Heartbeat Super Star Bill Maynard Dies At 89


Bill Maynard:

Heartbeat actor Bill Maynard has died at the age of 89 after a career measure eight decennial. He died in hospital in Leicestershire, Daughter-in-law Jacqueline Reddin said. Shortly after violation his haunch in a fall from a mobility scooter. He was bigger than life and he just loved showbiz, she said. He was so proud of the truth that he had been working for 81 years.

Best Actor:

Maynard – whose actual name was Walter Williams – asteroid as the untidy, eccentric poacher in the police drama for eight years, from 1992 to 2000. And was in its spin-off The Royal till 2003. Maynard’s greater latter role is brief countenance in 2017 drama The Moorside. About the vanishing of Shannon Matthews.

Other preamble covered Oh No. It is Selwyn Froggitt. The Gaffer and In uneasiness and In Health. He also made countenance in bearing On films Carry On For Your benefit. Carry On carrying and Matron On Dick, and was Sergeant Beetroot in TV series Worzel Gummidge in 1980.


Beside of acting, Maynard tried his hand at announcing – coming second in the British fervor of the 1957 Eurovision Song emulation and politics. Standing as an uncommitted against Tony Benn in the 1984 Chesterfield by-election. From 2003 to 2008 he had a BBC Radio Leicester show and he celebrated 60 years from his first TV countenance in 2013 by releasing a version of What an amazing World.

Speaking at the time, he said that making people laughter and smile brings me a lot of personal contentment. I am pleased to be still in the diversion industry doing what I love most 76 years after I began my career, he had said. I have had a wonderful career and I am considering myself to be very lucky to still have the power and exertion to take on the new task.

He had lately filmed an anecdote of BBC One quiz show meaningless, Maynard’s daughter-in-law said. Which is yet to air. He quit a son and a daughter, three great-grandchildren, and three five grandchildren.