Jeffrey Palmer dies: The James Bond star died at the age of 93

Actor Jeffrey Palmer has died at the age of 93.

Her agent has confirmed that the TV and film star died peacefully at home.

Jeffrey has starred in a number of popular sitcoms during his decade-long career, but Dame is perhaps best known for his role as Age Time Goes with Judy Dench.

The romantic sitcom about ex-lovers who got married after meeting later in life ran on the BBC between 1992 and 2005.

Actor James Blond restored their partnership in the blockbuster Never Dies tomorrow.

Judy affectionately describes Jeffrey as the “naughty” person she ever worked with.

As he presented the award-winning actor with the 2018 Older of the Year award, Judy told her former co-star: “Since he said about Ellen Terry, ‘I never thought he was old,’ I’m quoting Bernard Shaw. . “

The pair rekindled their partnership in the 1997 James Bond blockbuster Tomorrow Never Dies.

Jeffrey played the role of Admiral Roebuck in the fictional Admiral franchise of the British Royal Navy.

Geoffrey starring Dame Judy Dench as well as As Time Goes

Jeffrey also starred in Army Games, The Saints and The Avengers. He may appear in Doctor Who and Keeper of the Fact Towers and the Dead episode.

He was made OBE in 2004 to serve in the play.

He reunited with Dench in the acclaimed movie Mrs. Brown, he also appeared in films like The Madness of King George and WWE directed by Madonna.

Jeffrey Palmer was appointed OBE Officer of the British Empire.

He played Dr. Pringle in the television drama Public Eye – no, no, nothing like that.

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