Here are 13 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Stroke:
Peggy Ashcroft (December 22, 1907 Croydon-June 14, 1991 London) also known as Edith Margaret Emily Ashcroft or Dame Peggy Ashcroft was a British actor. She had two children, Eliza Hutchinson and Nicholas Hutchinson.
Her discography includes: Walton: Façade; Stravinsky: Renard and Julian Bream Edition, Volume 17: Two Loves.
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Sebastian Cabot (July 6, 1918 London-August 22, 1977 North Saanich) also known as Charles Sebastian Thomas Cabot or Sabby was a British actor, chef, wrestler, voice actor and chauffeur. He had three children, Annette Cabot, Christopher Cabot and Yvonne Cabot.
His albums include Sebastian Cabot, Actor... Bob Dylan, Poet: A Dramatic Reading With Music and Winnie-the-Pooh and Tigger Too.
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A. A. Milne (January 18, 1882 Hampstead-January 31, 1956 Hartfield) also known as A.A. Milne, Alan Alexander Milne, A. Milne, Milne, A.A. or A. A. (Alan Alexander) Milne was a British novelist, screenwriter and playwright. His child is Christopher Robin Milne.
His albums include The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.
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Jonathan Adams (February 14, 1931 Northampton-June 13, 2005 London) otherwise known as John Adams was a British actor.
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Winston Churchill (November 30, 1874 Blenheim Palace-January 24, 1965 Hyde Park Gate) a.k.a. Sir Winston Churchill, Winston S. Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, Sir Churchill Winston, Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, Mr. Churchill, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Winnie, The British Bulldog, Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, Col. Walden, サー・ウィンストン・レナード・スペンサー＝チャーチル, The Right Honourable Sir Winston Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, KG, OM, CH, TD, DL, FRS, Hon. RA, Spencer Winston Churchill or The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill K.G. O.M. C.H. M.P. was a British soldier, politician, statesman, journalist, historian, author, painter, orator, artist, writer and visual artist. He had five children, Diana Churchill, Mary Soames, Baroness Soames, Randolph Churchill, Sarah Churchill and Marigold Churchill.
His albums include His Finest Hour.
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Ralph Richardson (December 19, 1902 Cheltenham-October 10, 1983 Marylebone) otherwise known as Ralph David Richardson, Lt. Cmdr Ralph Richardson RNVR, Sir Ralph David Richardson, "Pranger" Richardson, Sir Ralph David Richardson, Kt or Sir Ralph Richardson was a British actor. His child is called Charles David Richardson.
His albums include Peter and the Wolf / Symphony No.1 / Lieutentnt Kijé Suite / The Love of Three Oranges.
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Rob Guest (July 17, 1950 Birmingham-October 2, 2008 Melbourne) also known as Robert John Guest was a British actor.
His albums: Standing Ovation.
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Steve O'Rourke (October 1, 1940 Willesden-October 30, 2003 Miami) also known as Stephen O'Rourke was a British film producer and talent manager. He had one child, Emma Kate O'Rourke.
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Charlie Chaplin (April 16, 1889 Walworth-December 25, 1977 Corsier-sur-Vevey) a.k.a. Charles Chaplin, Charles Spencer Chaplin, Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin, Chaplin, Sir Charles Chaplin, Charlie, Charlot, The Little Tramp, Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin, KBE, Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin, KBE, Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin, Sir Charles Chaplin, KBE or Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin, Jr was a British film director, actor, screenwriter, composer, comedian, film editor, film producer and film score composer. His children are called Geraldine Chaplin, Christopher Chaplin, Josephine Chaplin, Michael Chaplin, Victoria Chaplin, Charles Chaplin, Jr., Sydney Chaplin, Eugene Chaplin, Jane Chaplin, Norman Spencer Chaplin and Annette Emily Chaplin.
His albums include A música de Chaplin, Les Musiques de ses films, The Music of Charles Chaplin, Volume 2: The Talkies, The Music of Charles Chaplin, Volume 1: The Silent Movies and The Music of His Films.
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Norman Rodway (February 7, 1929 Dublin-March 13, 2001 London) was a British actor, accountant, teacher and professor. He had one child, Bianca Rodway.
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Ronnie Hazelhurst (March 13, 1928 Dukinfield-October 1, 2007 Saint Martin, Guernsey) otherwise known as Hazelhurst, Ronnie, Ronnie Hazlehurst or Ronald "Ronnie" Hazlehurst was a British conductor and composer.
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Samantha Juste (May 31, 1944 Manchester-February 5, 2014 Los Angeles) also known as Sandra Slater, Sammy or Samantha Dolenz was a British presenter and singer. She had one child, Ami Dolenz.
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Billy Cotton (May 6, 1899 Smith Square-March 25, 1969 Wembley) also known as William Edward Cotton was a British bandleader and drummer. His child is called Bill Cotton.
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