British actors died at age 43

Here are 2 famous actors from United Kingdom died at 43:

Al Bowlly

Al Bowlly (January 7, 1898 Maputo-April 17, 1941 London) also known as All Bowlly, Albert Alick Bowlly, Bowlly, Al, Al Bowley or Bowley, Al was a British songwriter, singer, composer, bandleader, guitarist and actor.

Al Bowlly was born in Portuguese East Africa (now Mozambique) to Greek and Lebanese parents. He moved to England in the 1920s and became a popular singer in the jazz age of the 1930s. Bowlly's unique voice and style served him well and he became a regular on BBC radio shows. He recorded hundreds of songs during his career, including popular hits such as "Midnight, the Stars and You", "The Very Thought of You", and "Blue Moon". In addition to his singing career, Bowlly also appeared in a number of films. In 1941, during World War II, Bowlly was killed in a bombing raid on London. His legacy continues, as his music has been featured in various films and his style has influenced numerous performers in the decades since his death.

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Derek Blomfield

Derek Blomfield (August 31, 1920 London-July 23, 1964 Brittany) a.k.a. Derek Louis Cecil Blomfield was a British actor.

Blomfield began his acting career in the 1940s and is best known for his work in British films and television series. He appeared in several popular films of his time including "The Third Visitor" (1951), "Salute the Toff" (1952) and "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1955). Blomfield also had a successful career in television, appearing in shows like "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1955-1960), "The Saint" (1963) and "Dr. Finlay's Casebook" (1964). Despite his success, Blomfield struggled with alcoholism and depression throughout his life. He tragically passed away from a heart attack at the age of 43 while working on a film in Brittany, France.

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