Ruth Madoc Passed Away At The Age Of 79

Ruth Madoc, a well-known actress, and singer died on December 9 at the age of 79. She was well-known for her roles in series such as Hi-de-Hi! and Little Britain. Madoc’s representative, Phil Belfield, revealed the information, claiming that she was hospitalized and undergoing surgery after an accident last week. Phil also acknowledged her ability and effort on various projects she was involved with over the years.

Russell T Davies, a screenwriter, paid homage to her on Instagram, uploading a photo and recounting his memories of working with her. Ruth was hospitalized last week following an accident, forcing her to miss her participation in the pantomime Aladdin at Torquay’s Princess Theatre. Madoc posted an update on her health on social media a day ago, claiming she is OK and would soon return to the film and stage. Madoc’s supporters offered her prayers and well wishes in the aftermath of the event. She was in another accident three years ago, when a tumble on stage injured her femur and sent her to the hospital for a few days.

Twitter users pay tribute

Ruth Madoc was beloved by the audience for her faultless performances in cinema throughout the years. When fans learned of her death, they instantly took to Twitter to express their sorrow:

Ruth Madoc was well-known for her theater appearances.

Madoc was born on April 16, 1943, in Norwich, England, and attended RADA in London. She began her career with a few films before receiving notoriety for her appearance in the program Poem and Pints. Ruth was well-known for her theater performances, in which she portrayed a variety of parts in numerous plays and musicals. She was cast as Gladys Pugh in the BBC comedy Hi-de-Hi!. Hi-de-Hi!, created by Jimmy Perry and David Croft, ran for nine seasons and 58 episodes from January 1, 1980, to January 30, 1988.

Ruth Madoc

This Is Your Life, a biographical television documentary, portrays Ruth’s life. She later featured on a couple of reality series before winning I’m Famous and Frightened! She went on to star in a number of additional TV programs and theatre productions. Ruth Madoc was also noted for her roles in other programs such as Big Top, Coming Home, and others.

Ruth Madoc

Fiddler on the Roof, Under Milk Wood, The Prince and the Pauper, Very Annie Mary, and Journey Man are among Ruth Madoc’s cinematic credits. She was well-known for her roles in television programs such as The Adventure Game, Big Top, Get Your Act Together, Stella, Doctors, and others. Ruth is survived by her son Rhys and daughter Lowri. From 1961 until 1981, she was married to actor Philip Madoc. Madoc then married John Jackson, who died in September of last year.

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