British actors died in 2014

Here are 30 famous actors from United Kingdom died in 2014:

Rik Mayall

Rik Mayall (March 7, 1958 Epping-June 9, 2014 Barnes, London) a.k.a. Richard Michael Mayall, Rick, Colin Grigson, Mad Gerald, 20th Century Coyote or Richard Michael "Rik" Mayall was a British comedian, actor, screenwriter and writer. He had three children, Rosie Mayall, Bonnie Mayall and Sidney Mayall.

Mayall is best known for his comedic roles in television sitcoms such as "The Young Ones", "Blackadder", and "Bottom". He was also a pioneer of alternative comedy in the 1980s, performing with his longtime comedy partner Ade Edmondson in comedy shows such as "The Comic Strip Presents..." and "Filthy Rich & Catflap".

Aside from his television work, Mayall also appeared in films such as "Drop Dead Fred", "Guest House Paradiso", and "An American Werewolf in London". He was also an accomplished stage actor, appearing in productions such as "The New Statesman" and "Waiting for Godot".

Mayall was admired by many for his irreverent comedic style and his ability to push boundaries. He remained a beloved figure in British comedy until his untimely death in 2014, at the age of 56.

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Charles Keating

Charles Keating (October 22, 1941 London-August 9, 2014 Weston) was a British actor and voice actor.

He was best known for his roles in the BBC drama "Brideshead Revisited" and the American soap opera "Another World." Keating began his acting career on stage in London's West End and later moved to the United States where he continued to pursue his passion for theatre. In addition to his acting work, Keating lent his voice to many animated films and video games, including the role of Merovin in the video game "Legacy of Kain: Defiance." Keating also taught acting and worked as a mentor to many aspiring actors. Throughout his career, he won several awards for his contributions to the entertainment industry.

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Mike Smith

Mike Smith (April 23, 1955 Romford-August 1, 2014 London) a.k.a. Michael George Smith, Smitty or Michael George "Mike" Smith was a British presenter, race car driver, entrepreneur, pilot, businessperson and actor.

He was best known for presenting the popular BBC program Top Gear from 1987 to 2001. Smith started his career as a radio presenter for various stations including Radio Tees, Radio Hallam, and Radio Trent. He also hosted the music show "Pop Quiz" in the 1980s. He was a successful racing driver, participating in many events including the British Saloon Car Championship and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Smith was the founder of the company Windlesham Productions, which produced content for TV and radio. He also had a career as a pilot, holding a private pilot's license and owning several small aircraft. In later years, he turned his focus to business and investments, including a role as a director of a private jet charter company. Smith tragically died in a helicopter crash in London in August 2014.

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Jerome Willis

Jerome Willis (October 23, 1928 London-January 11, 2014 Wimbledon) a.k.a. Jerome Barry Willis, Jerry or Jer was a British actor.

He was best known for his role as Detective Inspector Rebus in the TV series "The Sweeney" and as Charles Frere in the TV series "Howard's Way". He began his acting career on stage and made his TV debut in the 1960s. Willis also appeared in films such as "The Boys from Brazil" and "The Dark Crystal". He was a familiar face on British TV throughout the 70s and 80s, appearing in popular series such as "Doctor Who" and "Minder". Willis was known for his distinctive voice and was often cast in roles as authority figures. He was married to actress Glynis Barber and they had a son together.

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Malcolm Tierney

Malcolm Tierney (February 25, 1938 Failsworth-February 19, 2014) was a British actor.

He was best known for his roles as the villain in films including "Braveheart" and "The Saint," and for his portrayal of the character of Davros in the long-running TV series "Doctor Who." Tierney began his acting career as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company in the 1960s, before transitioning to screen work in the 1970s. He remained a prolific character actor for many years, appearing in numerous TV shows and movies. Tierney also worked as a theatre director, and was highly respected in the industry for his contributions to the arts. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 75.

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Frankie Fraser

Frankie Fraser (November 19, 1923 Lambeth-November 26, 2014) also known as Mad Frankie Fraser was a British actor and tour guide.

However, he was more famously known as a notorious criminal and enforcer in London's underworld during the 1950s and 1960s. He was a member of the Richardson gang, one of the most feared and violent criminal organizations in London. Fraser was involved in numerous criminal activities, including robbery, fraud, and intimidation, and was known for his brutal tactics. He spent a total of 42 years in prison for his crimes, serving time in some of the UK's toughest prisons. However, after his release, Fraser turned his life around and became a popular public figure, using his knowledge of London's criminal underworld to become a tour guide and giving talks about his criminal past. Despite his violent past, he was often beloved by the British public, and his life story was the subject of several documentaries and books.

