Entertainer John Challis dies at 79 years old

Entertainer John Challis, who is known for attempting the job of Boycie in the UK series ‘Just Boneheads And Ponies’ died after a calm fight with disease. He was 79. His family has affirmed the news in an assertion saying, “He died calmly in his rest, after a long fight with malignant growth.”

His ‘Beindorm’ co-star Crissy Rock said she was sorrowful. She tweeted: “John you were a genuine honorable man and generally so adoring and steady towards me. I’m thinking about your family and dear companions at this difficult time. Rest well. Crissy xx”

Recently, the entertainer dropped his visit because of weakness.

However his job as Boycie made him famous among the crowd and he had the option to remain in his TV profession for a since quite a while ago run by playing Skipper Peacock in ‘Are You Being Served?’ and Monty Staines in ‘Benidorm’.

Brought into the world in Clifton, Bristol, he was the lone offspring of Alec, a government worker, and Jean (nee Solidify), a show educator and sharp novice entertainer.

Apparently, Challis as of late turned into a privileged resident of Serbia, where his sitcom ‘Just Imbeciles and Ponies’ is one of the famous shows.

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