The star's agent confirmed he had died today but made no further comment.
The actor - who is best known for his role as Rene Artois in the British TV comedy - leaves behind an impressive legacy and career.
He appeared in all 84 episodes of the show for a decade until 1992, and reprised the role 1,2000 times in the stage adaptation...
In early 1989, Gorden heard the News Of The World were going to out him via a story sold to them by a rent boy. He had been tipped off by a journalist from The People who said they should run a spoiler the same day.
Suspicious of their motives and aim, he approached the Daily Mirror who ran a sympathetic coming out interview which nixed them.
The NOTW ran the rent boy story anyway and ran a readers' phone-in poll asking if the BBC should resign from 'Allo 'Allo - inspired by a comment from Geoffrey Dickens, the insanely homophobic Tory MP who began the ridiculous rumours of a 'VIP paedophile ring' and a prime mover behind Section 28. Readers wanted him to stay, by 10 to one.
The following year Kaye was hospitalised following a car crash. Two reporters from the Sunday Sport snuck into the hospital disguised as doctors.
And that, my friends, is how the British tabloid press works.