British drummer-turned-music manager Johnny Elichaoff has died after plunging from the roof of a shopping centre in London.
The 55-year-old musician, who was previously married to U.K. Tv star Trinny Woodall, was pronounced dead at the scene after falling from the top of the building in Bayswater, west London on Wednesday morning (12Nov14).
Elichaoff performed under the name Johnny Too Bad and toured with acts including Siouxsie Sioux and U2. He played in bands including Stark Naked & the Car Thieves, Baby And The Black Spots, and League Of Gentlemen. He later became a music manager looking after acts including Tears For Fears and Fairground Attraction.
He was married to Tv host Woodall for 10 years prior to their divorce in 2009. The fashion presenter is now dating Nigella Lawson's ex-husband Charles Saatchi.
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