British movie actors deceased in Peripheral vascular disease

Here are 1 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Peripheral vascular disease:

Charles Hawtrey

Charles Hawtrey (November 30, 1914 Hounslow-October 27, 1988 Walmer) a.k.a. George Frederick Joffe Hartree, George Frederick Joffre Hartree or Charlie was a British actor, theatre director, singer and pianist.

Hawtrey began his acting career in the 1930s, starring in a variety of films such as "The Ghost of St. Michael's" and "Jamaica Inn". However, it was his role in the "Carry On" film series that made him a household name, where he played characters such as the camp, effeminate men's hairdresser, William in "Carry On Screaming" and the lecherous, drunken innkeeper, Charles Muffin in "Carry On Abroad". Alongside his acting career, Hawtrey also directed plays in the West End, notably "Seagulls over Sorrento" and "Dry Rot". Despite his on-screen popularity, Hawtrey was known to be difficult to work with and often clashed with his co-stars and production staff. He died in 1988 following a heart attack.

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