Who played Bunny Warren porridge?

Who played Bunny Warren porridge?

Roger Michael Kelly
Roger Michael Kelly (19 December 1943 – 14 June 2014), known by the stage name Sam Kelly, was an English actor who appeared in film, television, radio and theatre. He is best known for his roles as Captain Hans Geering in ‘Allo ‘Allo!, Warren in Porridge, Sam in On The Up, and Ted Liversidge in Barbara.

Is the actor Sam Kelly still alive?

Deceased (1943–2014)
Sam Kelly /Living or Deceased

Why does Hans say KLOP in Allo Allo?

It’s true: Hans says “TLER”. He says it very fast and very loud, so it sounds kind of like “klop”. Hans is too lazy a fellow to say all of “Heil Hitler”, so he tries to make it sound as though he was saying it, by joining in at the end of the ritual and just saying the last syllable.

Where is Sam Kelly buried?

Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Sam Kelly /Place of burial

How old was Sam Kelly when he died?

Genial Manchester-born comic actor Sam Kelly had a considerable gift for timing and observation. His special forte was playing decrepit, rheumy characters of more advanced years than his own actual age.

Who are the actors in the Sam Kelly show?

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How did Sam Kelly from Allo and porridge die?

Showbiz stars have been leading tributes to ‘Allo ‘Allo and Porridge star Sam Kelly who has died following a long illness. His agent Lynda Ronan said he died ‘peacefully’ and left a ‘host of friends who were his chosen family’. Kelly acted in On The Up and Barbara, and recently played The Wizard in West End musical Wicked.

What did Phil Davis say about Sam Kelly?

A tribute also came from Quadrophenia film actor Phil Davis, who said on Twitter: “So sad to hear that Sam Kelly has died, a wonderful actor, a proper gent and one of the funniest men I ever had the pleasure of working with.”