What was Windsor Davies' cause of death, who is the It Ain't Half Hot Mum actor's wife and what TV shows did he star in?January 19, 2019
What was his cause of dead and what TV shows did he star in? Here's what Davies will be remembered for.
What was Windsor Davies' cause of death?
Davies died on Thursday however the cause of his death is unknown as of yet.
Who is the It Ain't Half Hot Mum actor's wife?
Born in Canning Town, London, he returned to his father's home village, Nant-y-Moel in Bridgend county, when World War Two broke out.
Davies worked as a coal miner and did national service in Libya and Egypt with the East Surrey Regiment in the eary 1950s before deciding to become an actor.
Davies had retired to south of France with his wife of 62 years, Eluned, who died in September. They had five children.
His wife died four months before him.
Davies' daughter Jane Davies said her parents left a large family "who will all remember them with love, laughter and gratitude".
What TV shows did he star in?
Davies' best known role was as Battery Sergeant Major Williams in the British sitcom It Ain't Half Hot Mum.
Other television roles he featured in include the sailor Taffy in the first of the BBC-series The Onedin Line (1971) and a special branch detective in Callan (1972).
On film, Davies played major roles in two films: Behind (1975) and England (1976).
He also played Mog in the Welsh rugby film Grand Slam in 1978.
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