Harry Landis dead: Friday Night Dinner star who played Mr Morris died aged 90 | The Sun

FRIDAY Night Dinner star Harry Landis has died, aged 90.

Heartfelt tributes are pouring in for the London-born actor who was adored for his role as Mr Morris.

His agent at Sharry Clark Artists announced his death on in a post on Monday.

She said: "Sad news. Our lovely client Harry Landis has passed to spirit.

"Harry had an amazing career and gained a new following in later life as Mr Morris in Friday Night Dinner. It was a privilege to have worked with him as a client."

It included: "Harry you will be sadly missed. RIP."


BBC Breakfast viewers stunned by host’s outfit blunder during Queen coverage

ITV confirms return of The Chase and Tipping Point – but there’s a twist

Former Friday Night Dinner star Tracy-Ann Oberman was among those who acknowledged his passing.

She said: "Bloody loved #HarryLandis. I am so sorry to hear of his passing."

One devastated fan wrote: "RIP Harry, you were an incredibly gifted actor and you’ll be sorely missed, sleep well."

Another said: "Gutted. RIP Harry Landis aka Mr Morris from Friday Night Dinner. You had my entire family howling and crying with laughter during lockdown. The best lockdown antidote."

Most read in The Sun

'difficult to watch'

Martin Lewis breaks down in tears before going missing from GMB


Love Island’s Mary Bedford 'shaken, cut and bruised' after horrific car crash


From Obama to Trump, who is and isn't among 500 attending Queen's funeral


Harry hits out at uniform ban after being told he CAN'T wear military outfit

Harry proudly held a long-running career in theatre, film and television spanning over 60 years.

One of his most popular roles as barber Felix Kawalski in Eastenders from 1995 to 1997.

But his hilarious antics in Friday Night Dinner from 2012 to 2014 went down as a hit for many.

Comedy producer shared on Twitter: "Harry was a brilliantly funny, wonderful man. Our greatest guest star."

Source: Read Full Article