Ronnie Baker Net Worth | Height, Weight, Age, Bio

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For 02.03.2020 – We have next information about Ronnie Baker earnings, net worth: $3,871,216 Dollars*

Source of income: Celebrities.

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Birth date and age: September 25, 1929, Bedford, United Kingdom

Death date: October 3, 2005, Adderbury, United Kingdom

Height:1.72 m

Profession:Transportation Department

Spouse:Joy Tubb (m. 1957–2005)

Children:Adam Barker, Charlotte Barker, Larry Barker

Height, Weight

How tall is Ronnie Baker – 1,77m.**
How much weight is Ronnie Baker – 75kg**
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Summary

Ronald William George Ronnie Barker, OBE (25 September 1929 – 3 October 2005) was an English actor, comedian and writer. He was known for roles in British comedy television series such as Porridge, The Two Ronnies and Open All Hours.He began acting in repertory theatre and decided he was best suited to comic roles. He had his first success at the Oxford Playhouse and in roles in the West End including Tom Stoppards The Real Inspector Hound. During this period, he was in the cast of BBC radio and television comedies such as The Navy Lark. He got his television break with the satirical sketch series The Frost Report in 1966, where he met future collaborator, Ronnie Corbett. He joined David Frosts production company and starred in ITV shows including a short film.After rejoining the BBC, Barker found fame with the sketch show The Two Ronnies (1971–1987), with Ronnie Corbett. He starred in the sitcoms Porridge, its sequel Going Straight and Open All Hours. He wrote comedy under his own name and the pseudonym Gerald Wiley, which Barker adopted to avoid pre-judgements of his talent. He won a BAFTA for best light entertainment performance four times, among other awards, and received an OBE in 1978.Later television sitcoms such as The Magnificent Evans and Clarence were less successful and he retired in 1987. He opened an antiques shop with his wife, Joy. After 1999, he appeared in smaller, non-comic roles in films. He died of heart failure on 3 October 2005, aged 76.

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