British movie actors deceased in Tuberculosis

Here are 3 famous actors from United Kingdom died in Tuberculosis:

Denholm Elliott

Denholm Elliott (May 31, 1922 Ealing-October 6, 1992 Santa Eulària des Riu) otherwise known as Denholm Mitchell Elliott, Denholm Mitchell Elliott, CBE or Denholm Elliot was a British actor. He had two children, Jennifer Elliott and Mark Elliott.

Elliott acted in over 130 films and television shows, and was known for his character roles. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the 1986 film "A Room with a View". Some of his other notable film roles include Marcus Brody in the Indiana Jones series and Coleman in the 1983 film "Trading Places". Elliott also appeared in several stage productions in London's West End and on Broadway. He was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1988 for his contributions to drama. Elliott died of AIDS-related tuberculosis at the age of 70.

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Colin Clive

Colin Clive (January 20, 1900 Saint-Malo-June 25, 1937 Hollywood) a.k.a. Colin Glenn Clive-Greig or The Face of Christ was a British actor.

He is best known for his role as Dr. Henry Frankenstein in the 1931 film "Frankenstein" and its 1935 sequel "Bride of Frankenstein". Clive began his career on the stage in England before moving to Hollywood in the late 1920s. He starred in several successful films throughout the 1930s, including "Journey's End" (1930) and "Christopher Strong" (1933). Despite his talent and success, Clive struggled with alcoholism and died at the young age of 37 from complications related to tuberculosis. His legacy lives on through his iconic roles in the early horror films of Hollywood's Golden Age.

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Jameson Thomas

Jameson Thomas (March 24, 1888 London-January 10, 1939 Sierra Madre) otherwise known as Thomas Jameson, Jamison Thomas or Jamieson Thomas was a British actor.

He began his career in the silent film era, and is perhaps best known for his role in Alfred Hitchcock's 1927 film "The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog". He appeared in over 60 films throughout his career, and was known for taking on a wide variety of roles. Thomas also worked as a producer and director, and was the founder of the first British film company to produce talking pictures. Despite his success in the film industry, Thomas struggled with alcoholism and died at the age of 50 from heart failure.

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