1935-2007, comedy actor & past King Rat, lived here, The Heritage Foundation.

Plaque unveiled by Wendy Richard, David Croft and Ron Lynch (his partner). It is located at the end of a 'gated' estate, hence the slight fuzziness of the photo.

2023: Denis Hoare kindly sent us his razor-image as a much-needed replacement.

Site: John Inman (1 memorial)

W9, Robert Close, 4

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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