British movie actors deceased in Alzheimer's disease

Here are 5 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Alzheimer's disease:

Rikki Fulton

Rikki Fulton (April 15, 1924 Glasgow-January 27, 2004 Glasgow) also known as Robert Kerr Fulton was a British sailor, screenwriter and actor.

He is best known for his work in Scottish television, particularly for his sketch comedy show, "The Rikki Fulton Hour." He also starred in the BAFTA-winning BBC series "Scotch and Wry" and appeared in several films, including "Gorky Park" and "Local Hero." Beyond his acting career, Fulton was a talented writer, penning scripts for his own shows as well as other comedies like "Absolutely" and "Still Game." He was beloved by audiences for his witty humor and versatile range as an actor. In addition to his contributions to entertainment, Fulton was also an accomplished sailor, having won numerous championships in his youth. He was awarded an OBE in 1995 for his services to entertainment.

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Kenneth Griffith

Kenneth Griffith (October 12, 1921 Tenby-June 25, 2006 London) also known as Kenneth Ewen Griffiths, Kenneth Griffiths, Ken Griffiths, Kenneth Reginald Griffiths or Kenneth Reginald Griffith was a British actor, film producer and screenwriter. He had five children, Eva Griffiths, Huw Griffiths, Jonathan Griffiths, David Griffiths and Polly Griffiths.

Griffith made his acting debut in the 1940s and went on to have a successful career spanning over five decades. He appeared in numerous British films and television shows but was best known for his role as Dai Bread in the film "How Green Was My Valley" in 1941. In addition to acting, Griffith also wrote and produced several films.

He was also a political activist and was heavily involved in anti-nuclear and anti-war campaigns. He was even arrested in 1958 for protesting against the testing of nuclear weapons. Griffith was a prolific writer and published several books on his travels and experiences, including "The Other Side of the Coin: An Adventure Story" and "The Captain's Story: In Which a Soldier of Fortune Tells his Story of the U.S. Navy's Underwater Demolition Teams."

Griffith died in 2006 at the age of 84 in London, leaving behind a legacy as a talented actor and passionate activist.

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Henry McGee

Henry McGee (May 14, 1929 South Kensington-January 28, 2006 Twickenham) a.k.a. Henry Marris-McGee or Super Stooge was a British actor. He had one child, Stephanie McGee.

Henry McGee was best known for his work in the hit TV show "The Benny Hill Show" where he appeared as a regular performer for over 20 years. He was also a talented stage actor, appearing in many theatrical productions throughout his career. McGee started his acting career in the 1950s and went on to feature in films like "The Knack...and How to Get It" and "The Magic Christian". In addition to his acting career, McGee was a talented writer and penned two novels, "The Laughing Soldier" and "The Likely Lad". He passed away at the age of 76 due to heart failure.

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Max Bygraves

Max Bygraves (October 16, 1922 Rotherhithe-August 31, 2012 Hope Island, Queensland) otherwise known as Walter William Bygraves, Bygraves, Max, Max or Max Bygraves OBE was a British actor. He had six children, Anthony Bygraves, Christine Bygraves, Maxine Bygraves, John Rice, Beverly Mayhew-Sass and Stephen Rose.

In addition to acting, Max Bygraves was also a popular singer and variety performer in the UK. He released numerous albums and singles throughout his career, including several chart-topping hits. Bygraves was known for his charm and wit on stage, and was a favorite performer of Queen Elizabeth II. He also appeared in several films, including "Charley Moon" and "A Cry from the Streets." Bygraves lived in Australia for the latter part of his life, and was awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 1983 for his contributions to entertainment.

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Arnold Peters

Arnold Peters (November 27, 2014 Hendon-May 11, 2013 Northamptonshire) was a British actor.

He was best known for his performances on stage, television, and radio. Peters began his acting career in the 1950s and went on to appear in a number of popular British television shows, including "The Bill" and "EastEnders". He was also a regular voice actor on BBC Radio 4, where he provided voices for several popular radio dramas. In addition to his acting career, Peters was a keen athlete and was a member of the British Master's Athletics team. Despite suffering from Parkinson's disease in his later years, he continued to act and was active until his death in 2013 at the age of 88.

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