Bernard Cribbins was a versatile entertainer. He tried his hand at everything from Shakespeare to pantomime, Jackanory to Top of the Pops as an actor, comic, singer, and raconteur.

He provided the voice for the Wombles, Catherine Tate’s lovable grandfather in Doctor Who, and the irritated but kind-hearted station master in the 1970 film The Railway Children.

In 2018, he was over 90 years old and authored an autobiography about his years in the show business.

It was titled Bernard Who? 75 Years Of Doing Absolutely Everything, and its counsel was straightforward.

“Do your best and be thankful for every job.”

Bernard Cribbins was born on December 29, 1928, into a working-class family in Oldham, Lancashire.

Bernard Cribbins
Bernard Cribbins

Bernard Cribbins Funeral Service

There hasn’t been a funeral service for Bernard Cribbins yet. All preparation for his funeral service is yet to be announced by his family.

Bernard Cribbins Cause of Death

Bernard Cribbins passed away on July 28, 2022, when he was 93 years old. The cause of Cribbins’ passing has not been revealed

In a statement announcing his passing, his representative praised him for his lengthy career and contributions to children’s television.

Our Beloved actor Bernard Cribbins OBE has passed away at the age of 93,” according to Gavin Barker Associates.

“Bernard’s impact on British entertainment is without a doubt,” they concluded.

Bernard Cribbins Burial Rights

Any information about his burial service, date, time, and venue is still underway. We will update this page when it is been announced.



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