Foundation entertainer Count Prince Miller dies In London

News coming out of England is that legendary entertainer of the stage and film Clarence ‘Count Prince’ Miller passed away in London, England on Thursday at age 83.

Miller had been ailing for some time with report circulating that he was seriously ill.

According to a story in the Jamaica Gleaner, Miller’s battle with cancer took a turn for the worst earlier this month.

Miller is best known for his hit song Mule Train a Frankie Laine cover, his association with James Bond movies, or a score of musical, compere or acting activities in numerous countries, he was also at the core of Jamaican entertainment for over sixty years.

Miller who hailed from Port Maria, St Mary in Jamaica was trained as a laboratory assistant, but instead opted for a career in music.

He moved to London with Jimmy James and the Vagabonds in the early 1960s.

Count Prince Miller is survived by his son, Jean-Pierre Miller.