British movie actors deceased in Hodgkin's lymphoma

Here are 1 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Hodgkin's lymphoma:

Daniel Massey

Daniel Massey (October 10, 1933 Westminster-March 25, 1998 London) also known as Daniel Raymond Massey was a British actor. His children are called Alice Massey and Paul Massey.

Massey began his acting career at the age of 12, starring in the film "Noël Coward's 'In Which We Serve'" (1942) and went on to appear in numerous stage productions including "The Importance of Being Earnest" (1953) and "The Hollow Crown" (1961). He received critical acclaim for his role as Noel Coward in the biopic "Star!" (1968) and went on to earn a Tony Award for his performance in the Broadway production of "She Loves Me" (1963).

Massey was also known for his television work, notably starring in the BBC mini-series "The Pallisers" (1974) and earning an Emmy nomination for his performance in the TV movie "Intimate Strangers" (1977).

Throughout his career, Massey struggled with alcoholism and drug addiction, which ultimately led to his untimely death at the age of 64. He is survived by his two children and is remembered as a talented and versatile actor.

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