Here are 17 famous musicians from United Kingdom died at 63:
Radclyffe Hall (August 12, 1880 Bournemouth-October 7, 1943 London) was a British writer and novelist.
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Donald Dewar (August 21, 1937 Glasgow-October 11, 2000 Edinburgh) was a British politician.
He died as a result of cerebral hemorrhage.
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Henry Morton Stanley (January 28, 1841 Denbigh-May 10, 1904 London) was a British journalist and explorer.
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Tommy Cooper (March 19, 1921 Caerphilly-April 15, 1984 Her Majesty's Theatre) also known as Thomas Frederick Cooper, Thomas Frederick "Tommy" Cooper or Cooper, Tommy was a British magician, comedian and actor. He had two children, Thomas Henty and Vicky Cooper.
He died in myocardial infarction.
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Charles Laughton (July 1, 1899 Scarborough, North Yorkshire-December 15, 1962 Hollywood) was a British actor, film director, screenwriter, film producer, theatre director, teacher and voice actor.
He died in kidney cancer.
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Julia Margaret Cameron (June 11, 1815 Kolkata-January 26, 1879 Kalutara) was a British photographer.
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Airey Neave (January 23, 1916 Knightsbridge-March 30, 1979 Westminster Hospital) was a British politician, barrister and soldier.
He died as a result of assassination.
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Robert Adam (July 3, 1728 Kirkcaldy-March 3, 1792 Albemarle Street) was a British architect.
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W. D. Hamilton (August 1, 1936 Cairo-March 7, 2000 Fitzrovia) also known as W. D Hamilton was a British psychologist.
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Isaac Todhunter (November 23, 1820 Rye-March 1, 1884 Cambridge) also known as I. Todhunter was a British mathematician.
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Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany (August 16, 1763 St James's Palace-January 5, 1827 London) was a British personality.
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Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 1st Earl of Minto (April 23, 1751 Edinburgh-June 21, 1814 Stevenage) also known as Sir Gilbert Elliott, The Lord Minto or Gilbert Elliot was a British politician. His children are called Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 2nd Earl of Minto and John Elliot.
Charles Stanhope, 3rd Earl Stanhope (August 3, 1753 United Kingdom-December 15, 1816 Kent) was a British scientist.
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Leslie Hore-Belisha, 1st Baron Hore-Belisha (September 7, 1893 Devonport, Plymouth-February 16, 1957 Reims) was a British politician.
He died in stroke.
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William Le Queux (July 2, 1864 London-October 13, 1927 Knokke) was a British journalist.
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Duff Cooper (February 22, 1890-January 1, 1954) a.k.a. Alfred Duff Cooper, Duff Viscount Norwich Cooper or Alfred Duff Cooper, 1st Viscount Norwich was a British politician, author and diplomat. He had one child, John Julius Norwich.
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Maurice Macmillan (January 27, 1921-March 10, 1984) was a British politician. His child is Alexander Macmillan, 2nd Earl of Stockton.
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