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Britain's most famous magician, Daniels rose to international fame through his long-running BBC programme "Debbie and the family would like to thank everyone for their support and asks that their privacy be respected at this sad time," the statement read.
Born Newton Edwards Daniels in Middlesbrough in 1938, Daniels later said he became interested in magic as a young child - but only turned professional in 1969 with a summer season in Newquay.
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Born Newton Edward Daniels in Middlesborough, Daniels came from a humble background and perfected his magic skills in working men’s clubs.
Before long he became a pillar of British television, making his grand debut on talent series While Daniels might have been small in physique, he was, most certainly, larger than life in character.
The following year Daniels came second in talent show Opportunity Knocks, which led to him being offered a regular slot on the ITV variety show The Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club.
Famous for his self-deprecating humour, his catchphrase was: "You'll like this...
His publicist confirmed the television star and entertainer had died in the early hours of Thursday morning with his wife Debbie Mc Gee by his side.