Here are 2 famous actors from England died at 36:
Charles Holland (March 12, 1733 Chiswick-April 5, 1769) was an English actor.
He died in smallpox.
Charles Holland was born into a family of actors and started his acting career in London in 1753. He gained popularity for his comedic roles and was a frequent performer at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Holland also performed in several Shakespearean plays, including "Hamlet" and "Richard III". In addition to his acting career, Holland was known for his charitable work, particularly for his support of the Magdalen Hospital, which provided care for women and children affected by prostitution. Unfortunately, Holland's promising career was cut short when he succumbed to smallpox at the young age of 36.
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Dennis Neilson-Terry (October 21, 1895 London-July 14, 1932 Bulawayo) was an English actor. His child is Hazel Terry.
He died as a result of pneumonia.
Dennis Neilson-Terry was born into a family renowned for their theatrical heritage - his father, Fred Terry, was a popular actor in his own right. Following in his father's footsteps, Neilson-Terry began acting at a young age, making his stage debut in 1912. He quickly gained fame for his leading man looks and exceptional acting talent, becoming a leading matinee idol of his day.
During World War I, Neilson-Terry served in the Royal Flying Corps, but his passion for acting remained undimmed. He continued to act throughout the 1920s, both on stage and in films, and was regarded as one of the greatest actors of his generation. Among his notable stage roles were the title character in "Hamlet," and Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet."
However, his life was cut tragically short when he contracted pneumonia during a tour of South Africa. Despite the best efforts of doctors, Neilson-Terry died on July 14, 1932, at the age of just 36. He was mourned by legions of fans and his fellow actors alike, who remembered him as a gifted performer and a great friend.
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