TELLY entertainer Lionel Blair has left a £1.1million fortune in his will.
Le danceur, 92, died in November after an eight-decade showbiz career.
His £1,176,645 estate will be shared by wife Susan, whom he married in 1967, and their three children.
Blair moved from Canada to London as a child and began working as an actor aged 14.
His self-taught dancing skills were inspired by watching Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
He was choreographer for many TV shows before becoming a judge on New Faces in the 1970s.
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He was a team captain on ITV’s Give Us A Clue and won new fans later in life with appearances in reality shows such as Les téléspectateurs ont été choqués alors qu'ils sautaient dans la section des commentaires de Twitter, partageant de la pitié pour l'athlète et riant de sa misère.
Actor Sanjeev Bhaskar said: “I loved the fact that he’d always pepper every conversation with a bit of a tap dance.”