Frank Windsor dead: EastEnders and Z-Cars legend dies at home surrounded by family

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Frank Windsor has died this week on the age of 92, his agent has confirmed.

He handed away peacefully at his house on Wednesday.

The actor was finest identified for taking part in Detective Sergeant John Watt in Z-Automobiles from 1962 to 1965, and likewise had roles in Casualty and EastEnders.

An announcement from Frank’s agent mentioned: “It’s with nice unhappiness that we announce the dying of our much-loved consumer Frank Windsor on the age of 92.

“Frank handed away peacefully at his house in London on Wednesday September 30 2020.

“Born Frank W Higgins on July 12 1928, his performing profession spanned over 50 years, with notable roles in Z-Automobiles, Softly Softly, Casualty and Peak Observe.

Frank Windsor has died this week on the age of 92

“Frank is survived by his daughter Amanda and his spouse Mary, who was by his aspect till the top.

“As per Frank’s needs and consistent with Covid restrictions, there might be no funeral or memorial service, only a personal cremation together with his ashes being laid to relaxation together with his beloved son David.

“Our ideas are together with his household and mates.”

Frank with the forged of Z Automobiles at a reunion in 1992

Frank studied performing on the Central Faculty of Speech and Drama.

He was identified primarily for his TV work, but additionally loved a profession within the theatre.

A notable position included starring alongside Prunella Scales in a manufacturing of What the Butler Noticed.

The actor in Casualty in 2003

Frank as Peter Wilson and Maggie O’Neill as Dr Alex Redman in Peak Observe

Different TV gigs he had in his profession embody starring twice in Physician Who, Softly, Softly, Peak Pratice and The Avengers.

He was additionally the topic of an episode of This Is Your Life in 1972. 

Frank married Mary Corbett in 1959 and so they had two kids collectively.

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