Who is Ted Robbins?
On the first night of Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights Live, comedian Ted Robbins was playing a solo act when he lost his balance while gripping his chest and collapsed to the ground.
Ted is an English comedian, on-screen talent, and broadcaster for radio and television. He is also a broadcaster. In front of live studio audiences, he has performed as a warm-up act for various pre-recorded comedic performances.
He has appeared in episodes of Wood and Walters and Birds of a Feather on Granada Television. He narrated Catchphrase from 1994 to 1996 and appeared again for Roy Walker’s penultimate season and the BBC’s Little Britain in 1998 and 1999.
Ted Robbins Illness And Health Update
Phoenix Nights artist Ted Robbins, who had a stunning fall while performing at the Manchester Arena on Saturday, was said to be in stable condition in the hospital that evening.
The first live performance of the eagerly awaited live version of the show was abruptly cut short because Den Perry, the 59-year-old actor who portrays him, felt unwell.
Around 9:45 p.m., paramedics took him to Wythenshawe Hospital, where his family and friends were waiting to comfort and support him.
He was brought to the venue’s emergency department for treatment after stumbling and collapsing during his performance in front of a packed audience.
The actor’s sister, Kate Robbins, posted an update following the incident to inform followers that he had been brought to the hospital and that his family was with him.
Is Ted Robbins Still Alive?
Ted Robbins is presently receiving treatment in a hospital, where his condition is described as stable, suggesting that he is still alive.
Many well-known figures, including Sky and ITV broadcaster Eamonn Holmes, have voiced their worry for him. In a tweet, Holmes expressed his worry over Ted Robbins’ health and said, “Just got an update on # TedRobbins.” He continued by saying that despite being stable, he still needs everyone’s prayers.
Speaking to the audience, the comedian John Bishop said, “Traveling home from Manchester with all the thoughts and love with Ted Robbins, his family, and the rest of the cast of The Phoenix Nights.” Bishop was in attendance at the event.
When the performance had to conclude early, Jason Manford tweeted that it had been excellent up until that point. During this trying time, our thoughts and prayers are with the distinguished Ted Robbins and his family. Get well soon, buddy.
What Happened To Ted Robbins?
Robbins suffered a heart attack while doing his solo act on the first night of the Phoenix Nights Live tour at the Manchester Arena on January 31, 2015. He fainted on stage while clutching his chest. Later, he was taken emergency-room-style.
The actor, who is now a father of two, was born in Liverpool and has been in a number of television shows, including Lead Balloon, Doctors, Brookside, and Holby City.
He presently plays both roles in the 2014 revival of Birds of a Feather, where he plays Barry Quid, and the CBBC comedy The Slammer, where he plays the governor of the made-up jail.
He supplied the voiceover talent for the television game show Catchphrase from 1994 and 1999. Additionally, he is the present host of a morning programme on BBC Radio Lancashire.
He portrayed Perry, the antagonist and proprietor of a rival club in the Phoenix Nights television series, who was in charge of setting The Phoenix Club on fire.