Dodd, from Liverpool in northwest England, won millions of fans with his epic stand-up shows filled with non-stop jokes, in which he brandished his trademark colourful "tickling sticks".
Speaking to the Daily Echo, his agent, Robert Holmes said of the star who recieved his knighthood and celebrated his 90th birthday in 2017 "greatly appreciates all the support he has been given and continues to receive during his spell of ill-health". There is no one else that comes close.
"My brother John passed away on New Year's Day, so Ken's death was quite emotional for us today", explained Rosemary. He's never lived anywhere else.
With Sir Ken Dodd's passing, a generation and more mourned the loss of a comedy legend.
Ken was a national treasure and general manager Gavin Davis said: "As the general manager of Eastbourne Theatres, I was very fortunate to have met Sir Ken Dodd on a number of occasions".
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The Liverpool star died aged 90 yesterday.
"Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this sad time". His father then bought him a ventriloquist's dummy, and the young Dodd began putting on shows at a local orphanage. Tell her a joke on a Wednesday.
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"He was a true original - a comedian, actor, singer-songwriter and all-round entertainer who was always generous with his time on stage, and always gave great value for money".
When she agreed to raise £1m for a much-needed MRI scanner for Arrowe Hospital, once again Sir Ken became chairman of the appeal and put on a show.
His TV shows included The Ken Dodd Show, Beyond Our Ken and Ken Dodd's Laughter Show, and he entered the big time in 1965 with the longest-ever run at the London Palladium - 42 weeks. Audiences were brought into the show in shifts so as not to become worn out.
On Monday Paul McCartney tweeted a picture of The Beatles with Dodd in the 1960s, alongside a statement bidding "farewell to my fellow Liverpudlian the tattyfilarious Ken Dodd. He will be missed by everyone in the entertainment industry".
Gavin recalls: "There was a charming anecdote which I can recall from a few years back where we received a complaint from a group of people who had come to see Mr Dodd as part of their holiday in Eastbourne - the next morning at breakfast in their hotel they were commenting how absurd it was that a show that started at 7.30pm and ended at 11pm didn't have an interval".
"He's one of the most generous men in show business". Anne is obviously very upset.
He was prosecuted and acquitted of tax fraud in 1989 but turned Liverpool Crown Court into sell-out theatre.