The British comedy icon died at his home in Liverpool on Sunday.
The world of entertainment is paying tribute to British comedy legend Sir Ken Dodd, who has died at the age of 90.
The much-loved star, famous his unruly appearance and epic stand-up shows whose style harked right back to the days of music hall, passed away at his home in the Liverpool suburb of Knotty Ash on Sunday (March 11th).
Dodd had recently left hospital on February 27th, following a six-week stay battling a chest infection. He had worked almost right up until his death, performing his final show at The Auditorium in Liverpool’s Echo Arena on December 28th last year.
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