Terence Brady, British writer and actor, Died at 77

Terence Joseph Brady was born on March 13, 1939, in London, and died on September 29, 2016.

He was an Irish actor and writer.

Brady was married to fellow writer Charlotte Bingham, with whom he collaborated together on many television series.

His parents were Irish.

Terence attended the university in Dublin, where he worked as an actor.

Terence Brady moved to the UK in 1961.

Terence Brady appeared in Beyond the Fringe in London, and met Bingham there; they were married in 1964.

Together they had two children, Matthew and Candida.

Himself and Bingham wrote for series such as Upstairs, Downstairs, Yes Honestly, No Honestly and Pig in the Middle.

Whilst he was an actor he appeared in TV series such as Nanny, Three Rousing Tinkles, Mrs Thursday and Z Cars.

Not only an amateur musician, Brady had an interest in breeding racehorses and wrote a cookery column for the Daily Mail.

Terence Joseph Brady passed away at 77 years old.