British movie actors deceased in Drowning

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

Frank Vosper

Frank Vosper (December 15, 1899 United Kingdom-March 6, 1937) was a British actor, playwright and screenwriter.

Born in London, Frank Vosper began his career as an actor, performing in productions all across the UK. He eventually transitioned into playwriting and wrote several successful plays, including "The Venetian Brides" and "Love from a Stranger". Vosper also wrote the screenplays for several films, including "The Good Companions" and "Murder in the Family".

In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Vosper was known for his flamboyant personality and his numerous romantic relationships with both men and women. He tragically died at the age of 37 in a house fire that some have speculated was intentionally set by a jilted lover.

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Charles Klein

Charles Klein (January 7, 1867 London-May 7, 1915 Atlantic Ocean) also known as Philip Charles Klein was a British playwright, screenwriter, writer and actor. He had two children, Philip Klein and John V. Klein.

Klein was best known for his plays and screenplays, including "The Lion and the Mouse," which was one of the highest-grossing plays on Broadway in the early 20th century. He also co-wrote the screenplay for the 1915 silent film adaptation of "The Lion and the Mouse." In addition to his success as a writer, Klein was also a distinguished actor, appearing in both stage productions and films. He passed away at the age of 48 while aboard the Lusitania, which was sunk by a German U-boat during World War I. Klein's legacy as a writer and actor continues to be celebrated to this day.

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