Bernard Cribbins, star of Doctor Who and The Railway Children, has kicked the bucket matured 93

An assertion from his representative, Gavin Barker Associates, said: "His profession crossed seventy years with such different work going from films like

The Railway Children and the Carry On series, hit 60s tune Right Said Fred, an infamous visitor on Fawlty Towers and portraying The Wombles.

"He functioned admirably into his 90s, as of late showing up in Doctor Who and the CBeebies series Old Jack's Boat.

"He lost his significant other of 66 years, Gill, last year.
"Bernard's commitment to British amusement is truly.

He was one of a kind, encapsulating the best of his age, and will be enormously missed by all who had the delight of knowing and working with him."

The adored entertainer was brought into the world in Oldham in 1928 and in the wake of showing up in front of an audience, he tracked down notoriety in film and TV

turning out to be well known as the storyteller of The Wombles and a long-term have on Jackanory.

He had a long and fluctuated filmography, remembering showing up for Carry On films and the first Casino Royale.

Cribbins likewise featured in Coronation Street and, all the more as of late, Doctor Who, as well as having a line of top 10 hits - including his 1962 satire melody Right Said Fred.

In the noughties return of Doctor Who, he played the granddad of Catherine Tate's personality and showed up in one of the show's most watched episodes ever,

In any case, it is his part in the film transformation of The Railway Children from 1970 which he is maybe most popular for

playing station watchman Albert Perks, highlighting in a scene where the kids rejoin with their dad on the train stage.