Windsor Davies, best known to Anderson fans as Sergeant Major Zero in the 1980s series Terrahawks, has died aged 88.
Windsor was born in August 1930 in East London, returning to his father’s Welsh home of Nant-y-Moel when World War Two broke out.
He went on to have a lengthy career on stage and screen but was immortalised as the sergeant major in It Ain’t Half Hot Mum in the 1970s, a role that would later inspire Gerry Anderson to cast him in Terrahawks.
Windsor retired from acting in his 70s and went to live in the south of France near Toulouse, living his remaining years in the French countryside with wife Eluned who sadly died last September. Windsor and Eluned had five children, and we send them and all of Windsor’s friends and colleagues our deepest sympathies.