Chinese movie actors deceased in Bronchopneumonia

Here are 1 famous actors from China died in Bronchopneumonia:

Edward Judd

Edward Judd (October 4, 1932 Shanghai-February 24, 2009 Mitcham, London) also known as Eddie was a Chinese actor and voice actor. He had one child, Deborah Judd.

Edward Judd was best known for his work on stage and screen in the United Kingdom, where he appeared in numerous films and television shows throughout his career. He started his acting career in the 1950s, and quickly gained popularity for his leading roles in films like "The Day the Earth Caught Fire", "First Men on the Moon", and "Island of Terror".

In addition to his work in film and television, Judd was a respected voice actor and narrator, lending his talents to a wide variety of projects including documentaries, commercials, and audiobooks. He also made several stage appearances in London's West End, including the productions of "The Sound of Music" and "Silver Lining".

Despite his successful acting career, Judd's personal life was marked by tragedy and hardship. He struggled with alcoholism and financial difficulties throughout his life, and was declared bankrupt in the 1990s. However, he remained a beloved figure in the entertainment industry and is remembered for his talent, charisma, and wit.

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