British movie actresses deceased in Drug overdose

Here are 2 famous actresses from United Kingdom died in Drug overdose:

Rachel Roberts

Rachel Roberts (September 20, 1927 Llanelli-November 26, 1980 Los Angeles) was a British actor.

She started her career as a stage actress in London's West End before making her film debut in the 1955 film "The Final Test". She gained critical acclaim for her role in the 1961 film "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning," which led to more high-profile roles in films such as "This Sporting Life" and "The Heroes of Telemark". Roberts was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the 1965 film "This Sporting Life". In addition to her film work, she also appeared on television shows like "The Saint" and "The Edwardians". Roberts struggled with addiction and depression throughout her life and tragically died by suicide in 1980 at the age of 53.

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Natasha Collins

Natasha Collins (July 7, 1976 Luton-January 3, 2008 St John's Wood) was a British presenter, model and actor.

She began her career as a model, working with various fashion brands before making her way to TV screens. Collins became a well-known face in the UK after presenting the television program "Fort Boyard" in the late 1990s. She went on to appear in numerous TV shows and films, including "Waking the Dead" and "The Football Factory."

In 2005, she married the musician Mark Speight, but tragically, he died only a few months later. In 2008, Collins herself passed away suddenly at the age of 31 from an acute gastrointestinal hemorrhage. Her death shocked fans and colleagues alike, and she is remembered as a talented and promising entertainer whose career was cut tragically short.

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