English actors who died due to Cirrhosis

Here are 2 famous actors from England died in Cirrhosis:

Skelton Knaggs

Skelton Knaggs (June 27, 1911 Hillsborough, Sheffield-April 30, 1955 Los Angeles) also known as Skelton Barnaby Knaggs was an English actor.

Knaggs began his acting career on stage, performing in a variety of productions in England before moving to Hollywood in the early 1940s. He quickly gained recognition for his unique look and talent as a character actor, often playing roles that were dark and eccentric. Some of his most notable film appearances include "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" (1947), "The Postman Always Rings Twice" (1946), and "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" (1947). Knaggs also had roles in several horror films, including "Dead of Night" (1945) and "The Mummy's Curse" (1944). Despite his success, Knaggs struggled with alcoholism and died at the young age of 43 from a heart attack.

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Tom Conway

Tom Conway (September 15, 1904 Saint Petersburg-April 22, 1967 Culver City) otherwise known as Thomas Sanders or Thomas Charles Sanders was an English actor and voice actor.

Born into a family of actors, Tom Conway began his career in British theater and made his film debut in 1932. He quickly became known for his deep, distinctive voice and had a successful career as a voice actor, lending his voice to numerous animated and live-action films throughout the 1940s and 1950s.

Conway is perhaps best known for his role as The Falcon in a series of crime thrillers throughout the 1940s, taking over the role from his brother, George Sanders. He also appeared in several horror films, including "Cat People" and its sequel, "Curse of the Cat People."

Despite his success, Conway remained a relatively private person and was known for avoiding the Hollywood social scene. He passed away in 1967 at the age of 62 due to cirrhosis of the liver.

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