Friends and colleagues of Mark Speight have attended a memorial service to pay tribute to the Wolverhampton-born children's TV presenter.
Speight hanged himself in a building near Paddington railway station in April, just months after his fiancee, actress Natasha Collins, died in a drugs-related incident at the couple's flat.
Among those taking part in the service at the "actor's church" in Covent Garden were artist and presenter Rolf Harris and Speight's co-host on SMart, Kirsten O'Brien.
The memorial also saw the launch of a foundation set up by Speight's father in honour of his son.
Scores of well-wishers attended the event commemorating the life of the long-running presenter of BBC programme SMart.
The 42-year-old hosted the popular show for 14 years before stepping down following his fiancee's death.
Miss Collins was found dead in the bath of the couple's flat in St John's Wood, north west London, in January. The 31-year-old had taken a cocktail of cocaine and sleeping tablets and suffered hot water burns covering 60% of her body.
Speight was initially arrested on suspicion of murder and supplying class A drugs but no charges were brought.
Friends said the incident left Speight reeling and he went missing on April 7, just days after the inquest into his fiancee's death.
Despite appeals from his family, he failed to make contact and his body was discovered six days later in a building adjacent to Paddington station.
Hundreds of well-wishers attended his funeral in April. At today's memorial, Speight's father, Oliver, launched a charitable foundation in his son's name.
SP8 Of The Art - The Mark Speight Foundation is being set up to help nurture artistic talent in under-18s.