British movie actors deceased in Brain tumor

Here are 4 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Brain tumor:

Tony Anholt

Tony Anholt (January 19, 1941 Singapore-July 26, 2002 London) also known as Anthony Anholt or Anthony "Tony" Anholt was a British actor. He had one child, Christien Anholt.

Tony Anholt was born in Singapore to a British father and Dutch-Indonesian mother. He moved to England at a young age and began his acting career in the 1960s. He is best known for his roles in popular British television shows such as "The Protectors", "Howards' Way", and "Space: 1999". Anholt also appeared in several films throughout his career, including "Genghis Khan" and "The Sicilian". He was married to fellow actress Tracey Childs for several years before their divorce in 1991. Anholt passed away in London in 2002 at the age of 61 after battling cancer.

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Brian Glover

Brian Glover (April 2, 1934 Sheffield-July 24, 1997 London) also known as Leon Arras the Man From Paris, Erik Tanberg, the blond from Sweden or Leon Aris was a British actor, writer, wrestler, teacher and screenwriter.

He was known for his roles as Mr. Turner in the film Kes and as "The Alien" in the John Hurt-starring film AlienĀ³. Glover was also a successful wrestler in his younger years, and was known in the ring as "Leon Aris, the man from Paris". He later transitioned to acting, and began writing and producing plays in the 1970s. Glover continued to act on stage, film and television throughout his career, and was also a teacher of drama. He passed away in 1997 at the age of 63 due to a brain tumor.

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Patrick Cargill

Patrick Cargill (June 3, 1918 Bexhill-on-Sea-May 23, 1996 Richmond, London) was a British actor.

He began his career as a theatrical actor before transitioning to British television and film roles in the 1950s. Cargill was known for his comedic talent, often portraying upper-class characters with a bumbling demeanor. He starred in several television series, including "Father, Dear Father" and "Me and My Girl." Cargill also appeared in feature films such as "Operation Bullshine" and "Crooks in Cloisters." In addition to his acting career, Cargill was a talented writer and authored several books including a memoir titled "What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?" He was married twice and had four children.

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Henry Victor

Henry Victor (October 2, 1892 London-March 15, 1945 Hollywood) was a British actor.

He began his acting career on stage in London before transitioning to film in the 1910s. Victor appeared in over 100 films, often portraying villains or authority figures. He is perhaps best known for his role as Fritz in the 1931 classic horror film, "Frankenstein". Victor was also a veteran of World War I, having served as a lieutenant in the British Army. Tragically, he died of a heart attack at the young age of 52 while on a film set in Hollywood.

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