Bobby Ball dead: How did Bobby Ball die? Cause of death

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Comedian Robert Harper, professionally known as Bobby Ball, has died. His manager announced the British comedian had died earlier this morning (Thursday, October 29) in a statement but how did he die? has everything you need to know.

How did Bobby Ball die?

Bobby Ball has died aged 76 after testing positive for coronavirus, his manager has confirmed.

He died at  Blackpool Victoria Hospital last night (Wednesday, October 28).

The statement read: “It is with great personal sadness that on behalf of Yvonne Ball, and the family, and Tommy Cannon, I announce that Bobby Ball passed away at Blackpool Victoria Hospital on the 28th October 2020 approximately 21:30.

“Bobby had been taken to the hospital for tests as he started with breathing problems.

“At first it was thought to be a chest infection but a test proved positive for Covid-19.

“His wife Yvonne said the hospital and staff could not have been more wonderful, as they were outstanding in their care of duty and they did everything possible for him and she cannot praise them enough.

“She said that the family and Tommy would like to express their sincere thanks to the many, many people who have been fans of Bobby and they know that they will all share in part the great loss and total sadness that Yvonne, the family and Tommy all feel.

“Yvonne added that their need for privacy at this time has to be a priority. No further announcements or statements will be made.”

His wife Yvonne said: “I will always miss him, he was so joyful, full of fun and mischievous.”

Ball’s manager Phil Dale said: “Bobby was a true comedy star who loved entertaining people and he loved life itself. I spoke to him every day and it would always end in laughter.”

The late star was best known for being one half of the  double act Cannon and Ball, with Tommy Cannon.

Together, they hosted the   The Cannon and Ball Show for nine years between 1979 and 1988.

His close friend, Tommy Cannon said in a statement: “Rock on, my good friend, I can’t believe this, I’m devastated.”

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