Sean Arnold Wiki – Sean Arnold Bio
Sean Arnold was born in January 1941 in Wickwar, Gloucestershire, England. He was an English actor
Sean Arnold is best known for his roles as Mr. Llewelyn on Grange Hill in the 1970s and 1980s, and as Barney Crozier in the BBC television series Bergerac of the 1980s. He played the Commander Telson in the 1981 BBC Radio 4 science fiction series Earthsearch and the 1982 sequel Earthsearch II and later appeared as the police chief in Merseybeat. and also voiced all the characters in the 1984 James the Cat series. Her film credits include roles in North Sea Hijack (1979), Remembrance (1982), Haunters of the Deep (1984), Speaking of the Devil (1991), and Red Rose (2005).
Sean Arnold Age
He was 79 years old.
Sean Arnold Death & Cause
Grange Hill star Sean Arnold died at the age of 79. His family confirmed he died on Wednesday, April 15 after having a long-term illness.
His co-star John Nettles has paid tribute to a best friend and actor who appeared alongside him during the hit 80s show.
Sean also appeared in Grange Hill as headmaster Mr Llewellyn in the 1970s and 80s and a series of films.
But it was his role in the Jersey-set detective series for which he will be best remembered.
Plaudits were led by John, who starred in the title role as Jim Bergerac.
He said: “It is a very sad time and I am still coming to terms with it.
“He was one of my best friends and we had been friends for 40 years.”
ean chose to make Jersey his home after starring in the show.
In one of his last public appearances last November he joined John at the Jersey Museum for a reunion of the extras who also appeared in the series. The event was held to launch Sean’s book, Anton Myst.
This weekend, it was announced that the actor passed away on April 15 at Lakeside Care Home in St Peter.
Brian Constantine, executive producer at Westward Studios, which is involved in a Bergerac revival, also paid tribute to the star.
e said: “I did know Sean and my fondest memory of him was at an anniversary ball at the Weighbridge.
“He had the ability in a room of 150 people to still remember everyone’s names. He had a brilliant mind.
He was also a very eccentric dresser and would always stand out.
“I saw him at his book event and after that I was aware he was ill but the news still came as a shock.