Person    | Male  Born 4/12/1930  Died 31/3/2016

Ronnie Corbett

Categories: Cinema, Seriously Famous, Theatre, TV & Radio

Countries: Scotland

Actor and comedian. Born Ronald Balfour Corbett in Edinburgh. His career started in the theatre, particularly in cabaret with Danny La Rue. He came to national fame in BBC television's sketch show 'The Frost Report', where he was teamed up with Ronnie Barker. They eventually appeared together in the immensely popular 'The Two Ronnies', which ran for sixteen years. He had lived in Croydon for many years and died in the Shirley Oaks Hospital, Croydon.

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