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Vicar of Dibley star leaves huge sum to one relative in Australia

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VICAR of Dibley star Gary Waldhorn has left £1.44m in his will. Gary, who died in January aged 78, played parish council chairman David Horton in the hit 90s sitcom - and appeared in every episode.

Probate Office papers show he left his fortune to his only son, Josh, who lives in Australia. At the time of his death, Josh said his father had “peacefully passed away”.

He added: “Classically trained, it was the theatre where he truly flourished and he leaves a legacy of entertainment that saw him frequent the boards of Broadway, the West End and our living rooms on the telly. “We’ll all miss him terribly.” READ MORE SHOWBIZ'UNNECESSARY' Strictly's Tyler breaks silence after rumours of a 'feud' with judge CraigDINE ANOTHER DAY Come Dine With Me fans all have the same complaint just minutes into show Theatre actor Gary trained in the US, where he met Christie Dickason, later to become his wife and mother of his son.

But their marriage ended in divorce in 1980 and she became a novelist. Gary went on to star alongside Dame Judi Dench on stage and also appeared in The Sweeney, Brush Strokes and Hotel Babylon.

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