Vicar of Dibley actor Gary Waldhorn dies aged 78



The Vicar of Dibley star Gary Waldhorn has died aged 78.

Waldhorn was greatest recognized for enjoying Councillor David Horton reverse Dawn French within the BBC sitcom.

His character was the chairman of the parish council.

Waldhorn, whose different credit embody Brush Strokes, Lovejoy and Gallowglass, died on Monday (10 January).

The information was confirmed by his son Josh, who mentioned: “Classically trained, it was the theatre where he truly flourished and he leaves a legacy of entertainment that saw him frequent the boards of Broadway, the West End and our living rooms on the telly!

“He leaves behind his two grandsons, Cooper and Bayley and his son Josh. We will all miss him terribly.”

BBC Comedy paid tribute to Waldhorn, writing: “Gary was an incredibly talented actor who is fondly remembered by us for his numerous appearances on some of the nations most treasured BBC shows, and of course as Councillor David Horton in The Vicar of Dibley.

“Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this difficult time.”

Gary Waldhorn as David Horton in ‘The Vicar of Dibley’

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Waldhorn was a star of stage and display screen, and carried out many occasions as half of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

He first starred in Vicar of Dibley in 1994, final taking part in David in 2015.



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