Canadian actors who deceased in 1997

Here are 2 famous actors from Canada died in 1997:

David Toguri

David Toguri (October 25, 1933 Vancouver-November 15, 1997 Toronto) was a Canadian actor, theatre director and choreographer.

He began his performing career as a child actor and later transitioned into directing and choreography, working on numerous productions for theatre, television, and film. Toguri was particularly well-known for his work in Canadian theatre, where he directed and choreographed productions for companies such as the National Arts Centre and the Canadian Opera Company. He also worked extensively in television, directing episodes for popular shows such as The Beachcombers and Check It Out!. Toguri was awarded the Order of Canada in 1994 for his contributions to the Canadian performing arts industry.

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Hughie Green

Hughie Green (February 2, 1920 Marylebone-May 3, 1997 London) also known as Hughes Green, Hugh Green or Hugh Hughes Green was a Canadian presenter, actor, game show host, pilot officer, pilot and film producer. He had four children, Paula Yates, Christopher Green, Linda Green and Barry Green.

Green started his career as a pilot officer and served in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II. After the war, he went on to work as an actor in theatre and television before transitioning into television presenting and hosting game shows. One of his most popular shows, "Double Your Money," aired in the UK from 1955 to 1968.

Aside from his TV career, Green also produced films and even had a brief stint as a pop singer, releasing a single in 1962 called "A Whole Lotta Woman." However, he is most remembered for his work in television and is considered an influential figure in British game show history.

Green was married four times and had multiple children, including Paula Yates who went on to become a well-known TV presenter and journalist. He passed away in 1997 at the age of 77.

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