British movie actors deceased in Diabetes mellitus

Here are 3 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Diabetes mellitus:

John Osborne

John Osborne (December 12, 1929 Fulham-December 24, 1994 Clun) also known as John James Osbourne, John Osbourne or John James Osborne was a British playwright, actor, screenwriter, writer and critic. His child is called Nolan Osborne.

Osborne was considered one of the most important British playwrights of the 20th century and was at the forefront of the "Angry Young Man" movement in British literature during the 1950s. He gained critical acclaim for his seminal work, "Look Back in Anger," which premiered in 1956 and is considered a landmark in British theatre. His other notable plays include "The Entertainer," "Luther," and "Inadmissible Evidence." In addition to his work in theatre, Osborne also wrote several screenplays, including adaptations of his own plays, and acted in numerous television shows and films. He was awarded an Academy Award for his screenplay adaptation of the play "Tom Jones" in 1963. Despite his success, Osborne often struggled with depression and alcoholism throughout his life. He passed away in 1994 at the age of 65.

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Douglas Campbell

Douglas Campbell (June 11, 1922 Glasgow-October 6, 2009 Montreal) a.k.a. Campbell, Douglas, Douglas Campbell, CM or Doug Campbell was a British actor, theatre director, screenwriter and professional golfer. His children are called Benedict Campbell, Torquil Campbell, Dirk Campbell, Beatrice Campbell, Teresa Taylor and Tom Campbell.

Campbell began his acting career at the age of 17 with a role in a stage production of Macbeth in Glasgow. He went on to perform in many prominent theater productions including Waiting for Godot, A Streetcar Named Desire and Othello. Campbell was also well-known for his screenwriting work and contributed to several television shows and films including The Wayne and Shuster Hour and Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town.

In addition to his success in the arts, Campbell was an accomplished professional golfer and won the Quebec Amateur Golf Championship in 1956. In 1995, he was appointed to the Order of Canada, one of the country's highest honors, for his contributions to the arts.

Throughout his life, Campbell maintained close ties to his Scottish roots and was known for his passion for Scottish traditions and culture. Today, he is remembered as a versatile and talented artist who made lasting contributions to the worlds of theater, film and television.

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Robert Dorning

Robert Dorning (May 13, 1913 St Helens-February 21, 1989 London) also known as Robert John Dorning, Jr. or Robert John Dorning was a British actor, ballet dancer and musician. He had two children, Stacy Dorning and Kate Dorning.

Dorning began his career as a ballet dancer in the 1930s, but later transitioned into acting. He became a prolific character actor, appearing in more than 100 film and television productions in his career. He was known for his work in British comedies, including The Ladykillers (1955) and Carry On Nurse (1959). He also had several notable stage roles, including in productions of The Importance of Being Earnest and The Mousetrap. In addition to acting, Dorning was an accomplished musician and played several instruments, including the piano and the trumpet. He continued to work in film and television until his death in 1989 at the age of 75.

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