British movie actors deceased in Lung Infection

Here are 2 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Lung Infection:

Ronald Colman

Ronald Colman (February 9, 1891 Richmond, London-May 19, 1958 Santa Barbara) also known as Ronald Charles Colman was a British actor. He had one child, Juliet Colman.

Ronald Colman began his acting career on stage in London's West End before transitioning to silent films. He quickly became a popular leading man, known for his handsome looks and sophisticated demeanor. With the advent of talking pictures, Colman successfully made the transition to sound and cemented his status as a Hollywood star. Some of his most famous films include "The Prisoner of Zenda," "Lost Horizon," and "Random Harvest." Colman was nominated for three Academy Awards and won Best Actor for his role in "A Double Life" in 1947. He also served in World War I, where he was wounded and gassed. Despite declining health in his later years, Colman continued acting until his death from acute emphysema at the age of 67.

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Badi Uzzaman

Badi Uzzaman (March 8, 1939 Phulpur-June 14, 2011 Lahore) also known as Mohammed Badi Uzzaman Azmi, Badi Uzzman, Badi Uzzamann or BadiUzzaman was a British actor and presenter.

He was born in India and moved to Pakistan during the partition. He later moved to the UK in 1959 and studied economics before pursuing his passion for acting. Uzzaman appeared in over 50 films and television shows, including several popular British dramas such as Doctor Who, The Bill and EastEnders. He was known for his versatile acting skills and ability to seamlessly adapt to different roles. In addition to his acting career, Uzzaman was also a well-respected broadcaster and presented several radio and television shows, including the BBC Asian Network. He passed away in Lahore, Pakistan in 2011 at the age of 72.

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