John Sessions dead: Tributes paid to a TV comedy legend as John Sessions dies aged 67

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Sessions died of a heart attack on Monday the statement revealed. The comedian was well known for his performances in Channel 4 improv show Whose Line Is It Anyway? He also provided voices for Spitting Image in the 1980s.

Danny Baker wrote: “Shocked to hear that John Sessions has died at 67. Terrific company always and a true talent. His roles at the heart of this, my favourite radio series, have given endless pleasure to me and will continue to do so always. Travel easy, chum…”

Peep Show’s Robert Webb said: “Bobby Ball and now John Sessions! Two very different performers who both absolutely inspired and delighted me at different times. Lovely, funny men.”

A statement from Alex Irwin of Markham, Froggatt & Irwin said: “It is with great sadness we can confirm that on Monday 2nd November, the actor John Sessions died at his home in South London. He will be hugely missed.”

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