British movie actresses deceased in Liver failure

Here are 2 famous actresses from United Kingdom died in Liver failure:

Yootha Joyce

Yootha Joyce (August 20, 1927 Wandsworth-August 24, 1980 London) a.k.a. Yootha Needham or Yootha Joyce Needham was a British actor.

She is best known for her role as Mildred Roper in the popular British sitcom "Man About the House" and its spin-off "George and Mildred." She also appeared in various stage productions and films throughout her career. Joyce initially trained as a dancer before pursuing acting and gained critical acclaim for her performances in plays like "The Killing of Sister George" and "Steaming." Despite her success, Joyce struggled with alcoholism and died of liver disease at the age of 53. Her legacy as a talented actor, particularly in British comedy, lives on to this day.

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Lilian Harvey

Lilian Harvey (January 19, 1906 Hornsey-July 27, 1968 Juan-les-Pins) a.k.a. Harvey, Lilian or Helene Lilian Muriel Pape was a British singer, actor and dancer.

She started her career in Germany, appearing in films such as "Die keusche Susanne" and "Congress Dances". Her fame grew and she became one of the biggest stars of German cinema during the 1930s. She also starred in British and French films, notably in the French film "Circonstances atténuantes" directed by Jean Boyer. In addition to her successful film career, Harvey also recorded several popular songs and had a successful stage career. She was forced to flee Germany during World War II and settled in the United States for a short time before eventually relocating to France where she lived for the remainder of her life.

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