How did Stoney Garnett die? British comedian Cause of death

How did Stoney Garnett die? British comedian Cause of death

Stoney Garnett, a stand-up comedian and ardent Bristol City FC supporter, has died. Let’s see what happened, How did Stoney Garnett die, and what was his cause of death.


How did Stoney Garnett die?

In 2012 and 2016, the local legend, who was well-known in Ashton Gate, stood for mayor of Bristol twice. Stoney Garnett’s passing was announced by Bristol City’s official Twitter account, which also wrote: “Rest in Peace.”

The former players’ group for the Robins also paid respects on Twitter, writing: “Very sad to hear of Stoney Garnett’s death. a fervent City supporter who was well-liked by the players. To the Garnett family, my condolences.”


Stoney Garnett Cause of death

So far officially no cause of death has been made public. And also there are no reports of him having chronic illnesses. We have been trying to contact the family and relatives for a comment. So far no response. We will update this page once enough information is available.

The young Stoney attended Connaught Road School and worked at British Rail’s Engine Shed, which is today, where he assisted in maintaining train records, as his first job.

He held a number of occupations after leaving British Rail before working as a postman for 24 years.

He started his start in comedy by compering at charity functions and fundraisers across the city, and he continued it for most of his life.

He also briefly worked as an extra in a couple of movies, when he met Roy Orbison, Ray Winstone, and Anthony Hopkins.

His final years of employment were spent with drinks wholesaler Matthew Clarke.


Stoney Garnett Career

Garnett was recognized by Bristol Live in 2019 as one of the 21 individuals who contribute to Bristol’s positive social environment. Stoney Garnett is one of Bristol’s true personalities, according to journalist Neil Maggs at the time. The stand-up comedian, host, and Bristol City supporter is renowned for both his fashion style and one-liners.

He frequently wears the red of his favorite team, and he always wears a large red trilby hat with a feather. His unusual behavior has made him a well-known figure at Ashton Gate and a household name in the neighborhood.

“He enjoys dancing and is quite agile for someone of his age. He can frequently be spotted busting moves in the pubs around the stadium.

“Stoney ran for mayor of Bristol in both 2012 and 2016. He lost the election.”


Condolences to Stoney Garnett

Brian Tinnion said, Gutted to hear the news of Stoney Garnett’s passing what a man RIP.

Steve said, RIP Stoney Garnett. Always sat near me at Ashton Gate, but never in the same seat, he sat wherever he liked. Usually heard as the only one shouting at players one minute, then blowing on his kazoo the next. And that unmistakable red hat. A man who truly loved

One said, Hi Tim and BCFC. I am so sorry to hear this news as Stoney would always stop in town or at the Gate for a chat. He was even okay to chat about Rovers with me although he was a very colorful city fan and always looked dapper in his red attire including a Red hat with a feather! RIP.

Elizabeth Anne tweeted, I didn’t know this man but appreciate how much joy and constancy with his outgoing personality and colorful dress brought to the community he socializes. Long live such characters!

Arny Davidson said, Deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Mr Stoney Garnett He was the heartbeat for the fans, funny, loud just a right nice bloke who always made me smile God bless you mate.



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