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8 December 1930
Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England
|Died||11 February 2005
He played the role of Seth Armstrong from May 1978 until his death of emphysema in 2005, having been originally "signed" to the series for a run of just 4 weeks. He had previously acted in six episodes of Coronation Street as Arthur Stokes, having started his career aged 15 as a pub pianist, he was a club entertainer who performed at venues around Barnsley with Steven Lee (Wilfred Harrison)and later as a stand-up comic before becoming an actor.
Upon his death his life and work were honoured at the British Soap Awards in 2005.
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