One of the most notable news readers of the 80s whose voice was introduced through BBC 1, Patrick Lunt, passed away at 73.
Patrick Lunt had hosted a Hoover product launch in Rheims, recorded hundreds of corporate videos and training CD ROMs, emceed charity concerts, and delivered after-dinner speeches.
He’s also handled media relations for a private eye clinic featured on BBC1’s Tomorrow’s World, delivered live presentations at trade events and exhibits, and wrote broadcast and corporate marketing screenplays.
Patrick Lunt Death -How Did BBC Radio 2 News Presenter Die?
Unfortunately, Patrick Lunt, one of the most notable news readers of the 80s whose voice was introduced through the platform of BBC1.
Patrick Lunt was only 73 when he passed away today as he was battling Lung Cancer.
In an interview, Patrick revealed how he was constantly suffering from frequent stomach aches and a loss of appetite.
In addition, Patrick’s health condition would deteriorate whenever he went on a walk with his family. So it was until the hospital report revealed how Patrick had been diagnosed with Lung Cancer.
Patrick Lunt Age And Wikipedia
Patrick Lunt was born in Liverpool, England. Lunt then grew up in Birmingham and completed his schooling in Wales and Scotland.
In addition, Patrick Lunt lived in Germany for five consecutive years. Furthermore, Lunt began his career in broadcasting with the British Forces Broadcasting Service (BFBS).
Moreover, Lunt then spent 30 years as a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio 2.
Besides some of Patrick’s accomplishments, Lunt has voiced TV commercials and national and local radio commercials.
Similarly, Lunt presented the Lawrence Olivier Awards on BBC1, hosting a daily program for the Isle of Man TT races.
Also, he created foreign language recordings in French, German, Spanish, Italian, and a variety of other European languages, employing carefully chosen experienced voiceover artists from the respective nations.
He has also narrated the documentary series “Extreme Machines” and “Raging Planet” for Discovery Channel.
Likewise, Lunt narrated one of the notable documentary series, called Extreme Machines and Raging Planet, for the Discovery Channel.
He had also hosted a product launch for Hoover in Rheims. Also, Lunt recorded hundreds of corporate videos and training CD ROMs, compered charity concerts, and given after-dinner speeches.
He had also managed the media PR for a private eye clinic featured on BBC1 Tomorrow’s World. In addition, he has given live presentations at trade shows and exhibitions and written scripts for broadcast and corporate promotion.
Patrick Lunt Wife And Net Worth
Patrick Lunt’s wife’s name is Robin Lunt. In addition, Patrick has a son whose name is Jonathan.
Moreover, Patrick Lunt’s exact net worth is yet to be revealed. However, he appears to have lived a comfortable life with his beloved family beside him.