How Did Geoff Wonfor Die? Director of Beatles ‘Anthology,’ Cause of Death Explained

Grammy award-winning director, pioneer, and visionary in modern music TV and video production, passed away.

How Did Geoff Wonfor Die?

Geoff Wonfor's demise was announced on Tyne Idol's official FaceBook page. The statement reads,

We are deeply saddened to hear that the genius Geoff Wonfor passed away yesterday A HUGE character who will be missed by all who knew him. R.I.P Geoff….

Another Statement reads,

Devastating to hear we've lost Geoff Wonfor, one of Tyneside's greatest creative minds. A pioneer and visionary in modern music TV and video production, Geoff started his career in his native Newcastle, before making waves on the world stage with the likes of The Beatles and Prince. More recently, he's been directing the Sunday for Sammy shows and worked on the BBC Alan Hull documentary. I worked with him quite a lot over the years, and when he spoke… you bloody well listened, ‘cos it was either bang-on-the-money advice, a bollocking, funny as owt, or all three. Thinking of his family and many, many friends this morning. RIP, Geoff x

Geoff Wonfor Cause of Death

Geoff Wonfor's cause of death was not disclosed yet. There is no information available about Geoff Wonfor's cause of death. 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 is available. More information on Geoff Wonfor's cause of death will be added soon.

Geoff Wonfor Career

Join Geoff Wonfor, a producer, director, and hometown hero, as he is joined on “In Conversation” by one of the UK's top artists, producers, and performers, Jools Holland. Geoff Wonfor is a Grammy Award winner.

The two will talk about Geoff's journey from Newcastle's City Road, where it all started, to receiving the Grammy Award for his direction of and work with the Beatles, the most well-known band in history.

With commentary from the most illustrious musicians in the music industry, this promises to be an intriguing world exclusive.

Don't miss out on The Beatles, Prince, Bob Geldoff, Sunday for Sammy, or the Newcastle International Film Festival.

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