Here are 3 famous actors from England died at 47:
Stephen Finlay (November 30, 1956 Bolton-February 14, 2004) was an English actor, writer, artist, playwright and visual artist.
He was best known for his work in stage productions, including his role as Angus in the original London production of the musical "Brigadoon" in 1986. Finlay also wrote and co-wrote several plays, including "The Snow Queen" and "The Wild Man of the Woods". As a visual artist, he worked in a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, and collage. In addition to his artistic pursuits, Finlay was also involved in humanitarian work and was a strong advocate for HIV/AIDS awareness and education. He passed away in 2004 due to complications from the disease.
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Ted Lune (August 1, 1920 Bolton-January 7, 1968 Selsey) also known as Harold Garnett was an English actor. His children are Lynne Lune and Anne Lune.
Throughout his career, Ted Lune appeared in a number of popular British films, including "The Guinea Pig" (1948), "The Blue Lamp" (1950), and "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" (1953). Lune also made numerous appearances on television programs such as "The Adventures of Robin Hood" and "The Saint". Though he was primarily known for his performances in dramas and thrillers, Lune was a talented comedic actor as well. In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Lune was also a skilled amateur pilot and had a great love for flying. Lune tragically died in a plane crash off the coast of Selsey in 1968.
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James Bate (April 10, 1945 Tyne and Wear-April 18, 1992 Fulham) also known as Anthony Bate was an English actor.
He was born in Tyne and Wear, England on April 10, 1945. Bate first started his acting career in theatre, he performed in many productions at the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. After building up a strong reputation as a theatre actor, he moved on to television and film. He had many notable roles in TV dramas such as "The Onedin Line", "Middlemarch", and "Poldark". In addition to his TV work, Bate also had roles in films including "A Bridge Too Far" and "The French Lieutenant's Woman". He received critical acclaim for his performances in these productions. Bate died on April 18, 1992, in Fulham, London, from cancer.
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