Tributes are being paid to British comedy great Barry Cryer following his death at the age of 86.
"I haven't had a career, just a series of incidents," said Barry Cryer in 1998. "I've been dogged by good luck all my life."
Barry Cryer, who has died aged 86, established himself as a writer on TV show The Two Ronnies, and he also worked with other stars of British comedy such as Tommy Cooper, Sir Billy Connolly, Kenny Everett, Dave Allen and Les Dawson.
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