Dennis Waterman was an English actor and singer who lived from February 24, 1948, until May 8, 2022. He was most recognized for his tough-guy main parts in TV shows such as The Sweeney, Minder, and New Tricks, for which he sang the theme song.

Waterman was born on February 24, 1948, in Clapham, to Rose Juliana (née Saunders) and Harry Frank Waterman, the youngest of nine children.

London. Ken, Peter, Stella, Norma, and Myrna were among the siblings that lived at 2 Elms Road in Clapham Common South Side. Harry Waterman worked for British Railways as a ticket collector. By the time Dennis was born, two older sisters, Joy and Vera, had already left home, and another brother, Allen, had died as a kid.

Waterman’s childhood included a lot of boxing. His father was an amateur boxer who forced all of his sons to fight. Dennis was introduced to boxing by his older brother Ken when he was three years old, and when he was ten, Dennis joined Caius Boxing Club. Peter, another older brother, was a welterweight champion boxer.

Waterman attended Granard Primary School in Putney, South-West London, and Corona Stage School in Ravenscourt Park, Hammersmith, West London.

Who is Pam Flint, Dennis Waterman’s wife?

Pam Flint was actor Dennis Waterman’s fourth wife. Until his death in May 2022, they were married for 11 years. Pam is rarely in the spotlight, thus little is known about her personal life. In 2006, however, she was diagnosed with bladder cancer and had surgery to save her life.

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