British movie actors deceased in Bronchitis

Here are 2 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Bronchitis:

Trevor Howard

Trevor Howard (September 29, 1913 Cliftonville-January 7, 1988 Bushey) also known as Trevor Wallace Howard-Smith was a British actor.

Howard started his acting career in the theatre before transitioning to films in 1943. He gained critical acclaim for his roles in films such as "Brief Encounter" (1945), "The Third Man" (1949), and "The Key" (1958) and went on to become a prominent figure in British cinema. He was also known for his roles in Hollywood films such as "Mutiny on the Bounty" (1962) and "Gandhi" (1982). In addition to his acting career, Howard was a Royal Air Force pilot during WWII and continued to serve as a reserve officer until 1961. He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in 1982 for his contributions to the arts.

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Fred Goodwins

Fred Goodwins (February 26, 1891 London-April 1, 1923 London) also known as Frederick Goodwins was a British screenwriter, film director and actor.

He began his career in the film industry as a stage actor before transitioning into writing and directing films. Goodwins was known for his work on silent films, creating numerous comedies and dramas throughout his career. Some of his notable works include "The Man in Grey" (1920) and "The Dame with the Drawn Sword" (1921).

While working on a film project, Goodwins unfortunately passed away at the age of 32 due to pneumonia. Despite his short life, he left a lasting impact on British cinema and helped pave the way for future generations of filmmakers.

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