‘Dancing With The Stars’ Judge Len Goodman’s Cause Of Death Revealed

Len Goodman’s cause of death has been revealed months after the Dancing with the Stars judge died at 78.

Goodman’s death certificate says that he died after the prostate cancer spread to his bones, according to a report from The Daily Express.

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It was on April 22 that Goodman’s agent confirmed that the Strictly Come Dancing judge “died peacefully, surrounded by his family” in hospital.

Goodman was a judge on BBC’s ballroom competition Strictly Come Dancing and the U.S. adaptation Dancing with the Stars on ABC. The television personality had retired from the ABC reality competition after Season 31 saying he wanted to spend more time with his family.

“It’s been a huge pleasure to be a huge part of such a wonderful show,” Goodman said back in November 2022 during the DWTS semi-final. “I cannot thank you enough, the DWTS family. It has been such a wonderful experience for me. I’m looking forward to next week’s finale. I’m sure it’s going to be absolutely brilliant.”

Goodman was born April 25, 1944, in London and was a professional dancer in the decades prior to his TV work, winning numerous awards. Alongside Strictly Come Dancing, Goodman made multiple TV appearances including hosting the likes of Len Goodman’s Dance Band Days and Len Goodman’s Perfect Christmas on the BBC. He also hosted BBC One’s Holiday of My Lifetime and most recently made a surprise appearance on Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks.

Goodman is survived by his wife Sue Barrett and son James Goodman.

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