British movie actors deceased in Lymphoma

Here are 5 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Lymphoma:

Roger Tonge

Roger Tonge (January 30, 1946 Birmingham-February 26, 1981 London) was a British actor.

He is best known for his leading role as farmer's son, Peter Sinclair, in the popular television drama series "The Flockton Flyer". Tonge began his acting career in the 1960s and featured in various TV series and films such as "The Wednesday Play" and "Virgin Witch". He was also a skilled stage performer, portraying the character of Algernon Moncrieff in a 1977 production of Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest". Tragically, Tonge passed away at the young age of 35 due to an overdose of barbiturates.

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Paul Eddington

Paul Eddington (June 18, 1927 St John's Wood-November 4, 1995 Southwark) also known as Paul Clark Eddington was a British actor. His children are called Gemma Eddington, Dominic Eddington, Hugo Eddington and Toby Eddington.

Paul Eddington is best known for his role as Jim Hacker in the BBC sitcom "Yes Minister" and its sequel "Yes, Prime Minister". He appeared in numerous other television shows, films and stage productions throughout his career, including "The Scarlet Pimpernel", "Goodbye Mr Chips", and "The Nation's Health". Eddington was also a trained singer and performed in several musicals, including "1776" and "The Marriage of Figaro". He was married to Patricia Maynard from 1952 until his death in 1995, and they had four children together. In 1995, Eddington died of skin cancer at the age of 68.

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David Bale

David Bale (September 2, 1941 South Africa-December 30, 2003 Santa Monica) a.k.a. David Charles Howard Bale was a British entrepreneur, airline pilot, talent manager, actor and businessperson. His children are called Christian Bale, Louise Bale, Erin Bale and Sharon Bale.

David Bale was born in South Africa and later moved to England to work as an RAF pilot. After retiring from the military, he went on to become an entrepreneur, founding the company The Purple Corporation. Bale also worked as a talent manager, representing actors such as Gloria Gaynor and his own son, Christian Bale. In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, he was an actor himself, appearing in several TV series and films. Bale was married three times and had four children before passing away in 2003 from brain lymphoma.

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Lynden David Hall

Lynden David Hall (May 7, 1974 Wandsworth-February 14, 2006 London) a.k.a. Lyden David Hall or Hall, Lynden David was a British singer, actor, songwriter, music arranger and record producer.

He began his career in the music industry in the 1990s, and released his debut album, "Medicine 4 My Pain," in 1998. The album was a critical success and earned Hall a MOBO Award for Best R&B Act.

Hall went on to release two more albums, "The Other Side" in 2000 and "In Between Jobs" in 2005. He also worked as an actor, appearing in the British television series "Desmond's" and the musical "The Little Shop of Horrors."

In addition to his music and acting career, Hall was a vocal supporter of the British charity organization, British Sickle Cell Anemia Association.

Hall tragically passed away in 2006 at the age of 31 from complications related to his battle with Hodgkin's lymphoma. Despite his short career, he was highly regarded in the British music industry and his legacy continues to influence aspiring musicians.

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Rory Morrison

Rory Morrison (August 5, 1964 London-June 11, 2013 London) was a British actor.

He was best known for his work on radio, particularly as one of the main newsreaders for BBC Radio 4. Morrison began his career in radio as a newsreader for BBC Radio Solent in the late 1980s, before moving on to work for BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 5 Live. He later joined BBC Radio 4, where he worked for over 17 years as a presenter and newsreader.

In addition to his work in radio, Morrison had a successful career as a voiceover artist, lending his voice to numerous television programmes, commercials and corporate videos. He was also an accomplished theatre actor, performing in productions in the West End and across the UK.

Morrison was diagnosed with a rare form of lymphoma in 2011 and continued to work throughout his treatment. He died in 2013 at the age of 48, leaving behind his wife and two children. In his memory, the Rory Morrison Award was established by the BBC to recognize excellence in radio production.

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