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Ken Jones

Ken Jones (February 20, 1930 Liverpool-February 13, 2014 Prescot) otherwise known as Kenneth Leon Jones was a British actor.

He was the son of a butcher and grew up in Liverpool, England. After serving in the Royal Navy, he studied at the Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama and embarked on a stage career.

Jones appeared in a number of films, including "Ryan's Daughter" and "The Elephant Man", but was primarily known for his work in television. He had recurring roles in several popular British series, including "Porridge" and "The Sweeney".

In addition to his acting career, Jones was also a theatre director and writer. He directed productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company and wrote a number of plays that were performed in the UK and abroad.

Jones passed away in 2014 at the age of 83.

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Alan Alan

Alan Alan (November 1, 1926 London-July 4, 2014 England) a.k.a. Alan Rabinowitz was a British escapology, actor and magician.

He learned his first magic trick from his father, who was a tailor and amateur magician. Alan Alan began performing magic shows as a teenager and later became a professional magician. He gained fame for his incredible escape acts, in which he would wriggle out of handcuffs, ropes, and chains.

Alan Alan performed all around the world, earning the nickname "The Great Escapologist." He also acted in several films and TV series, including "The Saint" and "The Avengers." He wrote several books on magic and escapology, including an autobiography titled "Houdini's Last Trick."

Later in life, Alan Alan retired from performing and became a collector of magic memorabilia. He donated his extensive collection to the Magic Circle, a London-based organization dedicated to magic and magicians. Alan Alan's contributions to the world of magic have made him an iconic figure in the field, and his legacy continues to inspire and entertain magicians and fans alike.

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Jack Bruce

Jack Bruce (May 14, 1943 Bishopbriggs-October 25, 2014 Suffolk) otherwise known as John Symon Asher Bruce or John Symon Asher "Jack" Bruce was a British singer, musician, songwriter, bassist and actor. His children are called Malcolm Bruce and Jonas Bruce.

Bruce was most famous for being the bass guitarist and primary songwriter for the rock band Cream, which he formed with Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker in 1966. The band's hits include "Sunshine of Your Love," "White Room," and "Crossroads." Prior to Cream, Bruce had already established himself as a professional musician, playing with bands like Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated and Manfred Mann. After Cream disbanded in 1968, Bruce continued to make music as a solo artist, collaborating with other musicians like Robin Trower and Leslie West. He released over a dozen solo albums throughout his career. Apart from music, Bruce also acted in films and TV shows, including the rock musical film "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" and the British crime drama "The Professionals."

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Richard Attenborough

Richard Attenborough (August 29, 1923 Cambridge-August 24, 2014 London) otherwise known as Richard Samuel Attenborough, Lord Attenborough, Lord Richard Attenborough, Dickie, Bunter, Sir Richard Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, Richard Samuel Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, Richard Samuel Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, CBE, The Rt. Hon. Richard Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, CBE, The Right Honourable Richard Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, CBE or Lord Attenborough, CBE was a British film director, actor, film producer and entrepreneur. He had three children, Charlotte Attenborough, Michael Attenborough and Jane Attenborough.

Richard Attenborough began his acting career on stage and later transitioned to film. Some of his notable acting roles include appearing in the films "Brighton Rock", "The Great Escape" and "Jurassic Park". He was also a successful film director, with his most famous work being the multiple Academy Award-winning film "Gandhi". Attenborough also served as the president of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and was a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF. In addition to his entertainment career, Attenborough was involved in numerous charities and social causes, including apartheid in South Africa and poverty in India. He was awarded several prestigious honours, including a CBE and a knighthood in 1976 and a life peerage in 1993. Attenborough passed away in 2014, leaving behind a lasting legacy in the film world and beyond.

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Dave Legeno

Dave Legeno (October 12, 1963 Marylebone-July 6, 2014 Death Valley) also known as The Enforcer, Death Wish, Dave Legend, David "Dave" Legeno, David Legeno, Lone Wolf or Dave Legano was a British actor, mixed martial artist, professional boxer, wrestler and bouncer. He had one child, Wendy Legeno.

Legeno was born and raised in Marylebone, London. Prior to pursuing a career in acting, he worked as a professional boxer and wrestler, and later as a bouncer. In the 1990s, he began training in mixed martial arts and competed in several professional fights.

Legeno began his acting career in 2000 with a small role in the film Snatch. He went on to have supporting roles in numerous films, including Batman Begins and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. He was best known for his role as the werewolf Fenrir Greyback in the Harry Potter film series.

