Jonathan “Jono” Coleman Death – Cause of Death – 65 year old Jonathan Coleman who was popularly known as “Jono”, died on Friday, 9th of July 2021 with his wife and two children by his side.
Reports revealed that the Jono was a Radio and television presenter. He died after suffering from prostate cancer.
Brief History about Jonathan “Jono” Coleman
Jonathan “Jono” Harry Coleman OAM was an Australian man born in the United Kingdom.
He was a television presenter, radio announcer, writer, comedian, and advertorial spokesperson.
He made his debut on TV in 1979 in Australia and later collaborated with Ian “Dano” Rogerson to become a double act, “Jono and Dano”.
He was married to Margot Fitzpatrick, and had two children, Emily and Oscar.
Eulogies were paid to the late Jonathan “Jono” Coleman
TODAY said; “#BREAKING: Beloved television and radio presenter Jonathan ‘Jono’ Coleman OAM has passed away after a four-year battle with prostate cancer.”
Yahoo Lifestyle Australia said; “Studio 10 star Jonathan ‘Jono’ Coleman has sadly died at the age of 65 after a four-year battle with prostate cancer.”
Nine.com.au said; “#BREAKING: Aussie TV and radio legend Jonathan ‘Jono’ Coleman has passed away aged 65 after losing his four year battle with prostate cancer. Rest in peace.”
Warren Brown said; “So sorry to hear – the passing of Jonathan Jono Coleman. He was such a funny, quick-witted person, while I didn’t know him as a close friend, as a kid I was a fan when he was on Simon Townsend’s Wonder World and of course with the terrific Ian Rogerson (Dano) on radio. Later our paths crossed innumerable times over the years – at various functions, when I was doing Top Gear, Studio Ten etc- he was always a delight to be with and a powerhouse of energy and enthusiasm…”