Jonathan Routh 1927-2008

A Helpful Form of TransportWe are sad to report the passing of Jonathan Routh on Wednesday, June 4th, 2008. Jonathan co-starred in the British version of the television show Candid Camera (1960-67) and co-starred with Germaine Greer and Kenny Everett in Nice Time. He published a number of humorous books, painted for many years, and exhibited regularly in Jamaica, Italy and the United States. He is survived by his wife , Shelagh and two sons from his first marriage, Christian, who lives in Barcelona, Spain, and Jonathan, who lives in Frankfurt, Germany.

Jonathan Routh wintered at Fort Victoria, Tryall Club, Sandy Bay in the parish of Hanover, Jamaica, West Indies and also spent summers in Nacolina, Conco Doro, Castellina in Chianti, and Sienna, Italy.

To view his work, you can click on the thumbnail above, or you can click here to visit his page and learn more about his life’s work on his page on our site. Comments are open for this post for anyone who wishes to leave their thoughts about Jonathan. Please click the link below that says “Comments.”

The Guardian | The Independent | Daily Telegraph | The Times | Economist

The Stage | The Other I | BBC/Radio4 Last Word Programme |

Liverpool Daily Post

Major internet links created for Jonathan Routh’s Legacies

Click below to view Jonathan Routh’s Television Work and Books
(Scroll down to UK Candid Camera Classics)

Click below to view the Jonathan Routh Collection of
Paintings and Giclees

Click below for the Jonathan Routh Wikipedia Entries

Click below for the Jonathan Routh About Us Page & Obituaries


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