British movie actresses deceased in Motor neuron disease

Here are 2 famous actresses from United Kingdom died in Motor neuron disease:

Ingrid Hafner

Ingrid Hafner (November 13, 1936 London-May 20, 1994 Berkshire) also known as Ingrid Elaine Hafner was a British actor. She had two children, Ben Clothier and William Clothier.

Hafner's career in acting began in the 1950s and she appeared in various stage productions, including "The Sound of Music" and "Wuthering Heights." Her breakthrough role, however, came in 1958 when she starred in the BBC television series "William Tell" as Princess Vanda. She went on to appear in numerous other TV series and films, including "The Avengers" and "The Saint."

Hafner was also a trained classical pianist and occasionally incorporated her musical talent into her acting roles. In addition, she was an animal rights activist and worked with various organizations to promote animal welfare.

Sadly, Hafner passed away in 1994 at the age of 57 due to cancer.

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Carole Lynne

Carole Lynne (September 16, 1918 Rochester-January 17, 2008 Sussex) otherwise known as Lady Delfont, Helen Violet Carolyn Heyman or Carole Lynne, Baroness Delfont was a British actor. Her children are called David Delfont, Susannah Delfont and Jennifer Delfont.

Carole Lynne began her career in theatre and acted in several productions in the 1940s and 1950s, including "The Boy with a Cart" and "The Happiest Days of Your Life". She also appeared in several movies and television shows, including "The Adventures of Robin Hood" and "The Avengers".

During her career, Carole Lynne was also known for her talent as a singer and dancer. In fact, she was a regular performer at the London Palladium and other prestigious venues, which helped her earn the nickname "The Singing Sweetheart".

In 1956, Carole Lynne married the theatrical impresario Bernard Delfont, and became known as Lady Delfont. Together, they had three children and were instrumental in bringing many successful shows to the West End.

In later years, Carole Lynne became involved in charitable work and was an active member of several organizations, including the NSPCC and the Parkinson's Disease Society.

Carole Lynne passed away in 2008 at the age of 89 in Sussex, England. She was remembered by many as a talented actress, singer, and performer who made a significant contribution to the world of theatre and entertainment.

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