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Funeral tributes to actor and comedian Johnny Beattie

The actor and comedian, who died aged 93, appeared in TV and films roles, as well as variety theatre and pantomime.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Gaiety theatre supporter and showbiz giant Johnny Beattie dies at 93

gaiety theatre supporter and showbiz giant johnny beattie dies at 93
Known as Mr Gaiety himself, veteran theatre star and River City actor Johnny Beattie died at the age of 93 yesterday.
Daily Record - Published

Life and times of Scots comedy legend Johnny Beattie who has died aged 93

life and times of scots comedy legend johnny beattie who has died aged 93
Johnny Beattie MBE enjoyed a career spanning more than 60 years and appeared on shows including Scotch & Wry, Rac C. Nesbitt before later starring in soap opera River City.
Daily Record - Published

Nicola Sturgeon pays tribute to 'national treasure' Johnny Beattie

nicola sturgeon pays tribute to 'national treasure' johnny beattie
The First Minister posted a picture of herself and the comedy legend on Twitter where she described him as a 'truly lovely man'.
Daily Record - Published

Johnny Beattie tribute as Andy Cameron hails Scottish comedy legend

johnny beattie tribute as andy cameron hails scottish comedy legend
Writing for the Daily Record, Andy looks back on his relationship with his great pal Johnny after the stage and TV star passed away today at the age of 93.
Daily Record - Published

Scottish entertainer Johnny Beattie dies aged 93

The actor spent 60 years in showbusiness, and was considered a giant of Scotland's comedy scene.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Johnny Beattie dead as Scottish comedy and acting legend passes away aged 93

johnny beattie dead as scottish comedy and acting legend passes away aged 93
Over six decades the former River City star established himself as one of the giants of Scotland's comedy scene alongside Rikki Fulton, Jack Milroy and Stanley Baxter.
Daily Record - Published