British movie actors deceased in Illness

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

Shaun Sutton

Shaun Sutton (October 14, 1919 Hammersmith-May 14, 2004 Norfolk) a.k.a. Shaun Alfred Graham Sutton or Shaun Alfred Graham Sutton OBE was a British screenwriter, actor, television producer, television director and film producer.

He was best known for his work as a producer on several iconic BBC television series, including "Doctor Who," "Z-Cars," and "The Forsyte Saga." Sutton began his career as an actor, but quickly transitioned to writing and producing for radio and television. He was instrumental in the development of the British television industry, and his contributions were recognized with an OBE in 1978. Sutton remained active in television production throughout his career, and continued to work on projects until his death in 2004.

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Henry Stephenson

Henry Stephenson (April 16, 1871 Grenada-April 24, 1956 San Francisco) also known as Herbert Brough Falcon Marshall, Harry Stephenson, Henry Stephenson Garroway, Henry S. Garroway, Harry Stephenson Garraway or Henry Stephenson Garraway was a British actor. He had one child, Anne Hall.

In his early career, Stephenson appeared on stage throughout England and made his Broadway debut in 1901. He later transitioned to film and appeared in over 100 movies throughout his career, including classics such as "Little Women," "David Copperfield," and "Mutiny on the Bounty."

Stephenson was known for playing aristocratic figures, and his refined British accent became his trademark. He often portrayed wise old mentors or judges, and was also known for his ability to play villains with a charming demeanor.

In addition to his acting career, Stephenson was also a writer and wrote several plays throughout his life. He was a member of the Garrick Club in London and was awarded the Order of the British Empire in 1948 for his contributions to the entertainment industry. He passed away in San Francisco at the age of 85.

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