The loss of John Webb, a close coworker who served as a vision mixer on Good Morning Britain, has devastated the cast members and producers of the show. Let’s see how he died and John Webb cause of death in detail
How did John Webb die?
The loss of John Webb, a beloved colleague, has devastated the Good Morning Britain team. John was a vision mixer for the ITV breakfast show and had a successful career working behind the scenes on shows like Sky News, Bridget Jones’s Diary, and 5 News.
On Monday, the outstanding cameraman’s funeral was held. His death has not yet been given a cause.
Erron Gordon, the director of Good Morning Britain, shared the sad news on Twitter while paying tribute to John, whom he lovingly dubbed “Webby.” John Webb, a former vision mixer for Good Morning Britain, recently passed away, he wrote.
“We honor his life today. At ITV, we spent a lot of early mornings next to one another. We also collaborated at Sky News and on the Bridget Jones movie. Webby, rest in peace.
John Webb cause of death
His cause of death has not yet been made public. Medico topics have been trying to reach out to the family and relatives for comment on the incident. So far no responses have been received. We will update the page once enough information on John Webb cause of death is available. More information on John Webb Cause of Death will be added soon.
My friend and former Good Morning Britain vision mixer John Webb sadly passed away recently; today we celebrate his life. We shared many early mornings next to each other at ITV and worked together at Sky News and on the Bridget Jones film. Rest in peace Webby. pic.twitter.com/gAC8w9rZE0
— Erron Gordon (@errongordon) September 12, 2022
Weather presenter Laura Tobin wrote “Rest in Peace Webby, I hope it’s a fitting day with [sunshine].”
Newsround presenter Ricky Boleto added: “Loved his infectious smile and energy when we worked together at 5 News. So sad. Thinking of his family and friends.”
Others wrote: “Thinking of you all today x”, and “I’m so sorry to hear of Johns’s passing, we worked many a gallery shift together over the years. Thank you for sharing these lovely memories. God bless x x”.
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