Here are 17 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Pneumonia:
Bob Hope (May 29, 1903 Eltham-July 27, 2003 Toluca Lake) also known as Leslie Townes Hope, `Old Ski Nose`, Lester Townes Hope, Robert Hope, Packy East, Lester T. Hope, Old Ski Nose, Lester Hope or Bob was a British comedian, golfer, actor, film producer, author, singer, dancer, athlete, lineman, butcher, professional boxer, television producer, vaudeville performer and screenwriter. He had four children, William Kelly Francis Hope, Linda Hope, Eleanora Hope and Anthony J. Hope.
His most well known albums: Bob Hope & Friends: Thanks for the Memories, Best of Bob Hope, Thanks for the Memory, Thanks for the Memory / Two Sleepy People and Live Recordings From Bob Hope.
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Phil Lynott (August 20, 1949 West Bromwich-January 4, 1986 Salisbury) also known as Philip Parris Lynott , Phillip Lynott, Philip Lynott or Lynott, Phil was a British singer, musician, record producer, bassist, singer-songwriter and songwriter. His children are called Sarah Lynott, Cathleen Lynott and Macdaragh Lambe.
His most well known albums: Live in Sweden 1983, Solo in Soho, The Philip Lynott Album, Yellow Pearl, The Man And His Music Update and Yellow Pearl a Collection. Genres: Hard rock, Heavy metal, Rock music, Blues rock, Pop music, Folk music and Psychedelic rock.
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Boris Karloff (November 23, 1887 East Dulwich-February 2, 1969 Midhurst) a.k.a. William Henry Pratt, Karloff the Uncanny, William H. Pratt, The Uncanny, Billy, Karloff, ? or Karloff, Boris and Friends was a British actor and voice actor. He had one child, Sara Karloff.
His albums: , , and .
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Henny Youngman (March 16, 1906 Liverpool-February 24, 1998 Manhattan) also known as Henry Youngman, King of the One Liners, Henny Junggman, Henry "Henny" Youngman, King of the One-Liners, King of Brooklyn or Henry "Henny" Yungman was a British comedian, actor, violinist and musician. He had two children, Marilyn Youngman and Gary Youngman.
His discography includes: Take My Album... Please, Henny Youngman Himself and Take My Album... Please! or 2 Sets for the Price of One.
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Dudley Moore (April 19, 1935 Hammersmith-March 27, 2002 Plainfield) also known as Dudley Stuart John Moore, Cuddly Dudley, The Sex Thimble, The Dudley Moore Trio or Dudley Stuart John Moore, CBE was a British comedian, actor, composer, musician, screenwriter, film score composer, film producer and voice actor. His children are Nicholas Anthony Moore and Patrick H. Moore.
His albums: Dudley, Song for Suzy, Songs Without Words, Bedazzled, The Best Of Peter Cook And Dudley Moore - Volume One, Good Evening, Smilin' Through, Beyond the Fringe and The World of Pete & Dud.
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Edward Heath (July 9, 1916 Broadstairs-July 17, 2005 Salisbury) a.k.a. サー・エドワード・リチャード・ジョージ・ヒース was a British politician and journalist.
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Gladys Cooper (December 18, 1888 Hither Green-November 17, 1971 Henley-on-Thames) a.k.a. Gladys Constance Cooper, Dame Gladys Constance Cooper or Dame Gladys Cooper was a British actor and model. She had three children, Sally Pearson, Joan Buckmaster and John Buckmaster.
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Mike Smith (December 6, 1943 Edmonton, London-February 28, 2008 Aylesbury) a.k.a. Michael George Smith or Smith, Mike was a British singer-songwriter, singer and record producer.
Genres: Pop music, Beat music and Rock music.
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Chris Wood (June 24, 1944 Birmingham-July 12, 1983 Birmingham) otherwise known as Wood, Chris or Christopher Gordon Blandford 'Chris' Wood was a British musician.
Genres he performed: Rock music, Progressive rock and Jazz fusion.
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Edgar Wallace (April 1, 1875 Greenwich-February 10, 1932 Beverly Hills) a.k.a. Richard Horatio Edgar Wallace, Agatha Wallace, Richard Horatio Edgar Freeman or Richard Horatio was a British journalist, playwright, crime writer, screenwriter, novelist, writer, film producer and film director. His children are Bryan Edgar Wallace, Penelope Wallace, Eleanor Clare Hellier Wallace, Patricia Marion Caldecott Wallace and Michael Blair Wallace.
His albums: The Best of Edgar Wallace.
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Edwin Morgan (April 27, 1920 Glasgow-August 17, 2010) was a British writer, poet and teacher.
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Beryl Reid (June 17, 1919 Hereford-October 13, 1996 South Bucks) also known as Beryl Elizabeth Reid or Beryl Elizabeth Reid, OBE was a British actor and comedian.
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Beatrix Potter (July 28, 1866 Kensington-December 22, 1943 Near and Far Sawrey) also known as Béatrix Potter, Helen Beatrix Potter or Beatrix. Potter was a British author, illustrator, writer and botanist.
Her albums: The Tales of Beatrix Potter: The Complete Vivien Leigh Recordings (Remastered).
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Robin Gibb (December 22, 1949 Douglas-May 20, 2012 London) also known as ROBIN GIBB, Robin Hugh Gibb, Robin or Robin Hugh Gibb, CBE was a British singer, songwriter, composer, actor, musician, record producer and film score composer. He had four children, Spencer Gibb, Melissa Gibb, Robin-John Gibb and Snow Evelyn Robin Juliet Gibb.
His albums include Robin's Reign, How Old Are You, Magnet, Magnetic Tour, Secret Agent, Sing Slowly Sisters, My Favourite Christmas Carols, Juliet, Live with the Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt Orchestra and Walls Have Eyes. Genres: Pop music, Disco, Rock music, Pop rock, Adult contemporary music, Soft rock, Blue-eyed soul, Funk, Synthpop, New Wave, Baroque pop, Psychedelic pop and Psychedelic rock.
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Gracie Fields (January 9, 1898 Rochdale-September 27, 1979 Capri) a.k.a. Grace Sansfield, Fields, Gracie, Dame Gracie Fields, Our Gracie, DBE, Grace Stansfield, Dame Gracie Fields, DBE, Aunty Grace or Grace Fields was a British singer, actor and comedian.
Her albums include Sing as We Go, Northern Sweetheart, Favourites, The Best of Gracie Fields, Our Gracie and Volume 1: Sing as We Go. Genres she performed include Music hall.
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Derek Nimmo (September 19, 1930 Liverpool-February 24, 1999 Chelsea) otherwise known as Derek Robert Nimmo was a British actor and theatre manager. His children are Piers Nimmo, Amanda Nimmo and Timothy Nimmo.
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Bob Hoskins (October 26, 1942 Bury St Edmunds-April 29, 2014 London) a.k.a. Robert William Hoskins Jr., Robert William Hoskins, Robert William "Bob" Hoskins, Jr., Hoskins, Bob or The Cockney Cagney was a British actor, voice actor, film director and film producer. He had four children, Rosa Hoskins, Jack Hoskins, Alex Hoskins and Sarah Hoskins.
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