Grange Hill and Minder actor Mark Farmer, 53, dies after short battle with cancer

Grange Hill and Minder actor Mark Farmer, 53, dies after short battle with cancer  Grange Hill and Minder actor Mark Farmer, 53, dies after short battle with cancer

Old Grange Hill actor Mark Farmer died after a short battle against cancer. was 53
TV star was born in London, who played football magnet Gary Hargreaves in the second, third and fourth series of the popular television show for children, died Tuesday.
The announcement was made on the Twitter account of Grange Hill, with a statement reading: “It is with great sadness that we report that Mark Farmer aka Gary Hargreaves died this morning RIP.”.
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The blond actor played by Gary – brother of Cathy (Linda Brill) – Study results from 1979 to 1981.
He appeared in the fourth episode of the second series, vying for the favor of Trisha Yates, played by Michelle Herbert. His last appearance came in sixteen episode of the fourth series.

Grange Hill and Minder actor Mark Farmer, 53, dies after short battle with cancer

After getting Grange Hill, Farmer went down the lead role in the BBC drama harsh Johnny Jarvis in 1983, which was seen as a thinly veiled attack on Thatcherism at the time.
He was then cast in the role (George Cole) Protected Arthur Daley Justin James in the classic ITV series Minder 1984-1989.

In the mid-80s when he played alongside Matthew Kelly as father and son in a Channel 4 Relative Strangers situation – a spin-off to hold the fort.
Other jobs followed in love and marriage ITV in 1986 TV movie Spirit and Mr. Corbett in 1987.

Grange Hill and Minder actor Mark Farmer, 53, dies after short battle with cancer

In 1990 he also began to concentrate on the music, forming the band with his classmate Billy Littlehouse Hardwicke and played guitar in a band Bad Manners.
Littlehouse is still used on a concert tour in London recently, in 2000, when dissolved with friends on the life of Mark and Billy are still playing music together in recent years.
The band recorded the EP with the title track called “eyes”.
The farmer had a brief return to action with a small role in the comedy American HottieBoombaLottie in 2008.
His death comes less than a year after Grange Hill co-star Terry Sue Patt, 50, (Benny Green) was found dead in his flat in Walthamstow, East London.

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