Here are 9 famous actors from England died in 1989:
Anthony Quayle (September 7, 1913 Ainsdale-October 20, 1989 Chelsea) otherwise known as John Anthony Quayle, Sir John Anthony Quayle, Sir Anthony Quayle, Sir John Anthony Quayle CBE, Tony Quayle or Tony was an English actor, theatre director, soldier and businessperson. His children are called Jenny Quayle, Rosanna Quayle and Christopher Quayle.
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Maurice Evans (June 3, 1901 Dorchester, Dorset-March 12, 1989 Rottingdean) also known as Maurice Herbert Evans was an English actor, screenwriter and television producer.
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John Bailey (June 26, 1912 New Cross, London, England-February 18, 1989 London) a.k.a. John Albert Bailey was an English actor.
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Vernon Harris (February 26, 1905 Folkestone-November 1, 1989 Surrey) was an English screenwriter and actor.
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Edward Dryhurst (December 28, 1904 Desborough-March 7, 1989 London) also known as Edward Dryhurst Roberts or Edward W. Roberts was an English film director, film producer, screenwriter and actor.
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William Markus (January 12, 1917 Liverpool-October 10, 1989 Espoo) also known as William Marcus was an English screenwriter, film director and actor.
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Peter Bennett (September 17, 1917 Chelsea-December 23, 1989 London) was an English actor.
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Michael Sundin (March 1, 1961 Gateshead-July 23, 1989 Newcastle upon Tyne) was an English presenter, actor and dancer.
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Ewan MacColl (January 25, 1915 Broughton, Salford-October 22, 1989 Brompton, London) also known as Ewan McColl, MacColl, Ewan or James Henry Miller was an English singer, playwright, actor, songwriter, poet, record producer, film score composer and screenwriter. He had five children, Kirsty MacColl, Hamish MacColl, Neill MacColl, Calumn MacColl and Kitty MacColl.
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