Aside from his acting career, Legeno was also a writer and had published two novels. In 2014, he tragically passed away while hiking in Death Valley, California from heat-related issues. His death was mourned by fans and colleagues in the entertainment industry.

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John Horsley

John Horsley (November 27, 2014 Westcliff-on-Sea-January 12, 2014 Northwood, London) also known as John L. Horsley was a British actor.

He was born on November 27, 1915, in Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, England. Horsley started his acting career in the 1940s and appeared in over 150 films and television series throughout his career. He was known for his appearances in TV shows such as The Onedin Line, Survivors, and The Duchess of Duke Street. Horsley was also a regular cast member in the long-running BBC drama series Doctor Who. Besides his work in film and television, he was also a stage actor and appeared in many West End productions. Horsley retired from acting in the early 1990s after a long and successful career. He passed away on January 12, 2014, in Northwood, London, at the age of 98.

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Neal Arden

Neal Arden (December 27, 1909 Fulham-June 4, 2014 Huntingdon) also known as Neil Arden or Arthur Neal Alston was a British actor.

Neal Arden began his acting career in the 1930s, appearing in various theatrical productions before transitioning to film and television work. He appeared in multiple classic British films such as "Oliver Twist", "The Lavender Hill Mob", and "The Long Memory". Arden was also a familiar face on British television, appearing in popular shows such as "The Onedin Line" and "The Saint". In addition to his acting work, he also served as a director and writer for both stage and screen productions. Arden continued acting well into his 90s, making his final on-screen appearance in the 2002 film "All or Nothing".

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Bob Hoskins

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.

Hoskins began his acting career in the 1970s, appearing in various TV shows and stage productions. He gained international recognition for his portrayal of George in the 1980 film "The Long Good Friday". He went on to star in films like "Mona Lisa", for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor, "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", "Mermaids", "Hook", "Nixon" and "Enemy at the Gates". Hoskins also lent his voice to various animated characters, such as Smee in "Hook" and the titular character in "Super Mario Bros.". In addition to acting, Hoskins also directed and produced several films, including the 1997 film "Rainbow" which he also starred in. Hoskins retired from acting in 2012 after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, and passed away in 2014 due to complications from the disease.

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Warren Clarke

Warren Clarke (April 26, 1947 Oldham-November 12, 2014) also known as Alan Clarke or Mr. Warren Clarke was a British actor, television director and television producer. He had two children, Rowan Clarke and Georgia Mabel Clarke.

Clarke is best known for his role as Det. Superintendent Andy Dalziel in the British crime drama series "Dalziel and Pascoe" which aired from 1996 to 2007. He also appeared in several other television shows including "Poldark", "The Bill" and "Clocking Off". In addition to acting, Clarke also worked behind the camera as a director and producer for various television shows. He directed episodes of "Heartbeat", "The Bill" and "Soldier Soldier" among others. Clarke passed away at the age of 67 after a short illness in 2014.

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Kevin Elyot

Kevin Elyot (November 27, 2014 Birmingham-June 7, 2014 London) was a British screenwriter, actor and playwright.

He was best known for his play "My Night with Reg" which was a critical and commercial success, winning both the Evening Standard and Olivier Awards for Best Comedy in 1994. Elyot also wrote for television and film, with credits including the BBC drama "Christopher and His Kind" and the film adaptation of his own play "Clapham Junction". As an actor, he appeared on stage and screen, with roles in productions such as "Another Country" and "The Line of Beauty". Elyot was openly gay and his work often explored themes of homosexuality and relationships. He passed away in 2014 due to complications from AIDS.

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Timothy John Byford

Timothy John Byford (July 25, 1941 Salisbury-May 5, 2014 Belgrade) a.k.a. Tim Byford was a British actor, screenwriter and television director.

Byford studied acting in London and began his career in the 1960s. He appeared in various television dramas and worked as a screenwriter for several television programs in the UK. In the 1970s and 1980s, he also worked as a television director and directed episodes of popular shows such as "Coronation Street" and "Emmerdale."

Byford moved to Belgrade, Serbia in the early 1990s and continued to work in the television industry as a director and screenwriter. He became well-known in Serbia for his work on the popular television drama, "Sivi Dom" (Gray Home), which dealt with the experiences of Serbian prisoners of war during World War II.

In addition to his work in television, Byford also appeared in several films, including "The Heroes of Telemark" (1965) and "The Promised Land" (1975).

Byford passed away in Belgrade in 2014 at the age of 72.

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Jeffery Dench

Jeffery Dench (April 29, 1928 Tyldesley-March 27, 2014 United Kingdom) also known as Jeffrey Dench was a British actor. His children are called Sarah Dench, Clare Dench and Emma Dench.

