The actor’s former agent confirmed the news to the BBC that he died at a care home on Monday morning.
He played the lead role in the long-running BBC sitcom which centred on the exploits of resistance fighters in World War Two in German-occupied France.
He appeared in all 84 episodes of ‘Allo ‘Allo! and his late role was in sketch show Revolver in 2004.
Actor died at a care home earlier today
Gorden's first big break came back in 1970 in Coronation Street, with him being seen by Pat Phoenix who played Elsie Tanner in the soap. She then got him the part of her nephew Bernard Butler.
He later made an impression on producer/writer David Croft following guest roles in It Ain't Half Hot Mum, and Come Back Mrs Noah. He appeared in the 1978 comedy short The Waterloo Bridge Handicap starring Leonard Rossiter, and featured as Dimes in the 1979 feature film Porridge alongside Ronnie Barker.
In 1981, Gorden appeared as Frank Broadhurst in the children's drama serial Codename Icarus.
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David offered him the lead role in a series he had written called Oh, Happy Band! but Gorden was unavailable and the part went to Harry Worth. Gorden went on to appear in three episodes of the producer's British department store sitcom Are You Being Served?
His lengthy career didn't end there, with Gorden also playing Dr Grant in a television adaptation of Mansfield Park and Lymoges, Duke of Austria in the 1984 BBC production of King John by Shakespeare. He also toured in the National Theatre production of As You Like It, as Touchstone.
In 1993, Gorden made a guest appearance in a Christmas special of Family Fortunes, in which he served as team captain and very notably put host Les Dennis on a special "Double Big Money" round for Dennis to score more than one hundred points to double the charity prize money; which he did.