Jennifer Khalastchi Wiki – Biography
Jennifer Khalastchi is the wife of Michael Angelis and a Welsh model. Angelis died suddenly while at home on 30 May 2020, at age 68.
Michael Angelis was an English actor. He was best known for Boys from the Black Stuff, G.B.H, and Thomas and Friends. He was the longtime narrator of the children’s television series Thomas and Friends from 1991 to 2012 after taking over the role from The Beatles icon Ringo Starr.
Angelis first appeared on screen in the 1970s in programs such as Z Cars, Thirty-Minute Theatre, and an episode of Coronation Street, before stints in Minder, World’s End, and Boys From The Blackstuff.
He was best known to adult audiences for his role as Arnie in September Song, Martin Niarchos in GBH, Lucien Boswell in The Liver Birds, and Mickey Startup in Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. He also made appearances in Casualty, The Bill, Holby City, and Heartbeat.
Jennifer Khalastchi Age
Jennifer Khalastchi’s age is unclear. However, her husband Michael Angelis was born on 18 January 1952, in Liverpool, England, and died on 30 May 2020, at the age of 68.
Michael Angelis Wife Jennifer Khalastchi
Jennifer Khalastchi and Michael Angelis were married from 2001 until his death in 2020. Angelis was previously married to Coronation Street actress Helen Worth from 1991 until their divorce in 2001.
Michael Angelis Cause of Death
Michael died suddenly while at home with his wife on 30 May 2020, at the age of 68, according to his agent. Michael Angelis’ cause of death was a heart attack. Following the announcement of his death, tributes have poured in. Game Of Thrones actor John Bradley tweeted: “To be in both ‘Boys From The Blackstuff’ and ‘GBH’ is really leaving your mark on the telly. He was superb in both.”
Comedian Matt Lucas wrote on Twitter: “Michael Angelis was one of the greatest TV actors I’ve ever seen. His work with Alan Bleasdale was tremendous. What a loss.”
The Thick Of It writer Simon Blackwell tweeted: “Sad to hear that the great Michael Angelis has died. Exquisite and moving in Boys From The Black Stuff, enormously funny as Lucien in The Liver Birds.”