English movie stars died at 28

Here are 2 famous actors from England died at 28:

William Mountfort

William Mountfort (April 5, 1664-December 10, 1692) was an English actor.

He died caused by murder.

Mountfort was born in Salisbury, England and began acting on stage at a young age. He became a prominent actor in the Restoration era, performing in several notable productions including The Rehearsal, The Country Wife, and The Rover. He was also known for his skill in playing female roles, a common practice in the male-dominated theater of the time.

In addition to his acting career, Mountfort was known for his scandalous personal life. He was involved in several love affairs and was reportedly married twice, though both marriages were short-lived.

Tragically, Mountfort's life was cut short in 1692 when he was murdered by fellow actor and rival, Captain Richard Hill. The motive for the murder is unclear, but it is believed to have been related to an ongoing dispute over a woman. Hill was tried and convicted for the crime and was subsequently executed. Mountfort's death sent shockwaves through the theatrical community and his legacy lives on as a talented and beloved performer of the era.

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Michael Sundin

Michael Sundin (March 1, 1961 Gateshead-July 23, 1989 Newcastle upon Tyne) was an English presenter, actor and dancer.

He died as a result of hiv/aids.

He began his career as a dancer and appeared in music videos for popular artists such as Duran Duran, Madonna and Elton John. Sundin even had a small role in the film "Absolute Beginners" (1986) and was a presenter on the children's television show "Get Fresh." Sundin's death at the age of 28 was a stark reminder of the devastating impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 1980s and 1990s. In his memory, the Michael Sundin Foundation was established to provide support to those with HIV/AIDS and to raise awareness of the disease.

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