British actresses died in 2007

Here are 8 famous actresses from United Kingdom died in 2007:

Moira Lister

Moira Lister (August 6, 1923 Cape Town-October 27, 2007 Cape Town) also known as Moira Lister de Gachassin-Lafite, Vicomtesse d’Orthez or Moira Lister de Gachassin-Lafite was a British actor and writer. Her children are called Christobel d'Orthez and Chantal d’Orthez.

Moira Lister began her acting career in the 1940s and quickly rose to fame in Britain and later, internationally. She appeared in numerous films and television shows throughout her career, including the comedy film "The Belles of St. Trinian's" and the TV series "The Avengers". In addition to acting, Lister was also a prolific writer and penned several novels, short stories and plays throughout her lifetime. She was also a keen golfer and won several amateur tournaments. Later in life, Lister returned to her native South Africa where she continued to act and write. She was awarded the Order of the British Empire in 2006 for her services to drama.

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Hilda Braid

Hilda Braid (March 3, 1929 Northfleet-November 6, 2007 Brighton) was a British actor.

She started her acting career in the late 1940s after studying drama at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Over the next several decades, she appeared in numerous films, television shows, and stage productions. Braid is perhaps best known for her television work, including her role as Victoria "Nana" Moon on the popular BBC soap opera, EastEnders. She continued to act well into her seventies, and was widely respected and beloved in the British entertainment industry, both for her talent and for her kind and generous nature.

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Christine Finn

Christine Finn (November 27, 2014 India-December 5, 2007 Guildford) was a British actor and voice actor.

Finn is best known for her role as Miss Cathcart in the acclaimed 1963 film "The Haunting", as well as for her countless appearances on British television shows such as "Doctor Who", "The Avengers", and "Coronation Street". Outside of acting, Finn was an accomplished linguist, fluent in seven languages, and worked as a translator for the BBC during World War II. She also authored several books on archaeology, which reflected her fascination with the subject and her academic background as a graduate of Cambridge University. Despite her impressive career, Finn tended to shy away from the spotlight and was known for her quiet, reserved nature.

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Pat Kirkwood

Pat Kirkwood (February 24, 1921 Pendleton, Greater Manchester-December 25, 2007 Ilkley) otherwise known as Pat Kirkwood, Pat or Patricia Kirkwood was a British actor, singer and dancer.

Pat Kirkwood started her career as a child performer, and by the age of 14, she had made her first appearance in London's West End. Throughout her career, she appeared in several successful stage productions both in London and on Broadway, including "No, No, Nanette" and "Valmouth". Kirkwood also made several films, including "London Town" and "The Limping Man". She was a popular television personality in the 1950s, with her own show "The Pat Kirkwood Show". Kirkwood was also known for her personal life, as she was romantically linked with several high-profile men, including Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

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Anna Cropper

Anna Cropper (May 13, 1938 Brierfield, Lancashire-January 22, 2007 Tangmere) a.k.a. Anna Roache was a British actor. Her children are called Linus Roache and Vanya Roache.

Cropper began her acting career in the 1960s, appearing in various theatre productions including "Macbeth" and "The Revenger's Tragedy." She also made several television appearances in popular shows such as "Dixon of Dock Green" and "Z Cars." In the 1970s, she starred in the BBC drama series "Out of the Unknown" and also appeared in the films "The Anniversary" and "Cry of the Penguins."

Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Cropper continued to act in various television shows and films, including a recurring role in the popular BBC drama "Brookside." She was also known for her voiceover work, which included narrating documentaries and audiobooks. In addition to her acting career, Cropper was a trained psychologist and worked in that field as well.

Cropper passed away in 2007 at the age of 68, and was survived by her two children who also followed in her footsteps as actors. Linus Roache is known for his roles in "Law and Order" and "Vikings," while Vanya Roache has appeared in various theatre productions.

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Elizabeth Inglis

Elizabeth Inglis (July 10, 1913 Colchester-August 25, 2007 Santa Barbara) also known as Mrs. Pat Weaver, Elizabeth Earl or Desiree Mary Lucy Hawkins was a British actor. She had two children, Sigourney Weaver and Trajan Weaver.

Inglis started her acting career in the 1930s, appearing in films such as "The Importance of Being Earnest" (1952) and "The Battle of the River Plate" (1956). She also appeared on stage in London's West End and on Broadway in New York City. Later in her career, Inglis transitioned to television work, appearing on popular shows such as "The Twilight Zone" and "Perry Mason." In addition to her successful acting career, Inglis was married to NBC executive Pat Weaver, with whom she had two children, including acclaimed actress Sigourney Weaver. Inglis passed away at the age of 94 in Santa Barbara, California.

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Deborah Kerr

Deborah Kerr (September 30, 1921 Glasgow-October 16, 2007 Botesdale) also known as Deborah Jane Kerr-Trimmer, Deborah Kerr-Viertel, Deborah Kerr-Trimmer, The English Rose, Deborah Jane Trimmer, Deborah Jane Kerr, CBE or Deborah Jane Kerr was a British actor and ballet dancer. Her children are called Melanie Jane Bartley and Francesca Shrapnel.

Throughout her career, Deborah Kerr appeared in over 50 films and television shows. She was known for her poise and elegance on-screen, as well as her ability to portray complex and nuanced characters. Some of her most famous roles include Karen Holmes in From Here to Eternity, Anna Leonowens in The King and I, and Sister Clodagh in Black Narcissus.

Kerr was nominated for six Academy Awards throughout her career, but unfortunately never won. She did, however, receive an honorary Oscar in 1994 for her contributions to the film industry.

In addition to her work in film, Kerr was also a trained ballet dancer and appeared in a number of stage productions throughout her career. She was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1998 for her services to drama.

Kerr retired from acting in the late 1980s and moved to a remote estate in Scotland with her second husband, screenwriter Peter Viertel. She remained active in charitable and philanthropic work until her death in 2007 at the age of 86.

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Victoria Hopper

Victoria Hopper (May 24, 1909 Vancouver-January 22, 2007 Romney Marsh) was a British actor and singer.

She was born in Vancouver, Canada but later moved to England where she began her career in acting and singing. Victoria Hopper is best known for her performances in the West End stage productions of "No, No, Nanette" and "The Boys from Syracuse". She also appeared in several films in the 1930s and 1940s. In addition to her entertainment career, Hopper was a noted philanthropist and was awarded the Order of the British Empire in recognition of her charitable work. She passed away at the age of 97 in Romney Marsh, England.

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