Actor Richard Briers, loved by millions for his years in TV sitcom The Good Life, has been praised as a "national treasure" after his death at the age of 79.
Actor Richard Briers, loved by millions for his years in TV sitcom The Good Life, has been praised as a \"national treasure\" after his death at the age of 79.
GOOD LIFE: Tributes have flooded in for actor Richard Briers, star of hit 1970s sitcom The Good Life, following his death at the age of 79.
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His co-star in the hit 1970s BBC show, Penelope Keith, said he was "the most talented of actors" and his death was an "enormous loss".
Briers, who also played a number of Shakespearean roles on screen as well as starring in hit shows such as Ever Decreasing Circles and Monarch Of The Glen, had battled a serious lung condition for many years.
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