BBC presenter Bruce Forsyth (89) died
Television presenter Bruce Forsyth is at the age of 89 died. The presenter had been battling for some time with poor health.
“With much sadness let the family Forsyth know that Bruce Forsyth Friday afternoon in the presence of his family and his wife died,” says his manager Ian Wilson told the BBC.
Wilson said that Forsyth, despite his weak health, his good mood and humor is never lost. “A few weeks ago he got a visit from a friend who asked what he the last eighteen months, of the sort had been done. He replied with a twinkle in the eyes, “I’m very busy…with being sick’.”
Forsyth began his television career in 1958 as the host of Sunday Night at the London Palladium. Except as a presenter, was the centipede also known as an actor, singer, dancer and comedian.
Forsyth began his long career in show business when he was fourteen. He grew to the bestbetaalde television star of the BBC as a host of popular shows like The Generation Game, Play Your Cards Right and The Price is Right. In addition to his tv work he was also well-known as an actor, comedian, singer and dancer.