Dench was born in Tyldesley, Lancashire, England in 1928. He trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London and began his acting career on stage in the 1950s. Dench was a prominent member of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), performing in many of their productions throughout the 1960s and 1970s. He also made numerous appearances on British television and in films.

In addition to his successful acting career, Dench was also a talented writer and director. He wrote several plays, including "The Wall," which was performed at the National Theatre in London. He also directed productions at the Royal Court Theatre and the Manchester Library Theatre.

Dench was married to the actress Anna Carteret from 1972 until his death in 2014. He had three daughters, Sarah Dench, Clare Dench, and Emma Dench. Dench was also the older brother of the actress Judi Dench, who is best known for her roles in films such as "Shakespeare in Love" and the James Bond series.

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Roger Lloyd-Pack

Roger Lloyd-Pack (February 8, 1944 Islington-January 15, 2014 Kentish Town) also known as Owen Lloyd Pack or Roger Lloyd Pack was a British actor. He had four children, Emily Lloyd, Spencer Lloyd-Pack, Hartley Lloyd-Pack and Louis Lloyd-Pack.

Lloyd-Pack was well-known for his roles in British television shows such as "The Vicar of Dibley," "Only Fools and Horses," and "Doctor Who." He also starred in a number of films including "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" and "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy." In addition to his acting career, Lloyd-Pack was a passionate environmentalist and was involved in campaigns to protect wildlife and the environment. He died in 2014 at the age of 69 from pancreatic cancer.

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Donald Sinden

Donald Sinden (October 9, 1923 Plymouth-September 11, 2014 Romney Marsh) also known as Donald Alfred Sinden, Sir Donald Alfred Sinden CBE D.Litt D.Arts, Sir Donald Alfred Sinden, Sir Donald Sinden or Sir Donald Sinden CBE was a British actor and author. His children are called Jeremy Sinden and Marc Sinden.

Sinden began his acting career in 1942 while serving in the Royal Air Force during World War II. He quickly made a name for himself and went on to become a prolific actor in theater, film, and television. He is best known for his roles in the films "The Cruel Sea" (1953), "Mogambo" (1953), and "The Day the Earth Caught Fire" (1961). Sinden was also a talented stage actor and appeared in numerous productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company. In addition to his acting career, Sinden was also an accomplished author and wrote several books on his experiences in the theater. He was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1979 and was knighted in 1997 for his contributions to drama.

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Jeffry Wickham

Jeffry Wickham (August 5, 1933 England-June 1, 2014) also known as Jeffry Wickham was a British actor. He had three children, Rupert Wickham, Saskia Wickham and Caspar Wickham.

Jeffry Wickham started his acting career in the late 1950s, where he starred in multiple stage productions. He made his TV debut in 1960 in an episode of The Adventures of Robin Hood. Throughout his career, he appeared in numerous TV shows and films, including Doctor Who, Inspector Morse, and The Bill.

Wickham's most notable role was as Reverend Tom Hereward in the British TV series, All Creatures Great and Small, which aired from 1978 to 1990. He also appeared in the 1971 film version of the play, The Go-Between.

Apart from acting, Wickham was a talented writer, and he authored several books, including a memoir titled "My Search for Love and How I Found It" and a children's book titled "The Adventures of Willy Waterdrop."

Jeffry Wickham passed away at the age of 80 in June 2014, leaving behind a rich legacy in the British entertainment industry.

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Howell Evans

Howell Evans (March 3, 1928 Maesteg-September 9, 2014) was a British actor.

He began his acting career in the 1950s, appearing in both film and television productions. Some of his notable film credits include "The Lavender Hill Mob" (1951) and "The Mouse That Roared" (1959). He also had a recurring role on the popular British TV series "The Onedin Line" (1971-1980).

In addition to his acting career, Evans was also a skilled writer, director, and producer. He wrote several plays and scripts for television, and directed various stage productions. He was also a founding member of the British Actors Association, an organization dedicated to promoting the rights and interests of actors.

Evans continued to work in the entertainment industry well into his later years, and was respected and admired by colleagues and fans alike. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 86.

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Paul Vaughan

Paul Vaughan (October 24, 1925-November 14, 2014) was a British actor and voice actor. He had three children, Timothy Vaughan, Katherine Vaughan and Lucy Vaughan.

Paul Vaughan began his acting career in 1952, appearing in the film "The Secret People." He continued to act in films throughout the 1950s and 60s, including "The Bridge on the River Kwai" (1957), "Lawrence of Arabia" (1962), and "Khartoum" (1966).

