English movie stars died in 1992

Here are 8 famous actors from England died in 1992:

Frankie Howerd

Frankie Howerd (March 6, 1917 York-April 19, 1992 Fulham) a.k.a. Francis Alick Howard, Ronnie Ordex, Frankie Howerd O.B.E., Francis Alick "Frankie" Howerd OBE or Frankie Howard was an English actor, screenwriter and comedian.

He rose to fame in the 1950s and 1960s for his comedic roles in radio, television and film. He was known for his unique style of delivery, which included exaggerated gestures, stammers, and double entendres. Howerd's most popular shows include "Up Pompeii!," "The Frankie Howerd Show," and "Frankie Howerd: Rather You Than Me." He was awarded an OBE (Order of the British Empire) in 1977 for his services to entertainment. Howerd continued to perform until his death in 1992 from heart failure. He was known and loved for his contributions to British comedy and remains a highly regarded figure in the entertainment industry.

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Brian Oulton

Brian Oulton (February 11, 1908 Liverpool-April 13, 1992 London) was an English actor.

He began his acting career in the 1930s and became a familiar face on both stage and screen. Oulton appeared in many British films and television shows, including "The Avengers" and "Doctor Who". However, he is perhaps best known for his recurring role as the canny butler Hudson in the popular 1980s television series "Upstairs, Downstairs". Oulton was admired for his versatility as an actor and for his sharp comic timing. Despite his success, he remained humble and dedicated to his craft throughout his long and distinguished career.

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André Maranne

André Maranne (November 27, 2014 Toulouse-November 27, 1992) otherwise known as Andre Maranne or André Gaston Maillol was an English actor.

He was born to a French father and an English mother and grew up in England. Maranne started his career in the entertainment industry in the 1950s as a stage actor, before moving on to films and television. He was best known for his supporting roles in the Pink Panther film series, where he played the character of François, Inspector Clouseau's loyal assistant.

Maranne also appeared in several other popular films such as The Longest Day and A Shot in the Dark. He was also a regular cast member of the television series The Benny Hill Show from 1967 to 1986.

Aside from his acting career, Maranne was also a writer and translator. He wrote several books including a memoir titled The Fool on the Hill, and translated French books to English. Maranne passed away on November 27, 1992, in Cannes, France, at the age of 78.

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Teddy Turner

Teddy Turner (June 13, 1917 Yorkshire-August 29, 1992 Horsforth) was an English actor and comedian.

Born Robert Edward Turner, he began his career as a radio announcer before transitioning to acting in the 1940s. He appeared in several well-known British films, including "The Lavender Hill Mob" and "The Ladykillers", and also starred in his own television show, "The Benny Hill Show". He was known for his comedic timing and ability to perform physical comedy. Turner continued acting throughout his career, receiving critical acclaim for his roles in theatrical productions such as "The Importance of Being Earnest" and "The Mousetrap". He passed away in 1992 at the age of 75.

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Benny Hill

Benny Hill (January 21, 1924 Southampton-April 20, 1992 Teddington) also known as Alfred Hawthorn Hill or King Leer was an English comedian, actor and screenwriter.

He gained popularity in the 1950s and 60s for his comedy sketches, which often featured slapstick humor, parody, and satire. Over the course of his career, he made several successful television programs, including "The Benny Hill Show," which aired for over 20 years. In addition to his work in comedy, he also appeared in several films, including "Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines" and "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang." Despite his success, Hill was often the subject of controversy due to the sexual content of his humor, particularly in later years. He passed away in 1992 after suffering a heart attack.

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Percy Herbert

Percy Herbert (July 31, 1920 London-December 6, 1992 Kent) was an English actor and soldier.

He served in the British Army during World War II before turning to acting in the 1950s. Herbert appeared in over 70 films and television shows throughout his career, including roles in blockbuster films such as Bridge on the River Kwai, The Guns of Navarone, and Superman. Herbert was a well-respected character actor because of his ability to portray a wide range of roles, from gritty soldiers to comedic characters. He was particularly known for his commanding presence on screen, which made him a popular choice for military roles. Despite his successful acting career, Herbert never forgot his military roots and often used his platform to raise awareness about veteran issues.

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Milo Sperber

Milo Sperber (March 20, 1911 Poland-December 22, 1992 London Borough of Camden) was an English actor and lawyer.

Sperber was born in Poland and his family immigrated to England when he was a child. He studied law at the University of London and became a barrister before turning to acting. Sperber appeared in numerous film and television roles throughout his career, including the films "The Lavender Hill Mob" and "The Spy Who Came in from the Cold". He also appeared on stage in productions of Shakespearean plays and other classic dramas. In addition to his acting career, Sperber wrote several radio plays and was a member of the Writers' Guild of Great Britain. He passed away in the London Borough of Camden in 1992 at the age of 81.

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James Bate

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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