Rik Mayall Obituary, Death, Funeral Information

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Rik Mayall obituary: Rik Mayall was a phenomenal and outrageous performer, a leading light of the “alternative” comedy circuit that emerged from the Comedy Store in the 1980s, and a not inconsiderable comic actor who played in Beckett and Simon Gray on the West End stage and in Gogol at the National Theatre. He passed away unexpectedly at the age of 56. Timing was an essential component to his success. His crude persona Rick, who he played in the groundbreaking television series The Young Ones (1982-1984), was a gimlet-eyed, nose-picking lunatic who, despite this, carried a terrible plausibility as a prissy radical student of the day. The series was written by Ben Elton and Lise Mayer.

Long gone were the serious political protests and scathing, intelligent revues of the student generation of the 1960s; here, student life was parodied as grotty and anarchic, with Mayall surrounded by Ade Edmondson as Vyvyan, a crypto-Nazi; Nigel Planer as Neil, a cartoon, out-of-date hippie in a haze; and Christopher Ryan as Mike, a miniature smoothie; a bunch of total Mayall even lived this role off-stage, as he revealed to an interviewer (no doubt only half-seriously) that he threw his satchel in the Severn on the day he found out he had gotten a place at Manchester University and vowed to never read a book again. This was the day he found out he would be attending Manchester University. Full Obituary

Rik Butcher obituary: My father, Rik Butcher, who passed away recently at the age of 81, began his career as a journalist, writing for local newspapers and also working as a freelancer. He later moved on to become the public relations manager for Perkins Engines in Peterborough, where he worked until the end of his life. But in addition to that, he also pursued a career in politics. He was a liberal whose political hero was Jo Grimond, and he ran unsuccessfully for election as the Liberal party candidate for Bedford in the general election in 1970. Later, he tried running for election as an Independent county council candidate for Oundle in Northamptonshire in 1981, but he was unsuccessful at that as well. Full Obituary

Rik Martorano Obituary: Rik lost his courageous battle with cancer on August 10, 2012, in the 48th year of his life. He passed away at home surrounded by his loving family and in the peaceful environment of his home. The one and only love of Kathy (who was previously married to Blendeman), and the much-loved father of Brittney and Ricky Jordan. Dedicated son of Fred and Melina Martorano, devoted brother of Mary (Manny) Salem and Marco (Elizabeth) Martorano. Beloved son of Fred and Melina Martorano. Uncle who adores having fun and who looks out for his nieces and nephews, Bianca (Brian), Krista-Marie, Mya, and Markie. Don Martorano is the grandson of Maria Martorano. Grandparents Giuseppi and Caterina Cali, as well as Ferdinando Martorano, as well as a large number of aunts, uncles, and cousins, all passed away before Rik was born. Rik was a man of integrity and compassion, and he deeply valued his relationships with his family and friends. He was very devoted to his work, and he offered unflagging support to each and every one of his customers while maintaining a cheerful demeanor the entire time. We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to the CCAC/CBI nurses Irena, Val, Beth, BJ, and Tracey, as well as to Dr. Michael Marcaccio and Dr. Kevin Zbuk, who went above and beyond for Rik and his family. During Rik’s illness, we would like to express our gratitude to his customers and staff for their understanding and unwavering support. Full Obituary