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Actor from the Stuff of fawlty towers is the death of 89-year-old

The british actor John Quarmby, who played an unforgettable role as a fødevareinspektør in the popular tv series 'Fun at the fawlty towers', is the death of 89-year-old. He was instrumental in 1979 in the unforgettable title 'Basil the Rat', which many still talk about to this day. In English called the tv series 'Fawlty Towers'

It writes multiple media heribland The Mirror and Express

Here he played the legendary role as a fødevareinspektør, which has given the hotel Fawlty Towers 24 hours to get things in order with a view to the extremely poor hygiene, he encountered in the hotel's restaurant-kitchen. It gives, of course, the hotel's eccentric manager Basil Fawlty (John Cleese) gray hair in the head of nervousness. And it will not become better by the fact that the Spanish waiter Manuel has kept a rat as a pet, now is unleashed and raging around in the hotel.

Three legendary characters from the 'Stuff of fawlty towers'. Jon Cleese in the role as hotelbestyrer Basil Fawlty, Connie Booth in the role of the maid Polly, and Andrew Sachs in the role as Spanish waiter Manuel. (Photo: Rex/Shutterstock)

The 79-year-old John Cleese, who played the lead role in the tv series as the manager Basil Fawlty, wrote today in a posting on twitter to remember his old colleague John Quarmby.

'I'm sorry to hear about John Quarmby's death. He played fødevareinspektøren in the episode 'Basil the Rat'. He was a very lovable guy. I will never forget the expression he had in his face, when he saw the rat in the kikse-hill.'

in Addition to her role in 'Fawlty Towers' John Quarmby also starred in the popular british television series 'Porridge' and 'Z Cars'.

'Fawlty Towers' was in fact in the year 2000 named the best british tv program ever by The british film institute. And in the year 2009, MSN a poll, the popular tv-series as the best tv comedy ever.

In Denmark, the tv series has been rebroadcast several times. So there is guaranteed not very many danes are a little up in age, who have not had a good laugh at the crazy people at the hotel.

the Actor John Cleese reminisced today of his deceased colleague on twitter. (Photo: Ritzau Scanix)

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