Here are 2 famous actors from England died in Nephropathy:
Michael Hordern (October 3, 1911 Berkhamsted-May 2, 1995 Oxford) also known as Michael Murray Hordern, Sir Michael Hordern, Sir Michael Murray Hordern, Hordern or Sir Michael Murray Hordern, CBE was an English actor, voice actor, teacher, salesman and soldier. He had one child, Joanna Hordern.
Hordern was born in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England, and studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He made his stage debut in 1937 and quickly established himself as a leading actor of his generation, appearing in many London productions throughout the 1940s and 1950s. He was particularly renowned for his performances in Shakespearean plays, and was awarded a CBE in 1972 for services to drama.
Hordern also had a successful career in film and television, appearing in numerous productions including "Lawrence of Arabia", "Gandhi", "Watership Down", and "The NeverEnding Story". He was also a prolific voice actor, providing the voice of the adult Winnie-the-Pooh in the classic Disney films.
Aside from his acting career, Hordern was an accomplished teacher and salesman, and served in the British Army during World War II. He passed away in 1995 in Oxford, England, leaving behind a lasting legacy as one of Britain's greatest actors.
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Paul Atkinson (March 19, 1946 Cuffley-April 1, 2004 Santa Monica) also known as Atkinson, Paul, The Zombies or Paul Ashley Warren Atkinson was an English guitarist and actor.
Atkinson is best known as a founding member and the guitarist of the successful rock band The Zombies, which was formed in 1961. He played on all of the band's albums and contributed to many of their hit singles, such as "She's Not There" and "Time of the Season". Atkinson also wrote or co-wrote a number of songs for the band.
In addition to his music career, Atkinson had a successful acting career both on stage and screen. He appeared in various productions of the Rock 'n' Roll musical "Buddy" which celebrated the music of Buddy Holly. He also appeared in films such as "Blow-Up" and "The Sandwich Man", as well as TV shows including "The Persuaders!" and "Doctor on the Go".
Atkinson continued to perform with The Zombies throughout the years, even after the band's breakup in the late 1960s. He also worked as a record producer and manager for various artists. Atkinson passed away in 2004 due to liver and kidney disease.
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