British music stars deceased in HIV/AIDS

Here are 5 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in HIV/AIDS:

Derek Jarman

Derek Jarman (January 31, 1942 Northwood, London-February 19, 1994 London) also known as Michael Derek Elworthy Jarman or Jarman, Derek was a British writer, artist, film director, gardener, author, cinematographer, actor, screenwriter, visual artist, musician, set designer, production designer and film editor.

His discography includes: Blue and Blue.

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Kenny Everett

Kenny Everett (December 25, 1944 Seaforth-April 4, 1995 London) also known as Maurice James Christopher Cole was a British presenter, actor and screenwriter.

He was best known for his radio show, The Kenny Everett Show, which was broadcasted on BBC Radio 1 and Capital Radio from 1967 to 1988. Everett was known for his zany and irreverent humor, and his catchphrase "It's all done in the best possible taste" became famous.

In addition to his successful radio broadcasts, Everett was also a successful television presenter and starred in several sketch comedy shows, including The Kenny Everett Video Show and The Kenny Everett Television Show. He also had a successful music career and released numerous hit singles, including "Snot Rap" and "Captain Kremmen."

Throughout his career, Everett was known for pushing boundaries and challenging conventional norms. He was an advocate for LGBT rights and was openly gay at a time when being so was considered taboo. Despite this, he remained a popular and beloved figure in British entertainment until his untimely death from complications related to AIDS in 1995.

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Michael Staniforth

Michael Staniforth (December 15, 1942 Birmingham-July 31, 1987) was a British actor.

He began his acting career in the 1960s and appeared in various stage productions before transitioning to television and film. One of his most notable roles came in the British television series "Grange Hill" where he played the character "Mr. Bronson" for seven seasons. He also appeared in films such as "Jabberwocky" and "The Plague Dogs". Staniforth was known for his distinctive look, often sporting a bald head and bushy mustache. He passed away in 1987 at the age of 44.

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Stephen Oliver

Stephen Oliver (March 10, 1950 Chester-April 29, 1992 London) also known as Stephen Michael Harding Oliver was a British opera composer and film score composer.

Genres he performed: Opera and 20th-century classical music.

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Tony De Vit

Tony De Vit (September 12, 1957 Kidderminster-July 2, 1998 Birmingham) also known as Tont De Vit, De Vit, Tony or TDV was a British disc jockey.

His albums: Global Underground 001: Tony de Vit in Tel Aviv, Global Underground 005: Tony de Vit in Tokyo, Are You All Ready?, Do What You Do (feat. Petronella), The Dawn, I Don't Care / Resistance Is Futile, Hooked, An Introspective of House: 3rd Dimension, A Retrospective of House 91'-95', Volume Two and The Remixers. Genres he performed include Dance music, Hi-NRG, Hard NRG, UK hard house, House music and Techno.

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