BAFTA-winning scriptwriter and celebrity fisherman Nick Fisher who went missing passed away. Police have discovered the corpse of Nick Fisher.
How Did Nick Fisher Die?
Nick Fisher went missing with his dog on Tuesday was now been declared dead by the police. However, the identification was not confirmed by Nick’s family yet.
Nick Fisher’s body was discovered in Dorchester on the morning of Thursday, November 17, 2022. Dorset police and Dorset Search and Rescue (DorSAR) have found the body after intensive inquiries and searches.
The police statement says, ‘Officers carrying out inquiries to locate a missing man from West Dorset have very sadly located a body.” Although formal identification has not yet been made, Nick Fisher’s family has been informed and the body is thought to be his. HM Coroner has been notified that the death is not being investigated as suspicious.
Nick Fisher Cause of Death
Nick Fisher cause of death was still a mystery. The police started their investigation after the incident. Dorset police have released the statement on Nick’s missing update and it confirmed that Nick Fisher has been found dead. According to the police, Nick Fisher cause of death is not currently being viewed as suspicious.
Police also stated, ‘Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Nick at this extremely difficult time. We would like to thank everyone who assisted with the searches, as well as the public for their help in providing information.’
Ngnews247.com 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 Nick Fisher cause of death will be added soon.
Nick Fisher’s Last Appearance
Mr. Fisher, a former scriptwriter for EastEnders and the author of a crime thriller book, was last seen in his home village of Hooke in west Dorset, close to Beaminster. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall made an urgent appeal earlier today to find his “very dearest friend” and River Cottage star Mr. Fisher, who vanished on Tuesday along with his springer spaniel dog.
The 63-year-old, who costarred with TV chef Mr. Fearnley-Whittingstall on his Channel 4 show and its spinoff, River Cottage: Gone Fishing, was last seen leaving his Dorset home at 4:30 pm on Tuesday, November 15 with his springer spaniel.
He drove his brown and white spaniel out of his house in the village of Hooke near Bridport on Tuesday afternoon in a silver Nissan Navara vehicle with the license plate YE71 DFA. The father of four has not been seen or heard from since, and authorities claimed that his unexpected disappearance was unusual.
It appears Nick may have purchased a cup of tea in a nearby hotel, but he did not stay there. Nick’s car was seen just half an hour later on a police camera near Dorchester.
Who is Nick Fisher?
Nick Fisher is a British journalist, TV scriptwriter, and angler. Fisher made an appearance on television alongside Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall to promote his love of fishing. Nick’s famous works include Giblet Boys, a children’s drama that ran for two series in 2005.
For his work on The Giblet Boys, which was chosen as Best Drama in the BAFTA Children’s Awards, he received a BAFTA award in 2006. He was also nominated for Best Writer for the same programme.
The two shows for which he most recently served as a writer were Holby City and Casualty. He also founded the Channel 4 program Screaming Reels, in which he brought famous people to fishing spots all around the nation in the 1990s.