Friday Night Dinner star Harry Landis dies aged 90: Actor’s agent announces the sad news on social media, revealing he will be ‘sadly missed’
Friday Night Dinner star Harry Landis has died aged 90.
The London-born actor and director, most recently known for playing Mr. Morris in the Channel 4 sitcom, passed away on Monday.
His death was announced by his agent at Sharry Clark Artists, who wrote on Facebook Monday: “Sad news. Our dear customer Harry Landis has transitioned to spirit.
Rest in peace: Friday Night Dinner star Harry Landis has passed away aged 90 (the actor pictured in 2003)
“Harry had a great career and gained a new following later in life as Mr Morris in Friday Night Dinner. It was a privilege to have had the opportunity to work with him as a client. ‘
The heartfelt post included: ‘Harry, you will be sadly missed. REST IN PEACE.’
After his death, Tracy-Ann Oberman, who appeared in Friday Night Dinner between 2011-2020, paid tribute to him on Twitter.
In addition to sharing a clip of him, she wrote: “Bloody loved #HarryLandis. I’m so sorry to hear of his passing.’
So Sad: The London-born actor and director, most recently known for playing Mr. Morris in the Channel 4 sitcom, passed away on Monday
Harry gained a whole region of new followers thanks to his role as Mr Morris in Friday Night Diner, a role he played from 2012-2014.
The thespian also starred on A Hill in Korea as a conscript, while appearing as Felix Kawalski in EastEnders.