Renowned British comedian Mike Yarwood’s passing mourned.

Renowned British comedian and impersonator Mike Yarwood has passed away. He died in the hospital, leaving a lasting legacy in the entertainment industry. Yarwood gained fame in the 1960s and 1970s for his remarkable talent in mimicking politicians and public figures, including former British prime ministers Harold Wilson and Ted Heath, as well as Prince Charles.

He became one of the biggest TV stars with successful BBC shows. The Royal Variety Charity expressed its condolences, noting that Mike Yarwood’s impersonation skills brought smiles to millions and made him an icon in the comedy world.

Throughout his career, Yarwood graced television screens nationwide and became a household name in the 1960s and 1970s. His variety shows, including “The Mike Yarwood Show” and “Mike Yarwood In Persons,” captivated audiences and showcased his uncanny talent for mimicry on prime-time television for two decades.

Mike Yarwood was born on June 14, 1941, in Bredbury, and he remained a devoted advocate of Stockport County Football Club throughout his life. His family has requested privacy during this sad and difficult time.