- Name: Ronnie Corbett
- Age: 85 years old
- Height: 5ft 0in (153 cm)
- Occupation: Actor
- Net Worth: US $5 Million
- Status: Deceased
Ronnie Corbett was a Scottish actor, comedian and broadcaster. He was best known for the comedy sketch show, The Two Ronnies. Corbett was born to parents William Balfour and Annie Elizabeth on December 4, 1930 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He attended James Gillespie’s High School followed by Royal High School. Upon graduation, Corbett worked with the Ministry of Agriculture. He also served mandatory service as a pilot officer in the Royal Air Force.
Corbett moved to London in 1952 and made his screen debut in the comedy film, You’re Only Young Twice. In 1956 he was cast as “Chumleigh” in Maurice Elvey’s film, Fun at St. Fanny’s. Corbett rose to prominence with his various roles in the satirical television series, The Frost Report. The show ran for two seasons on BBC from 1966-1967. He followed up with a starring role as “Ronnie” on the sitcom, No – That’s Me Over Here!. The show ran from 1967-1970 for a total of three seasons.
Corbett and Ronnie Barker co-starred on the popular television series, The Two Ronnies. The show ran for 12 seasons on BBC from 1971-1987. Corbet played various characters including himself. Other notable mentions include the films Some Will, Some Won’t (1970), No Sex Please, We’re British (1973), Fierce Creatures (1997) and the series Now Look Here (1971-1973), and Sorry! (1981-1988).
Ronnie Corbett died on March 31, 2016 at the age of 85. His reported cause of death was motor neurone disease. He was first diagnosed with the disease back in March 2015. Corbett was 5ft tall and had a net worth of $5 million. He’s survived by wife, Anne Hart, and daughters, Emma and Sophie.
Ronnie Corbett Age, Birthday, Wiki
- Birth Name: Ronald Balfour Corbett
- Birthday: December 4, 1930
- Place of Birth: Edinburgh, Scotland
- Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
- How Tall : Height: 5ft 0in (153 cm)
- Occupation: Actor, Comedian, Broadcaster
- Years Active: 1952-2013
- Net Worth 2017: US $5 Million
- Marriage(s): Anne Hart
- Death-O-Meter: Dead
- Died: March 31, 2016
- Cause of Death: Motor Neurone Disease
- Place of Death: Croydon, England