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Has Jono Coleman died?

Has Jono Coleman died?

July 9, 2021
Jonathan Coleman/Date of death

How long did Jonathan Coleman have prostate cancer?

Australian radio and television personality Jonathan “Jono” Coleman has died, after living for four years with prostate cancer.

What happened to Jono Coleman?

Beloved Australian radio presenter and television personality Jonathon Coleman has died following a four-year battle with prostate cancer. He died peacefully on Friday night with his wife of 31-years, Margot, and children Oscar, 27, and Emily, 24, by his side. He was 65.

How old was Jono Coleman?

65 years (1956–2021)
Jonathan Coleman/Age at death

BBC Radio London, where Coleman had worked, said on Twitter: “We are so sad at the news that our former colleague Jono Coleman has died from cancer at the age of 65.

Where does Jonathan Coleman of the polka project live?

Coleman was born in Hackney in London. Coleman lived in North London from 1990 until his return to Australia in 2006. He now resides in Sydney, and is married with two children. ^ “Jonathan Coleman’s Polka Project”.

Where does Jonathan Coleman get his news from?

Coleman appears regularly for many international television crossovers from the United Kingdom for Australian television. Coleman also wrote for Punch magazine titled Coleman’s Bowls, the national newspaper Daily Star, OK Magazine and The Evening Standard.

When did Jonathan Coleman move to Triple M?

In 1984 Jonathan Coleman and Ian ‘Dano’ Rogerson moved to radio station Triple M where they took the show to the number 1 position. In 1988 he had a part in the Australian movie Young Einstein . In 1988 Jono and Dano began hosting a new music television programme on The Seven Network.

When did Jonathan Coleman leave Classic Hits Radio?

Coleman now has a daily weekday slot with presenter Russ Williams on FIX Radio which is a radio station for tradespeople in the UK Since returning to Australia, Coleman hosted the drive time radio slot 4–7pm across Australia on the “Classic Hits’ network (part of Australian Radio Network) and regional stations from 2007 to 2011.