Ed” — 10 years, during which he drove across America — then returned to TV, guesting on the brief series “Gibbsville,” appearing in feature “The Cat from Outer Space” and transitioning into a career that primarily consisted of doing voice work for television animation series.His specialty was a Scottish accent, and eventually he became the fourth voice performer to be officially handed the task of voicing Scrooge Mc Duck since Dallas Mc Kennon did it in the 1960s.Shortly after midnight, he noticed that the heap was on fire and ran out with a bowl of water and it is thought he suffered a heart attack. Ball's son Jimmy, 31, said: "We believe he suffered a fatal heart attack in the early hours.He had been due to play golf yesterday in aid of the Wessex Heart Foundation. I spoke to him after the football and he was very enthusiastic and in great form."I am so proud of what he has achieved and what he has done.One day Ted asked Pete if he could store some of his stuff in his lock-up overnight.Pete agreed and that night the police came and found stolen goods in the lock-up.
He placed ashes from the fire on the compost heap, which smouldered as he watched the Manchester United Champions League game on television.
The man, who has been married for 20 years, then claims Beaumont, who was wearing expensive clothes and gold-rimmed glasses, lead him to his Mercedes car outside and offered him sweets and cigarettes.
He went to force his hand on the back of my head and that’s when I saw two other men entering the room behind him. The other man behind him was wearing a tracksuit.'The exact amount is expected to be finalised when high court judge Dame Janet Smith publishes the results of her inquiry, which is looking into the culture and practices at the BBC during the years of Savile’s abuse, later in the year.
Recalling the incident in 1964, the year that Savile and Freeman were founder presenters on the BBC's Top of the Pops, the man says he was approached by Beaumont while in the changing rooms at Granville Road swimming baths in Kilburn, north London.
He claims the German actor - whose real name was Peter Wolff and starred in hit films Where Eagles Dare and The Guns of Navarone - tried to usher the schoolboy away from the swimming baths after a fight broke out in the changing rooms.