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John Bardon’s height is 5ft 11in (1.80 m)

John Bardon (born John Michael Jones, 25 August 1939 – 12 September 2014), was an English stage and screen actor. He was awarded the Laurence Olivier Award in 1988 (1987 season) as ‘Best Actor in a Musical’ for Kiss Me, Kate, sharing the award with co-star Emil Wolk. He was best known for playing the patriarch Jim Branning on EastEnders for 13 years. On 12 September 2014 the BBC announced that Bardon had died at age 75.

John Bardon

First Name: John
Middle Name: Michael
Last Name: Jones
Birth Full Name: John Michael Jones
Other Names: John Michael Bardon
Born: 25 August, 1939
Birthplace: Brentford, Middlesex, England
Died: 12 September, 2014
Height: 5ft 11in (1.80 m)
Build: Average
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Grey
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
Occupation: Actor
Filmography: East Is East (1999), The Killing Zone (1999), Hippies (1999, TV Show), Polterguests (1999, TV Show), Fierce Creatures (1997), Midsomer Murders (1997, TV Show), The Broker’s Man (1997, TV Show), Gobble (1997, TV Movie), Merisairas (1996), A Royal Scandal (1996, TV Movie), Gulliver’s Travels (1996, TV Movie), Frontiers (1996, TV Show), Giving Tongue (1996, TV Movie), Bramwell (1995, TV Show), Keeper (1994, TV Show), Goodnight Sweetheart (1993, TV Show), The Detectives (1993, TV Show), Get Back (1992, TV Show), Heartbeat (1992, TV Show), Love Hurts (1992, TV Show), Hope It Rains (1991, TV Show), Further Up Pompeii (1991, TV Movie), Drop the Dead Donkey (1990, TV Show), This Is David Harper (1990, TV Show), Birds of a Feather (1989, TV Show), Desmond’s (1989, TV Show), Mike & Angelo (1989, TV Show), Mystery!: Campion (1989, TV Show), Agatha Christie’s Poirot (1989, TV Show), Hannay (1988, TV Show), That’s Love (1988, TV Show), Thin Air (1988, TV Show), Hard Cases (1988, TV Show), 84 Charing Cross Road (1987), Clockwise (1986), Boon (1986, TV Show), Casualty (1986, TV Show), Lovejoy (1986, TV Show), Call Me Mister (1986, TV Show), Kit Curran (1986, TV Show), The Return of the Antelope (1986, TV Show), Ordeal by Innocence (1985), C.A.T.S. Eyes (1985, TV Show), EastEnders (1985, TV Show), Screen One (1985, TV Show), Dodger, Bonzo and the Rest (1985, TV Show), Pericles, Prince of Tyre (1984, TV Movie), The Body in the Library (1984, TV Movie), The Bill (1984, TV Show), Johnny Jarvis (1983, TV Show), Fords on Water (1983), Up the Elephant and Round the Castle (1983, TV Show), Friend or Foe (1982), Here’s a Funny Thing (1982, TV Movie), Never the Twain (1981, TV Show), Only Fools and Horses…. (1981, TV Show), Tiny Revolutions (1981, TV Movie), Hi-de-Hi! (1980, TV Show), The Gentle Touch (1980, TV Show), Murphy’s Stroke (1979, TV Movie), Minder (1979, TV Show), Shoestring (1979, TV Show), Terry and June (1979, TV Show), Prince Regent (1979, TV Show), Law & Order (1978, TV Show), Hazell (1978, TV Show), Rumpole of the Bailey (1978, TV Show), Famous Five (1978, TV Show), A Sharp Intake of Breath (1977, TV Show), Lorna Doone (1976, TV Show), Killers (1976, TV Show), One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing (1975), Angels (1975, TV Show), The Sweeney (1975, TV Show), S*P*Y*S (1974), Antony and Cleopatra (1974, TV Movie), BBC2 Playhouse (1974, TV Show), The Donati Conspiracy (1973, TV Show), Are You Being Served? (1972, TV Show), Crown Court (1972, TV Show), Pretenders (1972, TV Show), Play for Today (1970, TV Show), Dad’s Army (1968, TV Show), ITV Playhouse (1967, TV Show), CBS Children’s Film Festival (1967, TV Show), Coronation Street (1960, TV Show), ITV Sunday Night Drama (1959, TV Show), EastEnders (1985, TV Show), Here’s a Funny Thing (1982, TV Movie), June Brown: Respect Your Elders (2012), Just the Two of Us (2006, TV Show), Another Audience with Shirley Bassey (2006, TV Movie), The British Soap Awards 2005 (2005, TV Movie), EastEnders: Christmas Party (2004, TV Movie), EastEnders: Christmas Party (2003, TV Movie), Breakfast (2000, TV Show), GMTV (1993, TV Show), This Morning (1988, TV Show), Friday Night, Saturday Morning (1979, TV Show)

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