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Bill Kenwright (1945-2023),said actor Sir Ian McKellen on X, officially known as Twitter.

Like many grateful performers, I owe my job to Bill Kenwright. His final stage production will be Frank & Percy at The Other Place. His final picture will be The Critic.

He seemed to know and care about everyone in the industry. But every conversation would turn to his other interest, Everton football. The city that produced The Beatles and two big football teams also produced a one-of-a-kind impresario.”Whether or not the West End lights will be turned off in his memory, our business will be dimmer now that he is gone.

‘His influence on the arts sector has been enormous.’

Bill Kenwright Limited Productions has also issued a statement in response to Kenwright’s death: Bill was driven by his passions and dedicated his life to them, including his strong love of theatre, movies, music, and his beloved Everton, as well as the families they built.

He touched the lives of thousands of people, whether through the birth of careers or by his unwavering loyalty, generosity, and unwavering friendship and support.

Bill has overseen the development of over 500 West End, Broadway, UK touring, and worldwide theatre plays, films, and music recordings. His influence on the arts sector has been enormous.

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Bill Kenwright built his mark in the television, film, and theater industries before becoming Everton chairman.

Kenwright created almost 500 West End, Broadway, UK touring, and worldwide theatre shows, films, and music records over a six-decade career.

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Bill Kenwright was a lifelong supporter of Goodison Park, and when he was appointed to the board in 1989, he was able to help administer the club.

He finally rose to the position of deputy chairman in 1999, when he purchased a 68% stake in the club for £20 million.

Everton’s longest-serving chairman has been in charge for more than a century.

Bill Kenwright has been on Everton’s board since 1989, becoming to chairman in 2004.

The Liverpudlian was also a famous theatrical producer and played Gordon Clegg in Coronation Street from 1968 until 2012.

Kenwright received a CBE in 2001 for his contributions to film and theater.

Bill Kenwright, Everton’s chairman, died at the age of 78. “Everton Football Club is in mourning following the death of Chairman Bill Kenwright CBE, who died peacefully last night at the age of 78, surrounded by his family and loved ones,” reads the club’s official statement.

Bill Kenwright, Everton’s longest-serving chairman for more than a century, guided the club through a period of extraordinary transformation in English sport.

A lifelong Evertonian, he joined the board on October 23, 1989, and his True Blue Holdings consortium bought the club on Boxing Day 1999. He took over as Chair in 2004, succeeding his longtime friend Sir Philip Carter.

During his 19 seasons as Chairman, the Club achieved 12 top-eight finishes, including a top-four finish in 2005, a run to the 2009 FA Cup final, and six separate trips to Europe.

The organization has suffered the loss of a chairman, a leader, a friend, and an inspiration.Everton’s thoughts and prayers are with his companion Jenny Seagrove, his daughter Lucy Kenwright, grandchildren, and everyone who knew and loved him.

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