Duggie Brown was born on 7 August 1940 in Rotherham, West Riding of Yorkshire, England.
He was an English actor and comedian.
Brown who was a cabaret artist also performed in several stage productions, including playing “The Fool” in Shakespeare’s “King Lear”. He also performed in numerous entertainment shows, including The Good Old Days, a show he featured in for close to two decades.
Brown featured in Granada Television’s popular series The Comedians, he was featured in the 2012 40th anniversary celebrations DVD of the show along with Stan Boardman, Roy Walker, and Mick Miller.
Some of the films and television shows Brown has featured in are; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, For the Love of Ada, Play For Today, and The Price of Coal.
Duggie Brown Cause Of Death
The course of Brown’s death is currently undisclosed.
Duggie Brown Age
Brown was 82 years at the time of his death.
Duggie Brown Family
Details about his family are undisclosed.
Duggie Brown Wife
Brown was married to a woman known as Jackie Brown.
Duggie Brown Children
It is not known if Brown had any children at the time of his death.
Duggie Brown Net Worth
Brown was estimated to be worth at least $1 million at the time of his death.
Duggie Brown Funeral
Brown’s funeral is yet to be arranged.