Here are 11 famous musicians from United Kingdom died at 57:
David Gemmell (August 1, 1948 London-July 28, 2006 Hastings) also known as Ross Harding or David Andrew Gemmell was a British author, novelist and writer.
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Mervyn Peake (July 9, 1911 Lushan District-November 17, 1968 England) also known as Mervyn Laurence Peake or Mervyn Peak was a British novelist, writer, artist, author, screenwriter and visual artist. He had three children, Sebastian Peake, Fabian and Claire.
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Leonard Rossiter (October 21, 1926 Wavertree-October 5, 1984 Lyric Theatre, London) also known as Len Rossiter was a British actor and writer. He had one child, Camilla Rossiter.
He died as a result of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
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Nicholas Saunderson (January 1, 1682 Thurlstone-April 19, 1739 Cambridge) was a British mathematician and scientist.
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George Canning (April 11, 1770 Marylebone-August 8, 1827 Chiswick) was a British politician.
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William Noy (April 5, 1577 United Kingdom-August 9, 1634) was a British lawyer and politician.
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William George Clark (March 1, 1821 Darlington-November 6, 1878 York) was a British personality.
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Elizabeth Gunning, 1st Baroness Hamilton of Hameldon (December 7, 1733 Hemingford Grey-December 20, 1790 London) was a British personality. She had one child, Elizabeth Smith-Stanley, Countess of Derby.
James Gillray (August 13, 1757 Chelsea-June 1, 1815 London) was a British personality.
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Sir John Davies (April 16, 1569 Wiltshire-December 8, 1626) a.k.a. John Davies was a British lawyer. He had one child, Lucy Hastings.
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Charles Talbot, 1st Duke of Shrewsbury (July 24, 1660-February 1, 1718) was a British personality.
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