COLDITZ star Bernard Hepton has died at the age of 92. The actor and producer was best-known for a string of acclaimed TV appearances on the BBC in the 1970s and 1980s. He played the German Kommandant in Colditz and a Belgian resistance fighter in Secret Army which inspired René in ’Allo ’Allo!. The celebrated theatre actor took roles in TV adaptations of John Le Carre’s novels, including the Hungarian-born spy Toby Esterhase in Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. The proud Yorkshireman once described himself as “specialising in rather dodgy foreigners”. After the death of his first wife, actress Nancie Jackson in 1975, he married Hilary Liddell two years later and lived with her until her death in 2013. tragic loss Paul Walker’s mum reveals shocking new details about his tragic death in 2013 RETURN TO DUTY Michelle Keegan has signed up for another series of BBC1 drama Our Girl pricey! Katie Price ‘has blown £45m fortune’ with £10k a month mortgage & £25k on HEATING THAT’S WHAT SHE SEES IN HIM! Katie Price can’t take her eyes off boyfriend’s package ‘MING!’ Kerry Katona’s fans beg her to tidy filthy room seeing posting sexy selfie REALITY CHECK! These are the jobs the Love Island stars are going back to now it’s all over He did not have children but leaves behind a loving niece and nephew.