British music stars deceased in Heart failure

Here are 6 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Heart failure:

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932 Hampstead Garden Suburb-March 23, 2011 Los Angeles) also known as Liz Taylor, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, Dame Elizabeth Taylor, Elisheba Rachel, Kitten, Dame Elizabeth Rosemond "Liz" Taylor, Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, "One-Shot Liz", Dame Elizabeth Rosemond "Liz" Taylor, DBE, Liz, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, Liz Taylor, Dame Elizabeth Taylor, Elisheba Rachel, Kitten, Liz, Dame Elizabeth Rosemond "Liz" Taylor, Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, Elisabeth Taylor or Taylor, Elisabeth was a British actor and film producer. She had four children, Liza Todd Burton, Christopher Edward Wilding, Michael Wilding Jr. and Maria Burton.

Taylor began her acting career at the age of 10 and rose to fame in the 1950s and 1960s for her roles in popular films such as "Giant", "Cleopatra", and "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof". Throughout her career, she won two Academy Awards, one for her role in "Butterfield 8" and the other for "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?".

In addition to acting, Taylor was also known for her philanthropy work and activism, particularly her efforts to raise awareness and funds for HIV/AIDS research. She co-founded the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) and the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

Taylor was also famed for her beauty and her turbulent personal life, including her many marriages to men such as Richard Burton and Eddie Fisher. She passed away in 2011 at the age of 79 due to congestive heart failure.

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Frankie Howerd

Frankie Howerd (March 6, 1917 York-April 19, 1992 Fulham) a.k.a. Francis Alick Howard, Ronnie Ordex, Frankie Howerd O.B.E., Francis Alick "Frankie" Howerd OBE or Frankie Howard was a British actor, screenwriter and comedian.

His most important albums: (On A Columbia 7 Inch Release).

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Donald Pleasence

Donald Pleasence (October 5, 1919 Worksop-February 2, 1995 Saint Paul de Vence) also known as Donald Henry Pleasence, Donald Pleasance, Don Pleasence, Donald Henry Pleasence, OBE or Donald Plesance was a British actor, soldier and voice actor. He had five children, Angela Pleasence, Miranda Pleasence, Lucy Pleasance, Polly Jo Pleasence and Jean Pleasence.

Pleasence began his acting career on stage and later transitioned to film and television. He appeared in numerous films throughout his career, including "The Great Escape," "You Only Live Twice," "Escape from New York," and "Halloween," where he played the iconic character of Dr. Samuel Loomis. He was also known for his roles in horror films, such as "The House That Dripped Blood" and "Prince of Darkness."

Apart from acting, Pleasence served in the Royal Air Force during World War II and was a prisoner of war for a brief period. He was also a keen linguist and spoke several languages fluently. In addition to his acting career, Pleasence lent his voice to several animated projects, including the voice of the Narrator in "The Wind in the Willows."

Pleasence was recognized for his contributions to the entertainment industry with numerous awards, including an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Sitges Film Festival. He passed away in 1995 in Saint Paul de Vence, France, at the age of 75.

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Ronnie Barker

Ronnie Barker (September 25, 1929 Bedford-October 3, 2005 Adderbury) a.k.a. Ronald William George Barker, Jack Goetz, Gerald Wiley, Jonathan Cobbald, The Two Ronnies, Ronnie Barker O.B.E., David Huggett, Bob Ferris, Gerald Wilrey, Ronald William George "Ronnie" Barker, Ronald, Larry Keith, G. Wiley, Gerard Wiley or Barker, Ronnie was a British presenter, comedian, writer, actor, businessperson and screenwriter. His children are Charlotte Barker, Larry Barker and Adam Barker.

Barker began his career in entertainment as a stage actor before transitioning to television in the 1960s. He became well-known for his work on shows such as "The Frost Report," "Porridge," and "Open All Hours." He also co-starred with Ronnie Corbett in the long-running sketch show "The Two Ronnies."

In addition to his on-screen work, Barker was a talented comedy writer and often collaborated with fellow comedians, including David Jason and Graham Chapman. He was awarded an O.B.E in 1978 for his contributions to entertainment and was inducted into the BAFTA Fellowship in 2004.

Barker was married to Joy Tubb from 1957 until her death in 1992. He died in 2005 at the age of 76 from heart failure.

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Jimmy MacDonald

Jimmy MacDonald (May 19, 1906 Crewe-February 1, 1991 Glendale) a.k.a. John James MacDonald, John James "Jimmy" MacDonald, James Macdonald, Jimmy or Jimmy Macdonald was a British animator, voice actor, musician and actor.

He is best known for his work with the Walt Disney Company, where he provided the original voice of Mickey Mouse from 1946 to 1977. He also lent his voice to other Disney characters such as Goofy, Pluto, and Chip 'n Dale. MacDonald began his career with Disney as a sound effects editor, but was soon discovered by Walt Disney himself when he demonstrated his ability to mimic cartoon sounds and voices. In addition to his vocal talents, MacDonald was also an accomplished musician who played several instruments for many Disney productions. After retiring from Disney in 1977, he continued to work in the entertainment industry until his death in 1991. MacDonald's contributions to the world of animation and entertainment have left a lasting legacy that continues to inspire generations of fans and performers.

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Peter Ustinov

Peter Ustinov (April 16, 1921 Swiss Cottage-March 28, 2004 Genolier) also known as Peter Alexander Ustinov, Alexander von Ustinov, Peter Alexander Freiherr von Ustinov, Ustinov, Peter Alexander Baron von Ustinow, Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov, Sir Peter Ustinov or Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov, CBE was a British screenwriter, actor, author, comedian, opera director, theatre director, presenter, film director, film producer, journalist, voice actor, playwright, humorist, diplomat and educator. He had four children, Andrea Ustinov, Igor Ustinov, Pavla Ustinov and Tamara Ustinov.

His albums: Peter & The Wolf and Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus: Eine musikalische Erzählung von und mit Sir Peter Ustinov (Litauische Kammerphilharmonie feat. conductor: Karl Anton Rickenbacher).

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