The famous actor cancels the talk due to poor health because men play the same fools and horses

Goofs and Horses star John Salles only canceled a panel discussion due to ill health.

Salis, 79, started his 30-day schedule, which has now moved to “spot training” after the show.

He is best known for his role as a second-rate car dealer alongside actors Sir David Jason and Nicholas Lindhurst.

In a statement to The Sun, tour promoter Away With Media said: “Due to ill health, John’s tour will go into effect immediately.

And concluded the first show in its current tour with the intention of continuing. However, he advised to suspend other tasks.”

For more than two decades, from 1981 to 2003, under the leadership of goons and horses, Salis became known as the Terrence Aubrey Boys.

The cigar-smoking businessman married the energetic Marilyn – played by Sue Holderness – who beheaded Sir David Del Boye.

Boise starred in The Spin-Off and Green Green Cross and entertained fans by attending fan events.

The actor was recently appointed as a citizen of the Serbian court – the BBC sitcom was a huge success.

He recently produced the documentary Boise in Belgrade – exploring the show’s success in the country.

Salis is also known for playing Monty Stains on the ITV sitcom, Benitorm.

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