Graham Skidmore dead: Tributes pour in as Blind Dates’ ‘Our Graham’ dies aged 90

Blind Dates’ ‘Our Graham’ passed away on December 27 at the age of 90, but his death has only just been confirmed. He had vascular dementia for the last decade of his life and spent his final years living in Kent.

The legendary voice actor was a staple of the show through the 1980s and 90s.

He received the nickname “Our Graham” and went on to do the voice over for Vic and Bob’s Shooting Stars.

Graham left behind his three children and five grandchildren.

Graham’s son Neil, 54, paid tribute to the TV legend, remembering his iconic and easily recognisable voice.

“Daddy was self employed and had other lines of work.

“He had a launderette, a corner shop and he did up some flats. So there was some kind of consistency .

“He got into Blind Date and then Shootings Stars.”

Fans of the voice actor took to Twitter today to share their tributes after the sad news was confirmed.


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