English actors who died due to HIV/AIDS

Here are 4 famous actors from England died in HIV/AIDS:

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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Michael Sundin

Michael Sundin (March 1, 1961 Gateshead-July 23, 1989 Newcastle upon Tyne) was an English presenter, actor and dancer.

He is best known for his role as one of the original presenters of the British children's television series "Blue Peter". Sundin joined the show in 1985 and quickly became a fan-favorite for his energetic and charismatic presenting style. In addition to his work on "Blue Peter", he also appeared in several films and television shows as an actor, and was a talented dancer who toured with numerous dance companies. Sadly, Sundin's life was cut short when he passed away at the young age of 28 due to a heart condition. Despite his short-lived career, he remains a beloved figure in British entertainment history.

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Geoffrey Burridge

Geoffrey Burridge (December 4, 1948 London-September 30, 1987 London) was an English actor.

He was best known for his work in the theatre, having appeared in a number of successful plays in London's West End. Burridge's notable stage performances include his portrayal of Alan Strang in Peter Shaffer's play Equus, which earned him critical acclaim and a nomination for the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor. He was also part of the Royal Shakespeare Company and appeared in productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Tempest. Aside from his stage work, Burridge also appeared in several films and television shows, including Doctor Who and Juliet Bravo. Despite his success, Burridge struggled with alcohol and drug addiction, which ultimately contributed to his untimely death at the age of 38.

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Gary Bond

Gary Bond (February 7, 1940 Liss-October 12, 1995 Ealing) also known as Gary James Bond was an English actor and singer.

He was best known for his roles in films like "Zulu" (1964) and "To Sir, with Love" (1967). Bond started his career at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art but dropped out to take up acting roles in television shows and stage productions. He made his film debut in 1962 with the film "The L-Shaped Room." His performance in "Zulu" established him as a promising actor and led to several other film offers. Apart from acting, Bond was also a skilled singer and recorded several albums, including the soundtrack album for "To Sir, with Love." Bond struggled with alcoholism throughout his career and died at the age of 55 due to complications from cirrhosis of the liver.

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