In addition to his film work, Vaughan also had a successful career in television, appearing in popular shows such as "The Avengers," "Doctor Who," and "Z Cars." He also lent his voice to various animated projects, including the English dub of the Japanese anime series "Marine Boy."

Vaughan was married to actress Evaline Fisher until her death in 2005. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 89.

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Angus Lennie

Angus Lennie (April 18, 1930 Glasgow-September 14, 2014 London) was a British actor.

He appeared in numerous films, but was best known for his role as Archibald "The Mole" MacKai in the classic war film "The Great Escape" (1963). Lennie started his career on stage in the 1950s, before transitioning to film and television. Some of his other notable film roles include "It's a Wonderful Life" (1946), "The Cruel Sea" (1953), "Touch and Go" (1955), and "Crossplot" (1969). He also appeared in several TV series, such as "Doctor Who," "Dixon of Dock Green," and "The Avengers." In addition to acting, Lennie was also a professional drummer and performed with various jazz bands throughout his career.

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Francis Matthews

Francis Matthews (September 2, 1927 York-June 14, 2014 England) was a British actor. His children are called Paul Rattigan, Damien Matthews and Dominic Matthews.

Matthews' most notable role was as the voice of the titular character in the Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons TV series (1967-68). He also had a recurring role in the TV series Paul Temple (1969-1971) and appeared in numerous other British TV shows, such as Doctor Who and The Avengers. Matthews was also a stage actor, performing in productions both in London's West End and on Broadway in New York City. During his career, he worked alongside many other famous actors, including Sean Connery and Roger Moore.

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Anthony Marriott

Anthony Marriott (January 17, 1931 London-April 17, 2014 London) was a British actor, playwright and screenwriter.

Throughout his career, Anthony Marriott wrote several plays including "No Sex Please, We're British" which ran for 10 years in the West End and was made into a film in 1973. He also wrote for popular TV shows such as "The Army Game" and "On the Buses". As an actor, Marriott appeared on stage and screen, including in the films "A Weekend with Lulu" and "Three Hats for Lisa". In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Marriott was a devoted supporter of Chelsea Football Club. He passed away in London at the age of 83.

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Billy McColl

Billy McColl (November 15, 1951 Hamilton-January 1, 2014 London) was a British actor.

He is best known for his roles in British television dramas, including "The Bill", "Casualty", and "Holby City". McColl began his acting career in the 1970s and appeared in several stage productions before transitioning to television in the 1990s. He was also a regular voiceover artist for commercials and documentaries. Outside of his acting career, McColl was a dedicated charity worker and supported several causes throughout his life. He passed away in London in 2014 at the age of 62.

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Bill Kerr

Bill Kerr (June 10, 1922 Cape Town-August 28, 2014 Perth) a.k.a. William Kerr, Willie Kerr, William 'Bill' Kerr or William Henry Kerr was a British actor, voice actor, comedian and vaudeville performer.

He grew up in Australia and began his career as a performer in his teenage years. Kerr worked in theatre, film, and television throughout his career, often portraying comedic characters. He appeared in several popular films, including "The Dam Busters" and "Gallipoli." Kerr was also known for his voice work, voicing characters in animated films and TV shows. In addition to his acting career, he was a passionate advocate for animal welfare and supported several animal charities. Kerr was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in 1991 for his contributions to the arts.

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John Bardon

John Bardon (August 25, 1939 Brentford-September 12, 2014 Collier Row) otherwise known as John Michael Jones or John Barton was a British actor.

He is best known for his role as Jim Branning in the long-running BBC soap opera "EastEnders", which he played from 1996 until 2011. Prior to his career in acting, Bardon worked as a taxi driver and a wrestler under the name Johnny Bardon. He started his career in acting in his mid-thirties and appeared in several notable TV shows and films throughout his career, including "Doctor Who", "Only Fools and Horses", and "Casualty". Bardon suffered a stroke in 2007 that forced him to take a hiatus from "EastEnders", but he later returned to the show in 2008 after making a partial recovery. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 75.

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Terry Richards

Terry Richards (November 2, 1932 South London-June 14, 2014) a.k.a. Terrence Richards was a British actor and stunt performer.

He was known for his work in several blockbuster movies, including the Star Wars franchise, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, and the James Bond film series. He began his career as a stuntman in the 1960s and went on to become one of the most respected performers in the industry. Richards was also a skilled fight choreographer and worked closely with actors to create authentic fight scenes. His dedication to his craft earned him a loyal following among both his fellow performers and moviegoers around the world.

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