Dennis Waterman is an actor and a singer from the United Kingdom. Dennis Waterman was born on February 1, 1948, in Clapham, London, England. He has performed in movies, television, and theatre and is recognized for his tough-guy performances.
|Net Worth:||$5 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Feb 24, 1948 (74 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Singer-songwriter, Actor, Voice Actor|
In the television series William, he played William Brown in 1962.
Waterman played Neville Finch in Fair Exchange in 1962 and Mike in The Barnstormers in 1964. From 1975 until 1978, Waterman starred in the television series The Sweeney as Det. Sgt. George Carter. From 1979 through 1989, he played Terry in the television show Minder.
From 1990 to 1992, Waterman played Tony Carpenter on the TV show On the Up, and from 1989 to 1993, he played Thomas Gynn on the TV show Stay Lucky. In the television series New Tricks, Waterman has played Gerry Standing since 2003.
He has appeared in the films The Pirates of Blood River, Scars of Dracula, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, A Captain’s Tale, and Back in Business, among others. Down Wind Of Angels, Waterman, and So Good For You are Waterman’s recordings as a singer.
What Was the Cause of Death for Dennis Waterman?
Dennis Waterman passed away on May 8, 2022, according to his family.
The reason for the star’s death was unknown at the time.
He worked in the Australian comedy Never Too Late as recently as 2020.
Dennis died in his Spanish home, surrounded by his wife, Pam Flint, whom he married in 2011 after meeting in 1996.
Dennis Waterman was honored by body actor and writer Reece Shearsmith.
RIP Dennis Waterman. When I worked with him on "New Tricks" he made me the best cups of tea. And of course I just spent the time grilling him about "Scars of Dracula".
— Reece Shearsmith (@ReeceShearsmith) May 8, 2022
Dennis Waterman, RIP,” Reece tweeted.
“He poured the nicest cups of tea for me when we were working on ‘New Tricks,'” says chevalier.
And, of course, I’d just finished grilling him about ‘Scars of Dracula.'”
Following Waterman’s death, Paddy McGuinness paid tribute to him, claiming that he had always wished to play Terry McCann.
Myself and my Phoenix Nights cast mates used to sing the theme tune to Minder on tour and on the Karaoke! Gutted I never got to meet him, always wanted to be Terry McCann. Another icon from my childhood gone. RIP Dennis Waterman. pic.twitter.com/KzXMLk6r7p
— Paddy McGuinness 💙 (@PaddyMcGuinness) May 8, 2022
“Myself and my Phoenix Nights castmates used to sing the Minder theme tune on tour and at Karaoke!” he remarked in a tweet. I’m disappointed I never got the chance to meet him; I’ve always wanted to be Terry McCann. Another childhood symbol has vanished. Dennis Waterman, may your soul rest in peace.”
Nick Knowles, the host of DIY SOS, reflected on a charity golf trip he and Waterman took together.
“I played golf with Dennis Waterman on a tour to Bermuda – I’m not much of a golfer – he was – but the time spent with him between rounds was well worth the trip,” Knowles tweeted. He’s a true gentleman. RIP.