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Dad’s Army star dies at the age of 77


Dad’s Army star Ian Lavender has sadly passed away at the age of 77

The passing of Ian Lavender, announced by Dad’s Army’s social media on Monday, February 5, marks the end of an era. Ian, the last surviving member of the main cast, portrayed the unforgettable Private Frank Pike. His legacy of laughter will resonate for decades. This year’s tour is dedicated to his memory. Our heartfelt thoughts go to Ian’s wife Miki, family, and friends.

Ian, who sadly passed at 77, was the sole surviving Dad’s Army star 40 years after the sitcom’s end. Initially known as Private Frank Pike in the show’s 1968 launch, Ian later found success in EastEnders. His impact on screens lasted over 200 episodes, leaving an indelible mark.

Born in Birmingham, Ian’s journey from local theatre groups to Bristol Old Vic Theatre School shaped his stellar career. Tributes pour in for the remarkable talent, celebrating a man who brightened screens and lives. Ian faced health challenges, from bladder cancer to a heart attack, sharing lessons that touched hearts.

Rest in peace, Ian Lavender – a great man whose laughter and wisdom will be remembered always. 🌟💔 #IanLavender #DadsArmyLegend


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