Here are 4 famous actresses from United Kingdom died in Pancreatic cancer:
Madeleine Carroll (February 26, 1906 West Bromwich-October 2, 1987 Marbella) a.k.a. Edith Madeleine Carroll, Marie-Madeleine Bernadette O'Carroll, Madaleine Caroll or The Queen of British Cinema was a British actor.
She began her acting career in London in the 1920s and soon rose to fame with her performances in films such as "The 39 Steps" (1935) and "Secret Agent" (1936), both directed by Alfred Hitchcock. She was one of the biggest stars of the British film industry in the 1930s and 1940s, and was known for her beauty, elegance, and charm.
During World War II, Carroll put her acting career on hold and worked as a nurse helping with the war effort. After the war, she returned to acting, but her career never quite regained its pre-war heights. She moved to Hollywood in the 1950s and appeared in several films and television shows.
Carroll was also known for her charity work, particularly with organizations that supported disabled children. She was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1948 for her services to the film industry and charity work. Carroll retired from acting in 1958 and lived the rest of her life in Spain, where she died in 1987 at the age of 81.
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Pamela Brown (July 8, 1917 Hampstead-September 19, 1975 Avening) also known as Pamela Mary Brown was a British actor.
Brown was born in Hampstead, London and attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She was known for her distinctive appearance, with dark hair and piercing blue eyes.
Brown had a successful career in both stage and screen acting, appearing in productions such as "Noël Coward's Private Lives" and the film adaptation of "A Passage to India". She was also a regular performer with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Aside from her acting career, Brown also worked as a writer, director and producer. She co-wrote the screenplay for the film "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" and directed various stage productions.
Sadly, Brown died at the age of 58 in Avening, England.
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Oona O'Neill (May 14, 1925 Warwick Parish-September 27, 1991 Corsier-sur-Vevey) a.k.a. Lady Chaplin, Oona Chaplin, Oona, Lady Chaplin, Oona or Oona O'Neill Chaplin was a British actor. She had eight children, Geraldine Chaplin, Josephine Chaplin, Victoria Chaplin, Michael Chaplin, Eugene Chaplin, Christopher Chaplin, Annette Emily Chaplin and Jane Chaplin.
She was the daughter of Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Eugene O'Neill, and lived a privileged childhood. In 1943, at the age of 18, she married famed actor and director Charlie Chaplin, who was 36 years her senior. They remained married until his death in 1977. During her marriage, Oona retired from acting to raise their children and support her husband's work. After Chaplin's death, Oona became known as Lady Chaplin and continued to work as a philanthropist, supporting various causes including mental health and the arts. She died in 1991 at the age of 66, and is buried beside her husband in Switzerland.
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Angharad Rees (July 16, 1944 Edgware-July 21, 2012 Knightsbridge) also known as Angharad Mary Rees, Lady McAlpine, Lady McAlpine CBE or Angharad Mary Rees, Lady McAlpine CBE was a British actor and jewelry designer. Her children are called Rhys William Cazenove and Linford James Cazenove.
She was best known for her role as Demelza in the BBC TV series "Poldark." Rees began her acting career in 1963 with the Royal Shakespeare Company and made her West End debut in "The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade" in 1967. In addition to her acting career, Rees was a successful jewelry designer, and her designs were worn by prominent figures such as Princess Diana and Elizabeth Taylor. She was appointed a CBE in 2012 for her services to drama and to charity.
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