John Bardon Net Worth

John Bardon was born on August 25, 1939 in  Brentford, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom, is Actor, Writer, Soundtrack. John Bardon was born on August 25, 1939 in Brentford, Middlesex, England as John Michael Jones. He was an actor and writer, known for EastEnders (1985), Clockwise (1986) and Get Back (1992). He was married to Enda Gates. He died on September 12, 2014 in Romford, London, England.
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Who is it? Actor, Writer, Soundtrack
Birth Day August 25, 1939
Birth Place  Brentford, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
Age 81 YEARS OLD
Died On 12 September 2014(2014-09-12) (aged 75)\nCollier Row, Romford, London, England
Birth Sign Virgo
Cause of death Stroke
Occupation Actor
Years active 1973–2011
Notable work Jim Branning in EastEnders (1996, 1999–2011)
Spouse(s) Enda Gates (2002–2014; his death)
Children 1 (stepson)

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Biography/Timeline

1975

He also was a regular in Rumpole of the Bailey, as a member of the "clan Timson, a family of South London villains", as described by Rumpole. He had made notable guest appearances in Dad's Army in 1975 in the episode "Ring Dem Bells" (in addition to this, he played Private Walker in the 1975-76 stage adaptation of Dad's Army, as original television actor James Beck had died in 1973) and Are You Being Served? in 1976 in the episode "No Sale". He also starred in the British police drama The Sweeney, in which he played villain Doc Boyd in the episode "Faces", first broadcast on Monday 8 September 1975. In the same year, he also appeared as a bookmaker in the film One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing. In 1978 he was cast as Del Rogers in G. F. Newman's Law and Order on BBC2.

1982

In 1982 he appeared on Channel Four as legendary Comedian Max Miller in Here's a Funny Thing in a reprise of the role from the stage version of the production which had been seen at Liverpool Playhouse, the Edinburgh Fringe and the Fortune Theatre in L in the much acclaimed BBC drama, Johnny Jarvis (Nigel Williams). In 1984, he had a guest role as "Constable Palk" in The Body in the Library, and appeared as a night porter in the film version of Ordeal by Innocence the following year. In 1989, he appeared in Agatha Christie's Poirot in the episode "Four and Twenty Blackbirds".

1986

In 1986 he appeared as a security guard supervisor in an episode of Only Fools and Horses from series five called "The Longest Night", in the same year he appeared as a Railway ticket collector in the film Clockwise. He was a guest star in two episodes of Coronation Street in the early 1990s. He appeared as the father of Daryl Stubbs in Birds of a Feather (in 1991 and again in 1998), and played an asylum warden in the 1996 TV adaptation of Gulliver's Travels. In 1997, he appeared briefly as one of the zoo customers in the film comedy Fierce Creatures, and 2 years later he appeared in the film East Is East as Mr. Moorhouse, a white supremacist.

1996

Bardon was born in Brentford, Middlesex. He may be best known for having played Jim Branning on EastEnders. His character, the father of established character Carol Jackson, first appeared briefly in 1996. The character of Jim returned to the series in 1999 and this time became a regular character, later marrying Dot Cotton (June Brown). Bardon filmed his final scenes for EastEnders in March 2011 after years of poor health.

2002

Prior to his work in EastEnders, Bardon worked as a shuttle driver at Heathrow Airport. In June 2002, he married Enda Gates.

2007

On 14 June 2007, Bardon was taken to hospital after suffering a major stroke at home. In November 2007, it was reported that he was making steady progress, when he opened a new stroke ward at the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital in Welwyn Garden City. It was reported on 27 December 2007 that Bardon had walked for the first time in six months.

2008

On 8 August 2008, Bardon was rushed to hospital with a second suspected stroke. It was confirmed on 5 October 2008 that Bardon had returned home. On 9 November, June Brown confirmed that he would appear in EastEnders again on Christmas Day. Jim was seen on screen briefly on 4 December 2008, when his son Jack went to see him in the care home. Bardon returned to work at EastEnders full-time in June 2009 and was on screen from 20 August 2009.

2011

Bardon's last appearance was aired on 26 May 2011, when his character Jim left Albert Square to move into a care home. On the morning of 12 September 2014, Bardon died of a stroke at the Romford Grange Care Home, in Collier Row, Romford. News of his death was announced later that day, and the episode of EastEnders that was broadcast that evening was dedicated to his memory. He is survived by his wife and stepson, Brendan.

2019

Bardon appeared on the BBC show Just the Two of Us. His singing partner was Jocelyn Brown and the pair finished fourth. Bardon also made an appearance in the sitcom Desmond’s, in a two part Part episode of the second series in which he played a police officer.