English movie stars died in 1993

Here are 9 famous actors from England died in 1993:

Bernard Bresslaw

Bernard Bresslaw (February 25, 1934 Stepney-June 11, 1993 Regent's Park) also known as Bernie was an English actor. He had three children, James Bresslaw, Mark Bresslaw and Jonathan Bresslaw.

Bresslaw was best known for his roles in the Carry On films. He appeared in fourteen of the films, playing a variety of characters ranging from warriors to doctors. Outside of his Carry On work, Bresslaw was also a trained Shakespearean actor and performed in productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company. He also had a successful career on stage and appeared in numerous West End productions. Bresslaw was known for his towering height, standing at 6 feet 7 inches tall. He passed away at the age of 59 due to a heart attack.

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Michael Bilton

Michael Bilton (December 14, 1919 Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire-November 5, 1993 Berkhamsted) was an English actor.

He was most notable for his roles on stage and television. Bilton began his acting career in the 1940s, performing in repertory theatre throughout England. He went on to appear in several West End productions in the 1950s and 1960s, including "The Hostage" and "Sleuth". Bilton also acted in numerous television shows, such as "The Avengers", "Z-Cars", and "Doctor Who". He also appeared in several films, including "The Dirty Dozen" and "A Bridge Too Far". In addition to his acting career, Bilton was also a respected drama teacher, teaching at several drama schools throughout England.

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Harold Innocent

Harold Innocent (April 18, 1933 Coventry-September 12, 1993 London) was an English actor.

Innocent started acting at the age of 20, after completing his national service in the Royal Air Force. He initially trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) but left to join the Prospect Theatre Company in 1959. He later appeared in a number of stage productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as various theatres in the West End.

In addition to his work on stage, Innocent had a successful career in film and television. He appeared in a number of British sitcoms, including Blackadder and Yes, Prime Minister, as well as films such as A Room with a View and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Innocent was also an accomplished voice actor, providing the voice for various characters in animated television shows and movies, including Robin Hood and Watership Down.

Sadly, Innocent died in 1993 from complications related to AIDS. His final film appearance was in the 1993 movie The Remains of the Day.

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Victor Maddern

Victor Maddern (March 16, 1928 Seven Kings-June 22, 1993 London Borough of Hackney) also known as Victor Jack Maddern was an English actor and businessperson.

Maddern began his acting career in the late 1940s, making his film debut in the 1949 movie "Boys in Brown". Over the course of his career, he appeared in over 100 films and television shows, including "The Great Escape", "A Shot in the Dark", and "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang". As a businessperson, Maddern was the founder of a successful security firm called Initial Security, which he ran alongside his acting career. He was known for his distinctive looks and gravelly voice, which made him a popular choice for portraying tough, no-nonsense characters. Maddern passed away in 1993 at the age of 65, leaving behind a lasting legacy in British film and television.

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Cliff Twemlow

Cliff Twemlow (October 14, 1937 Hulme-May 9, 1993 Manchester) was an English actor.

Besides acting, Twemlow was also a writer and film director. He started his career in entertainment as a stuntman and appeared in numerous films and television shows, including the James Bond film "Live and Let Die" and the TV series "Doctor Who". Twemlow is best known for his roles in low-budget British exploitation films of the 1970s and 1980s, such as "Nasty Habits" and "Screamtime". As a writer and director, he wrote and directed several films, including "Nasty Habits", "Screamtime", and "Streetkill". Despite his success in the film industry, Twemlow struggled with financial difficulties and died of a heart attack at the age of 55.

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John Bindon

John Bindon (October 4, 1943 Fulham-October 10, 1993 Chelsea) a.k.a. Biffo, John Dennis Arthur "Biffo" Bindon, John Dennis Arthur Bindon, John Binden, The Guv'nor or Big John was an English actor and bodyguard.

He was known for his connections to the London underworld and was rumored to have been involved in various criminal activities throughout his life. Bindon started his career as a bodyguard and appeared in several films including "Performance" (1970), "Get Carter" (1971) and "The Who's Quadrophenia" (1979). He gained further notoriety when he became romantically involved with Princess Margaret's lady-in-waiting, Lady Antonia Fraser. Bindon passed away at the age of 50 from AIDS-related complications.

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Patrick Holt

Patrick Holt (January 31, 1912 Cheltenham-October 12, 1993 London) also known as Patrick G. Parsons, Patrick Parsons, Pat Holt or Pat Parsons was an English actor.

He began his acting career in the mid-1930s and appeared in over 70 films and numerous TV shows throughout his career. Holt was most well-known for his roles in British B-movies and Hammer Horror films, including "The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1959) and "The Abominable Snowman" (1957). He also appeared in several war films, such as "Desert Rats" (1953) and "The Guns of Navarone" (1961). In addition to acting, Holt was a skilled horseman and owned a stable of racehorses. He retired from acting in the mid-1970s and spent his final years in London.

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Eric Berry

Eric Berry (January 9, 1913 London-September 2, 1993 Laguna Beach) was an English actor.

He was born Eric Berry-Smith and began his acting career on the London stage in the 1930s before moving to Hollywood in the 1940s. Berry appeared in over 70 films and television shows, including "The Caine Mutiny," "The Big Combo," and "Rawhide." He is perhaps best known for his role as the villainous Dr. Zito in the cult classic horror film "The Abominable Dr. Phibes" alongside Vincent Price. Berry was also a founding member of the prestigious Actors Studio in New York City and had a successful career as a stage actor, often working with the renowned director Elia Kazan.

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Stuart Latham

Stuart Latham (July 11, 1912 Kingston upon Thames-August 31, 1993 London) otherwise known as Harry Stuart Latham was an English television producer, television director and actor.

Latham was best known for his work on the British TV series, "The Avengers," where he served as the series producer and directed several episodes. He began his career as an actor, appearing in a number of films and TV shows in the 1940s and 50s. However, he quickly transitioned to producing and directing, where he found much success. In addition to "The Avengers," Latham worked on a number of other popular TV shows, including "Gideon's Way," "The Champions," and "Department S." He was also an accomplished stage director, working on productions in both London and New York. Latham was known for his meticulous attention to detail and his ability to create visually stunning television shows. He was greatly respected in the industry and his work continues to be admired and studied today.

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