Steve Brown Death Cause Is Linked To Cancer

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Steve Brown, a well-known musician and comedian, recently died of cancer, as confirmed by an obituary published by The Abbey Family.

Steve Brown, who was from Great Britain, was a well-known composer, songwriter, record producer and arranger. Although best known for his songs, he has proven himself to be a skilled comedian in both acting and writing.

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Brown was a regular on the Sony Award-winning BBC Radio 4 comedy sketch show In One Ear from 1984 to 1986. The fun things he did helped him grow as a person.

Steve replaced Philip Pope as permanent songwriter for the satirical comedy show Spitting Image through the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s. At first Steve just wrote the lyrics.

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Steve Brown

Steve Brown

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Steve Brown’s cause of death linked to cancer?

Steve Brown, a sweetheart on The Abbey, died of cancer, which came as a surprise. He died suddenly and The Abbey Group wrote an online post to say he had died.

The Abbey Group said in a statement that Steve Brown is a beloved character on Abbey who died last week after losing his battle with cancer.

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Steve was a big reason the Abbey family has thrived for so long. Steve was a skilled craftsman, furniture restorer and French hand polisher. He also had a good heart.

Brown will always have a special place in the heart of the Abbey family and the younger Abbey students who have had the opportunity to learn some of his amazing things will keep his legacy alive.

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Brown has appeared on a number of radio shows including Jammin’ with Roland Rivron and The Lee Mack Show on BBC Radio 2, where he has acted in many sketches.

Steve Brown obituary posts on the internet?

Steve Brown has heard from many people who are saddened by his loss, but the Abbey family’s obituary has truly touched his heart.

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The Abbey family sends their deepest condolences to Steve’s wife Jen, his young children and all the staff who worked, learned from, joked with and laughed with him.

Friends, associates, government officials and veterans have offered their condolences and tributes to his family on his death. Everyone will miss him very much.

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Since 1997 he has done all of the music and arrangements for British comedian Harry Hill’s TV, radio, live, recording and film work. He was also responsible for the music for his ITV TV burp show and wrote the jingles.

In 2013 he wrote all the original songs and the symphonic score for The Harry Hill Movie. Brown wrote, produced and recorded all of the music for Hill’s 2015 performance of ITV’s Stars in Their Eyes.

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Did Steve Brown have children with his wife?

Yes, Steve Brown has children from his current wife and from his first marriage. He was married twice in his life.

Steve first became a father when his first wife, Jan Ravens, gave birth to two sons, Alfie Brown and Lenny Brown. Jan plays comedic roles and makes impressions.

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Alfie, his son, is a stand-up comedian who does his job well, and Lenny, his other son, is a musician.

Brown remarried to Deborah Cornelius in 2010 and they have been together ever since. Brown also had a daughter named Manon. The two lived in West London.

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