British actors died at age 74

Here are 27 famous actors from United Kingdom died at 74:

David Frost

David Frost (April 7, 1939 Tenterden-August 31, 2013 Mediterranean Sea) otherwise known as David Paradine, David Paradine Frost, Sir David Frost, Sir David Paradine Frost, Sir David Paradine Frost, Kt., OBE or Sir David Paradine Frost, OBE Kt was a British journalist, film producer, screenwriter, tv personality, comedian, television producer, actor, writer and television presenter. His children are called Miles Frost, Wilfred Frost and George Frost.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

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Ray Noble

Ray Noble (December 17, 1903 Brighton-April 3, 1978 London) otherwise known as Ray Nobel or Noble, Ray was a British composer, bandleader and actor.

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Ben Wright

Ben Wright (May 5, 1915 London-July 2, 1989 Burbank) a.k.a. Benjamin Huntington Wright or Ben H. Wright was a British actor.

He died as a result of cardiovascular disease.

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Peter Diamond

Peter Diamond (August 10, 1929 Durham, England-March 27, 2004 Wakefield) a.k.a. Peter Alexander Diamond was a British actor and stunt performer.

He died as a result of stroke.

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James Culliford

James Culliford (September 8, 1927-March 1, 2002 Brighton) otherwise known as James Cuillford was a British actor.

He died as a result of stroke.

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Royston Tickner

Royston Tickner (September 8, 1922 Leicester-July 7, 1997) was a British actor.

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George Zucco

George Zucco (January 11, 1886 Manchester-May 27, 1960 Hollywood) also known as George Desylla Zucco, One Take Zucco or George De Sylla Zucco was a British actor. He had one child, Frances Zucco.

He died caused by pneumonia.

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Aubrey Mallalieu

Aubrey Mallalieu (June 8, 1873 Liverpool-May 28, 1948) was a British actor.

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Barry Foster

Barry Foster (August 21, 1927 Beeston-February 11, 2002 Guildford) a.k.a. John Barry Foster was a British actor and voice actor. He had three children, Miranda Foster, Joanna Foster and Jason Foster.

He died in myocardial infarction.

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Frederick Kerr

Frederick Kerr (October 11, 1858 London-May 3, 1933 London) otherwise known as Frederic Kerr, Fred Kerr, Frederick Grinham Kerr or Frederick Grinham Keen was a British actor and stage manager. He had one child, Geoffrey Kerr.

He died as a result of lung cancer.

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Derek Farr

Derek Farr (February 7, 1912 London-March 22, 1986 London) also known as Derrick Capel Farr was a British actor.

He died caused by cancer.

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Lawford Davidson

Lawford Davidson (January 1, 1890 London-April 5, 1964 Bedford) a.k.a. Charles Lawford Davidson or Davidson, C. Lawford was a British actor.

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Michael Bryant

Michael Bryant (April 5, 1928 London-April 25, 2002 Richmond, London) a.k.a. Michael Dennis Bryant or Michael Dennis Bryant, CBE was a British actor.

He died caused by cancer.

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Edward Coxen

Edward Coxen (August 8, 1880 Southwark-November 21, 1954 Hollywood) also known as Edwin Coxen, Eddie Coxen, Ed Coxin, Ed Coxon, Ed Coxen, Albert Edward Coxen, Bertie, Edward, Eddie, young Bertie or Edward Albert Coxen was a British actor.

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Howard Pays

Howard Pays (June 11, 1927 England-April 12, 2002 Hampshire) also known as Puffin, Harold Reginald Pays or Howard Reginald Pays was a British actor. His child is Amanda Pays.

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Neil North

Neil North (October 18, 1932 Quetta-March 7, 2007 London) a.k.a. Neil Dermot North was a British actor.

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Jonathan Adams

Jonathan Adams (February 14, 1931 Northampton-June 13, 2005 London) otherwise known as John Adams was a British actor.

He died in stroke.

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Trevor Howard

Trevor Howard (September 29, 1913 Cliftonville-January 7, 1988 Bushey) also known as Trevor Wallace Howard-Smith was a British actor.

He died as a result of influenza.

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John Witty

John Witty (September 17, 1915 Bristol-January 14, 1990 Bristol) a.k.a. Rupert John Blanchflower Featherstone-Witty or John Wittey was a British actor.

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Michael Pertwee

Michael Pertwee (April 24, 1916 London-April 17, 1991 London) was a British screenwriter, playwright and actor.

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Guy Hastings

Guy Hastings was a British actor.

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Fred Groves

Fred Groves (August 8, 1880 London-June 4, 1955 London) was a British actor.

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Jack Hobbs

Jack Hobbs (September 28, 1893 London-June 4, 1968 Brighton) was a British actor.

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Robin Hunter

Robin Hunter (September 4, 1929 London-March 8, 2004 Hampstead) a.k.a. Robin Ian Hunter or Jolly Rob was a British actor, musician and songwriter. He had one child, Samantha Hunter.

He died in emphysema.

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Gibson Gowland

Gibson Gowland (January 4, 1877 Spennymoor-September 9, 1951 London) also known as T.H. Gowland, T.W. Gowland, T.H. Gibson Gowland, G.H. Gowland, Thomas Gowland or T.H. Gibson-Gowland was a British actor and sailor. His child is called Peter Gowland.

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Herbert Lomas

Herbert Lomas (April 5, 1887 Burnley-April 11, 1961 Devon) was a British actor.

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Syd Crossley

Syd Crossley (November 18, 1885 London-November 1, 1960 Troon, Cornwall) a.k.a. Sid Crossley, Sid Crosley or The Long Comic was a British actor and comedian.

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