Radio ‘large’ Jonathan ‘Jono’ Coleman dies aged 65

Jonathan Coleman

2021-07-10 19:02:00

Radio and tv presenter Jonathan Coleman has died after affected by prostate most cancers, his household have stated.

The UK-born 65-year-old Australian, nicknamed “Jono”, died on Friday together with his spouse and two kids by his facet.

He first appeared on TV in 1979 in Australia and later teamed up with Ian “Dano” Rogerson to develop into a double act, “Jono and Dano”.

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‘Jono’ Coleman appeared on TV and introduced quite a few radio reveals within the UK

After transferring to the UK, he labored with Russell Williams on Virgin Radio’s Russ and Jono present within the mid-Nineties and was later heard on Coronary heart and BBC radio.

In an announcement tweeted by his son Oscar, Coleman’s spouse Margot stated her husband had been her soulmate “for near 40 years”.

She stated: “Now we have been lucky to have lived a wealthy and great life and I’ve been fortunate sufficient to look at up-close somebody with monumental expertise and the particular reward to make individuals snicker.

“I’ll miss him past phrases and with the help of our beautiful kids, Oscar and Emily, and their companions, we are going to proceed to dwell within the method he wished.”

She stated her husband had wished to be remembered for doing “a superb deed every single day”, which was indicative of his “generosity and caring nature”.

Talking in 2018 about his most cancers analysis, Coleman instructed Australia’s Studio 10: “Inside like 5 minutes, he [the doctor] stated, ‘sure, nicely, I can inform you your prostate is enlarged and there is a type of a tough lump so I would say you have bought most cancers’.”

A sequence of high-profile figures have paid tribute.

Star of Gladiator, Russell Crowe, described the DJ as “a beautiful man”.

Replying to Oscar Coleman’s tweet, the Australian actor stated: “Hey Oscar, I am actually sorry to listen to this information. Your dad was a beautiful man. It should be an terrible time for you proper now. My deepest condolences.”

BBC Radio London, the place Coleman had labored, stated on Twitter: “We’re so unhappy on the information that our former colleague Jono Coleman has died from most cancers on the age of 65. Our ideas are with Jono’s spouse Margot and his kids at this time.”

Australian comic Adam Hills stated Coleman was considered one of his “early radio heroes, and one of many nicest individuals I ever met”.

Presenter Jeremy Vine described Coleman as a “large of radio”.

Writer Kathy Lette, a good friend and neighbour of the DJ in London, stated he “lit up our days with love and laughter”.

The presenter’s household stated a memorial occasion can be organised when the state of affairs allowed.


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