Lynda Baron Cause Of Death: How Did Lynda Baron Die? All you need to know about how the English actress, comedian, and singer die.
Lilian Baron, popularly known as Lynda Baron, was an English actress, comedian, and singer.
She is best known for having played Auntie Mabel in the award-winning children’s series Come Outside (1993–1997), Nurse Gladys Emmanuel in the BBC comedy series Open All Hours (1976–1985) and its sequel, Still Open All Hours (2013–2016), and the part of Linda Clarke in EastEnders in 2006 and from 2008 to 2009, with a brief return in 2016.
Early in her career, she appeared in repertory theatre and several West End venues. In 1966, Baron married John M. Lee. The couple had two children.
Baron was born on 24 March 1939 in Urmston, Lancashire. She originally trained as a dancer at the Royal Academy of Dance.
Lynda Baron Cause Of Death: How Did Lynda Baron Die?
Lynda Baron died on March 7, 2022. Her death was announced by her agent Donna French in a statement that read;
“It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved client Lynda Baron. She was a wonderful actress and a great friend. Her iconic roles of Nurse Gladys in Open All Hours and Aunt Mabel in Come Outside were loved by all generations.”
However, the cause of her death has not been announced yet.