‘Doctor Who’ actor Richard Franklin no more – Times of India

'Doctor Who' actor Richard Franklin no more - Times of India

Experienced actor Richard FranklinBest known for his roles in ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Emmerdale’, has died. He was 87 years old.
The news of his death was shared by his long-time friend. Liam Rodin on social media, Deadline reported.
“It is with great sadness that the family of Richard Franklin asked me this morning to share the news of his passing. Richard passed away peacefully in his sleep. Details of funeral arrangements will be shared here as they are announced. “Sleep well Richard,” Rodin’s post read.
Franklin’s breakout TV role was as Joe Townsend in the British soap Crossroads, which debuted in 1969. Mike Yates While in terror of the Autons Jon Pertwee Served as third doctor. After his time on Planet of the Spiders, Franklin continued to play Mike Yates in specials, spin-offs, audio dramas and in the novel he wrote, The Killing Stone, his role as the main character of the story. worked on
He also starred in ‘Little Women’, ‘The Pathfinders’, ‘The Borgias’ and ‘Heartbeat’. Franklin was also a writer, journalist and political activist.

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