British actors died at age 37

Here are 3 famous actors from United Kingdom died at 37:

Colin Clive

Colin Clive (January 20, 1900 Saint-Malo-June 25, 1937 Hollywood) a.k.a. Colin Glenn Clive-Greig or The Face of Christ was a British actor.

He died as a result of tuberculosis.

Clive is best known for his roles in the horror films, "Frankenstein" and "Bride of Frankenstein" where he portrayed the mad scientist, Dr. Henry Frankenstein. He was also a stage actor and starred in several plays in London's West End. Clive was a heavy drinker and his alcoholism was often a hindrance to his career. He married three times and had one daughter. Despite his short life and career, Clive's portrayal of Dr. Frankenstein continues to inspire generations of horror movie fans.

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Gerry Sundquist

Gerry Sundquist (October 6, 1955 Manchester-August 1, 1993 London) was a British actor.

He is best known for his role as DS Albert 'Cheerful Charlie' Chisholm in the British television series "The Bill". Sundquist began his acting career in theater before moving on to television and film. He appeared in various television series such as "Julius Caesar" (1979), "The Professionals" (1980), and "Bergerac" (1983-1985). Sundquist also appeared in several films including "Quadrophenia" (1979), "The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle" (1980), and "Supergrass" (1985).

Sundquist's career was cut short when he passed away at the age of 37 due to a heart attack. He was survived by his wife and two children. Despite his short career, Sundquist is remembered as a talented actor and a beloved member of the entertainment industry.

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Frank Vosper

Frank Vosper (December 15, 1899 United Kingdom-March 6, 1937) was a British actor, playwright and screenwriter.

He died caused by drowning.

Frank Vosper began his acting career on stage in the early 1920s after studying at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. He worked extensively in both London's West End and on Broadway, a notable role being the lead in the original production of Noël Coward's play "Design for Living" in 1933. Vosper also wrote several successful plays, including "The Late Christopher Bean" and "Love from a Stranger", which were adapted into films. In addition to writing for the stage, Vosper also wrote screenplays for films such as "The Skin Game" and "Jamaica Inn". Despite his success as an actor and writer, Vosper had a troubled personal life and struggled with addiction. His death by drowning in 1937, which some speculate may have been a suicide, was a shock to the theatrical community.

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