British movie actors deceased in Pulmonary embolism

Here are 2 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Pulmonary embolism:

Eric Thompson

Eric Thompson (November 9, 1929 Sleaford-November 30, 1982 London Borough of Camden) otherwise known as Eric Norman Thompson or Thompson was a British presenter, actor, screenwriter, television producer, voice actor and theatre director. He had two children, Emma Thompson and Sophie Thompson.

Eric Thompson started his career as a producer and writer at the BBC, where he produced and scripted various drama programs. He is best known for creating and narrating the popular British children's television series, The Magic Roundabout. Thompson also acted on stage and in films, such as The Witches (1966) and The Magic Roundabout (1972). He was also a successful theatre director and directed productions in London's West End. Thompson was married to actress Phyllida Law and had two daughters, Emma and Sophie, both of whom went on to become successful actors in their own right. Despite his many accomplishments, Thompson struggled with depression throughout his life and tragically passed away at the age of 53.

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Richard Carpenter

Richard Carpenter (August 14, 1929 King's Lynn-February 26, 2012 Hertfordshire) also known as Kip, Richard Michael "Kip" Carpenter or Richard Michael Carpenter was a British actor, screenwriter, author and writer.

He was best known for his work as a screenwriter, having written for popular television shows such as "Z-Cars", "The Bill" and "EastEnders". Carpenter also wrote several children's books, including the popular "Robin of Sherwood" series. In addition, he was an accomplished actor who appeared in numerous stage productions and films, including "The Curse of the Werewolf" and "The Plague of the Zombies". Carpenter was awarded the Order of the British Empire for his contributions to drama in 2011, just one year before his death.

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