British movie actors deceased in Bone cancer

Here are 2 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Bone cancer:

Gordon Jackson

Gordon Jackson (December 19, 1923 Glasgow-January 15, 1990 London) also known as Gordon Cameron Jackson was a British actor and drafter. He had two children, Graham Jackson and Roddy Jackson.

Jackson began his career as an actor in the late 1940s, performing in stage plays and later transitioning to television. He became a household name in Britain with his role as Mr. Hudson, the butler, in the popular TV series "Upstairs, Downstairs." He also played the role of George Cowley in the TV series "The Professionals."

Aside from his acting career, Jackson was a skilled drafter and served in the Royal Army during World War II as a draftsman. He later became a member of the Royal Society of Arts, where he exhibited his own artwork.

Jackson received numerous accolades for his acting, including a BAFTA award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance in the film "The Great Escape." He passed away in 1990 at the age of 66 from bone cancer.

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Stephen Tredre

Stephen Tredre (July 17, 1963 London-December 8, 1997 Islington) a.k.a. Stephen Ralph Tredre was a British actor and screenwriter.

He studied at RADA before starting his career in the 1980s. Tredre appeared in several TV shows, including "The Bill" and "Casualty", as well as films such as "Patriot Games" and "Let Him Have It". He also worked as a screenwriter, with his most notable credit being the screenplay for the film "Eskimo Day". Tredre was also a writer of short stories and poetry, some of which were published in literary magazines. He passed away at the age of 34 due to complications from bone cancer.

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